The image quality of photos taken with a smartphone camera flash have always been a topic of debate. Some mock the color reproduction, while others just want to see their face on the night shot, and could care less about quality. As such, both Apple and HTC have added True Tone Flash technology to their latest flagships in order to boost this quality, but given the recent iPhone 6 leaks, it was hard to predict if the technology was good enough to make it to another round.
Today we find some leaked photos of the all the internals that will power the flash on the iPhone 6, and if you look closely at the LED, you’ll notice that there are two colors being used. It seems that Apple has figured out a way to reduce the size of the flash and still guarantee the same results that we’ve seen in the iPhone 5s, which could be considered better than the results that we see with regular LEDs. Obviously this will never come close to the Xenon flash that we find on some Nokia Lumia devices, but in the search for thin and light, certain compromises do happen.
The iPhone 6 is set to be announced on September 9. We’ll keep you posted as more details emerge. The source also has photos of the rest of the iPhone 6 parts, though we’ve already covered those extensively.