The iPhone 6 and the 6 Plus boast of superior image and video quality. But a leak indicates that Apple might be looking to push the envelope with the upcoming iPhone 6s model by providing support for 4K video recording by default. It is said that the sensor size would also be increased to 12-megapixels to boost camera performance. Apple heavily endorses the camera quality of the iPhones and it’s good to hear that things could get even better with the upcoming models.
There was talk of the new iPhones packing a dual lens setup like we’ve seen on some Android smartphones, but more recent leaks have denied this, well at least for the iPhone 6s. However, it seems likely that Apple would reserve the superior imaging sensor for the 6s Plus model, much like it did with the iPhone 6 Plus last year. There’s still a lot that we don’t know about this leak and we probably won’t anytime soon as the launch of the iPhone 6s is still a few months away.
Do you think adding 4K video support will make the iPhone 6s more attractive to the average user?
Source: Sogi – Translated