One of the strangest rumors and less plausible with respect to the specs of the iPhone 6s is the front camera ensures that the next-gen Apple smartphone flash will improve selfies, but later the rumor has changed to ensure that the flash will be based on the software rather than in hardware. Today it has appeared a video of EveryThingApplesPro not confirmed, but it shows that the FaceTime camera the next iPhone will be slightly larger than the iPhone 6. That means you have larger sensors and raise the number of megapixels, which are currently 1.2.
In addition to checking the size of the front camera will be greater in the next iPhone model, also images from 9to5Mac where we see the most likely chip that will manage the recognition system pressure is now known there as Force Touch, but from next September 9 could change their name to something more commercial hook. The Force Touch may also have a táptico system, which means we could feel “touch” when interacting with the iPhone. This is very useful in the Apple Watch, and you can feel like we touch the wrist without any sound you hear, but not see important on an iPhone, unless you convince me otherwise.
We have seen repeatedly the previous image sensor. In fact, with the image of today confirming that there will be an improvement in FaceTime camera, it seems that there is little left out. 7000 series aluminum, 12-megapixel camera confirmed 99%. Force Touch, 99.9% confirmed. A9, confirmed. It remains only to confirm that the battery will be 5% lower than the previous models and RAM, it appears that it will be 2GB.
EverythingApplesPro cput together hands-on video showing the new iPhone 6S parts: