With the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus being readily offered for eight months, it’s time to move onto the next-generation iPhone and discuss what we could really see when Apple eventually raises the covers off the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. It has currently been recommended that neither device will deliver with the cutting-edge dual lens electronic camera innovation that had actually previously been hypothesized, but a new document that has actually been leaked online recommends that the next-generation iPhone double act will certainly deliver with substantially improved video camera abilities.

According to the previously mentioned leaked file, which has considering that been gotten rid of from its original location, estimates an alleged Foxconn employee and suggests that Apple’s next-generation iPhone duo will come geared up with a 12-megapixel cam capable of tape-recording video in 4K.


In addition to dishing out incredible 4K video recording, it’s likewise being suggested through the very same get that the device(s) will have the very same iPhone 6-esque 240 frames-per-second slo-mo capabilities to compliment the experience currently provided to those who like capturing stills and videos directly on the iPhone, but we truly want Apple takes that number approximately 480fps for slo-mo recording.

Along with the camera improvements, the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus are also set to receive a much needed boost in RAM, jumping up to 2GB. The document notes the internal model variety of the iPhone 6s as N66 and the 6s Plus as N71, and recommends that both will certainly ship with front-facing 5-megapixel electronic cameras for those super impressive selfies. It was previously found inside code of iOS 9 that the next Apple smartphone might even have a front-facing flash.

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If you include this brand-new speculation together with the existing guesswork that both devices will certainly ship with Force Touch and make use of Classification 6 4G LTE modems capable of theoretical speeds of as much as 300Mbps, you begin to get the impression of a much better device under the hood that continues the design trend that was introduced with the current-generation designs.

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