The iPhone 6s Will Capture Sharper Images As Camera Details Leak Today
Apple's upcoming iPhone 6s duo is expected to feature several upgrades from the current iPhone 6 lineup. Apple's event for its latest smartphone upgrades is expected to be held this September, with the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus to see processor, camera and display upgrades according to the rumor mill so far. Well, some more details have surfaced related to the upcoming devices' camera today and you can take a look at them below.
Apple iPhone 6s To Feature Several Upgrades This Time Around
We've been hearing quite a lot about the iPhone 6s duo over the past couple of weeks, and quite a few of it relates to the camera on Apple's upcoming flagship upgrades. According to information so far, the iPhone 6s duo will be coming with a camera resolution increase this year, which would be a nice change for a flagship that hasn't seen much resolution upgrades over the past. The iPhone 6s duo will see rear cameras with 12 MP and today, another report claims to provide further insight into the iPhone's camera sensors.
According to Business Insider, the iPhone 6s duo will be featuring a five element camera lens, which should further help improving sharpness and light sensitivity on the upcoming devices. Not only is Apple ordering 12 MP camera sensors for the iPhone 6s, but the company has also placed orders for five element lenses to accompany that sensor as well.
An element can be categorized as a mini lens that helps your camera's sensor capture more light and detail from its surroundings. So essentially, the more elements that your device's sensor has, the better its camera should perform. In addition to the iPhone 6s, Apple's also allegedly placed orders for a six element sensor for the iPhone 6s' successor the source reports.
The iPhone 6s duo is lining up to be quite a nice upgrade from Apple this year, with other specifications for the devices rumored to be an upgraded, high performing Apple A9, haptic feedback via Force Touch and several internal upgrades. We'll keep you updated when the devices are finally revealed and on anything that surfaces in the meantime. Stay tuned and let us know what you think in the comments section below.