The #Apple #iPhone6s is making quite a lot of buzz in the rumor mill, which is expected this time of the year. A new rumor now tells us that Apple might be using a bigger and improved camera sensor that can allow more light through and in turn take better images. Not that the existing sensor was bad to begin with, but it’s good to know that we’ll see an even better camera with the future iPhones.
The rumor suggests that Apple will use a 12-megapixel camera on board the iPhone 6s and the 6s Plus. The sensor will supposedly pack a new lens to accommodate for the increase in the pixel count of the camera. It is further said that Apple will still use a five-element lens that’s currently running on the iPhone 6 and the 6 Plus, but with improved clarity.
Apple might be gearing up to use a seven-element lens in time for the iPhone 7 launch next year, the report hinted. In addition to packing better cameras, the new iPhones are also supposedly packing a sturdy 7000 Series aluminum which should put a rest to worries of the infamous Bendgate episode. We’re also expecting upgrades in the display technology used, processor etc.
Source: Business Insider
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