Possible iPhone 6s camera feature improvements get detailed

At this point it’s no secret that we’re just a few days away from learning everything that Apple plans to launch with its new line of iPhones. We’ve heard a few rumors of iPhone 6s camera improvements, but some of these were even a topic of worry. Today we get more information on what to expect, and it seems to be major.

Sources are helping bring additional credibility to some crazy rumors we hear months ago, like for example a selfie camera with a flash. We haven’t really seen any changes in the leaked display panels, but this source claims that it will happen, and it leaves us to wonder how Apple plans to pull it off. The source also claims that the new 12 megapixel primary camera will not only serve as the means for higher resolution photos, but will also allow Apple to bump video recording to 4K. Apple has been extremely conservative about this over the last couple of launches, but we hear that the new A9 processor will include the necessary improvements for this to work well.

September 9 is the date for us to learn more, so we’ll keep a close eye on how things happen in the end.

Source: 9to5Mac

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