Purported iPhone 6s Parts Show Improved Front-Facing FaceTime Camera, Force Touch Display

Purported iPhone 6s Parts Show Improved Front-Facing FaceTime Camera, Force Touch Display

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New photos obtained today by 9to5mac reveal some upcoming features that the next-generation iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will support.

As previously rumored, the new photos indicate the front-facing FaceTime camera will receive a substantial upgrade with larger, improved sensors. The larger sensors likely indicate a higher pixel count, which currently sits at 1.2 megapixels on the iPhone 6. An improved front-facing camera, along with a software-based flash, will bring a much welcomed enhancement to selfies.

Unfortunately, the photos did not show the rear camera's sensor, but sources say the iPhone 6s will sport a 12 megapixel camera with 4k video-recording support. Currently the iPhone can only record 1080p video and has an 8 megapixel camera.

As early rumors suggested, the iPhone 6s will likely feature a Force Touch display with haptic feedback. The photos that surfaced today give an up-close look at what appears to be the new display and taptic engine.

Along with camera upgrades and Force Touch, the iPhone 6s is rumored to feature a faster processer, a new Rose Gold color, a new NFC chip, a faster LTE chip, and more. Apple will announce the iPhone 6s at its September 9 event, where it will also likely reveal a revamped Apple TV.


Purported iPhone 6s Parts Show Improved Front-Facing FaceTime Camera, Force Touch Display

Purported iPhone 6s Parts Show Improved Front-Facing FaceTime Camera, Force Touch Display

Purported iPhone 6s Parts Show Improved Front-Facing FaceTime Camera, Force Touch Display
Bigjiba - August 30, 2015 at 6:50am
Haptic feedback and a smaller battery could possible mean less battery life. Funny as people Complain that battery was still a problem. I think apple needs to copy Samsung quick charge technology.
Great - August 30, 2015 at 8:57am
That's why Samsung phones with Quick Charge battery lifespan is poor. Quick charging kills your battery faster.
Muk - August 30, 2015 at 9:28am
Here's an idea, put your phone on airplane mode and use iPad charger. Phone takes less than 30 minutes to get to 100%. Done.
Idiotrus! - August 30, 2015 at 3:16pm
Great- That is the most stupiest thing I ever heard in my life, I have all devices from apples to samsungs, non of which destroys your battery. Like I said Apple users are morons which they know nothing about phones. Etheir way apples iphone doest even make it to 2-3 hours. Here is the ultimate test for you, leave your LTE on all the time and use it all the time, and tell me if you even get close to 3 hours. You wont, dont cheat and put on wifi when your at home, the ultimate battery test is that leave LTE running all the time day and night and use it like you would , open apps, play games, then come back here and talk about how beautiful the iphone battery is. Everyone knows the iPhone battery is crap. The only reason why they last long is because of two main reasons, 1) the screen is LCD and old techology which doesnt take too much power to operate 2) the pixels do NOT have more than 326 - 400 ppi, which means the res is not more than full hd, therefore, it doesnt finish faster on the iphone 6 plus because of this bigger battery. I have all the models my friend, from 6 plus, to 6, to note 5, to s6 plus, I got them all! So when it comes to battery Samsung is the best when comparing those company together, there are other companies out there that last longer. Everyone that uses iphones I see them with their charger in their pocket pluggin it at the food court, and or using the morphie juice pack.. Everyone knows apples battery is sh!t
Nat - August 30, 2015 at 8:13pm
I'm an apple fan and I don't say ridiculous shit like that, but from what I use nowadays, my iPhone battery isn't crap or even close. It lasts up to 2 days in a single charge. (I know you were arguing against great, but) there exists technology now to where you can change devices without wall outlets. I own an AMPY and it's the most portable charger that uses movement to charge my own. Since then, I haven't used a wall outlet in months. The AMPY is also wearable. I exercise to get the most out of infinite battery charge. Think about it, it's like my iPhone battery became infinity. You have a point don't get me wrong, but surely you'll understand what I mean.
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