September 9 – Cupertino-based tech giant Apple is all set. The company plans to launch its next-generation series of smartphones, the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus.
Rumors about the camera of the upcoming smartphones have been surfacing couple of days before the official event. Apple knows that smartphones are mostly used to take pictures, so it equipped the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus with panorama mode. The 12MP rear-camera camera will also be capable of shooting videos in slow motion.
All smartphone manufacturers have been focusing on improving the camera capabilities of their devices lately, and Apple does not want to lag behind.
In spite of the company’s awareness that the number of customers who take selfies with the smartphone’s front camera is on the rise, Apple has not changed the 1.2MP front-facing camera sensors since 2012. That changes now, since the company will upgrade the sensors with a 5MP selfie camera.
The front-facing camera of the new iPhone 6s is rumored to be capable of taking selfie panorama shots. The camera may include a software-controlled flash, which will light up the photos in low-light conditions.
Rather evidently, the iPhone 6s and iPhones Plus are expected to get more features than just a new camera update. As usually, the company has improved the specs significantly. The new Apple smartphones will include a much faster A9 chip and 2GB of RAM.
One of the most anticipated features is the Force Touch, which is the technology that might change the iPhone experience forever. The Free Touch technology will combine a pressure-sensitive display with a haptic feedback control underneath, similar to the technology used in Xbox One game controllers. No other touch screen currently available is pressure sensitive.
The rumors say that the new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will come in the usual silver, gray, gold colors, but also in a brand new rose-gold color.
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