A video of Apple's soon-to-be-released iPhone 6S has surfaced online, revealing two new feature upgrades to the iPhone 6 successor.
Apple community blog 9to5Mac has got hold of the front-panel of the rumoured iPhone 6S and posted the video comparing the device with 2014 iPhone model.
In the clip, we see that Face-time camera module's circumference looks a tad big on the front. To corroborate the claim, the blogger placed iPhone 6S front-panel over the iPhone 6, clearing showing the contrast in size. There is no word on the pixel count of the new device, but we would like to point out that technically this does not matter.
Some companies create hype on how great their device are, boasting of high pixel count compared to their competitors, but in reality, camera with higher pixel -count does not guarantee good images; it all depends on the camera's lens size and aperture. The bigger the lens size and smaller the aperture, the better the quality.
The video also did not revealing anything related to the iPhone 6S' rear-side camera, but rumours are rife that the company has incorporated 12mp snapper with 4K video taking ability.
Another interesting tidbit we get to know from the clip is that the iPhone 6S will boast of Force-Touch, a feature similar to the one we see in the flagship Apple Watch.
Usually there used to be one flexi-cable on top connecting the front camera and volume rockers and the power switch to the back-panel, but in the video, we see two, hinting that this cord might be the one connecting the Force-touch input to the processor. Furthermore, we also see an unknown circuit placed behind the front panel, adding credibility to the presence of the Force-touch feature. [Watch the iPhone 6S video, HERE]
[Note: Force-Touch is a technology that senses the difference between a tap and a press, providing a new way to quickly and easily access controls within apps]
Other Expected Features of Apple iPhone 6S & iPhone 6S features:
Besides the 4.7-inch iPhone 6S, the company will also the new generation 5.5-inch iPhone 6S Plus as well. Both the devices are said to come with identical hardware such as more durable 7000 series Aluminum casing, Apple's proprietary A9 SoC (System on Chip) and 2GB RAM.
Apple has confirmed it will host the company's annual device launch on 9 September. The company has chosen 'Bill Graham Civic Auditorium' in San Francisco, which has seating capacity of more 7000, hinting that it has some big announcement to make.