Speculations about Apple's upcoming device dubbed as iPhone 6s aka iPhone 7 have started just a couple of months after the release of its predecessor. Rumours are doing the rounds that the new flagship smartphone will come with an improved camera that can capture high quality pictures.
Apple fans have reason to be happy if the latest reports come true as they have been deprived of a good camera for a long time. Pixels of iPhone devices are way lower than that of their counterparts.
The iPhone 6 has an 8MP main camera with 3264 x 2448 pixels, phase detection autofocus, dual-LED flash, 1/3'' sensor size and 1.5µm pixel size, and 1.2MP front snapper, while its rival Samsung Galaxy S5 houses a 16MP main camera with 5312 x 2988 pixels, phase detection autofocus, LED flash, 1/2.6'' sensor size and 1.12 µm pixel size, and 2MP front camera.
However, Apple's upcoming iPhone 6s aka iPhone 7 is reportedly housing an improved camera. John Gruber revealed in the latest episode of The Talk Show (via The Tech Block) that the Cupertino giant was working on an overhaul of its iPhone camera.
"The specific thing I heard is that next year's camera might be the biggest camera jump ever. I don't even know what sense this makes, but I've heard that it's some kind of weird two-lens system where the back camera uses two lenses and it somehow takes it up into DSLR quality imagery," said Gruber.
Apple is yet to talk about its upcoming device but reports suggest that it will come with several upgrades over its predecessor, iPhone 6. According to the iPhone7update, it will sport a sapphire crystal glass, chassis made of liquid metal, and 14MP main camera and 4MP front snapper. The device is also expected to be powered by a quad-core A8 processor and come packed with 256GB or more internal memory.
Apple Inc. is expected to release the iPhone 6s aka iPhone 7 in the third quarter of 2015, and it is likely as the company has a tradition of launching its smartphones during this time of the year. The iPhone 6 was released in September this year.