Apple iPhone 6s to Pack 12MP RGBW Camera, Rumors Say

Apple iPhone 6s rumors and expectations

More rumors about the upcoming flagship Apple iPhone 6s

We are months away from the announcement of the next flagship of Apple happening this fall, but the smartphone is already among the most frequently discussed devices in the digit world. Apple iPhone 6s as it is called for now is expected to sport a similar design as its predecessor, made from premium materials.

The latest gossips about the upcoming model suggest that the camera of iPhone 6s is with 12MP sensor made by Sony. Something interesting about the camera is that it is with RGBW tech (W – for “white”) instead of the RGB sensor that Apple has been integrating in the latest flagships. In RGBW the white sub-pixel is expected to enrich the performance of the sensor in low-light environment. Rumors have it that the autofocus speed will be improved as well. The latest gossips differ from the previously shared predictions that Apple might choose the dual-camera system for its next flagships. The guys from 9to5Mac recently revealed the rumors that one of the key new features that will be integrated in the iPhone 6s is the Force Touch.

It is available in Apple Watch and the latest models MacBook. The feature improves the user experience by providing a new way to interact with the applications. iPhone 6s will run on the unannounced iOS 9. The expectations suggest that Apple will reveal more details for the upgrade at its developers’ conference WWDC scheduled for June 8. Stay tuned.

Source: gsmarena

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