Tuesday, September 1, 2015

iPhone 6s Will Feature Improved Camera Specs


According to recent rumors iPhone 6s camera specs brings a bigger sensor that can take in much more light. Due to unnamed source which is involved with the developing of the next iPhone’s camera design Apple company has designed an enhanced lens to work with improved sensor, which is also said to capture more detail by increasing pixel count to 12-megapixel camera. These are great news as it would also mean significantly improved image quality in low-light.


Most of the talk about the iPhone 6s camera has focused on a higher-resolution Sony-made iSight camera sensor on the back at either 12 megapixels.

The rumor claims that the lens for the iPhone 6S will be made of five elements just like the one that iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were equipped. The other interesting fact is that Apple is considering a six-element lens for the iPhone 7, which will be released next year.


Another rumor has pointed to better low-light photography with the iPhone 6s rocking RGBW subpixel technology that makes use of an extra white pixel together with the conventional RGB ones to capture more light. It is also said that the front-facing shooter will be of a five-megapixel variety.

In addition to better the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus iPhone 6s camera sensor already identified in web logs as ‘iPhone 8,1’ and ‘iPhone 8,2,’ are said to include a Bendgate-proof aluminum body, a faster A9 processor with 2GB of RAM, support for the faster 300Mbps LTE networking, force-sensing screen, upgraded NFC hardware, a faster Touch ID and a new rose gold color option.


The new iPhone 6s with redesigned camera specs, iPads as well as a next-generation Apple TV are expected to be unveiled at Apple media event which is scheduled for Wednesday, September 9, with European famous wireless carriers apparently expecting to kick off sales of the brand new devices on Friday, September 18.

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