Nowadays, we have realized that Apple is going to unveil very special next iPhone and as per scuttlebutt that iPhone next smart phones will come with 12-megapixel front camera that can shoot 4K video with up to jaw dropping 240 fps. While on other current smratphones even 60 fps @4k is not even possible.

The rumor supposedly comes from a Foxconn employee publishing to Weibo. To support the declaration, the client published what looks to be inner documentation talking about the camera module.

Apple's next iPhone may include 12-megapixel camera with 4K video capture capabilities

If it came up to be true, this might be the first megapixel bump in a long time. Apple has for up to this point reduced to play the megapixel game, rather deciding to enhance the over-all quality of pictures via further tactics. This technique has repaid as the past couple of generations of iPhone have been at or close to the peak of the “best camera” list.

It’s value observing that the iPhone 6 Plus actually captures 240 fps video clip though there is lots of room for enhancement. What’s more, there is simply no lack of smart phones already in the marketplace which can capture 4K video such as, Samsung Galaxy S6 / S6 Edge, Galaxy Note 4, the Oppo R5 as well as the HTC One M9 etc. Setting up support for 4K capture might merely be playing catch-up to the competition.

The current leak too reveals that the next iPhone will offer 2GB of RAM that is in line with earlier rumors.

Previously rumblings furthermore recommend that the iPhone 6S will be used the Force Touch feature which are already available on the Apple Watch and ship with a better LTE chip. We can also notice that Apple remove the physical home button on the front part of the phone and change to an amorphous metal alloy as the main development material. Sources declare that the smart phone has already been in production in preparation for what’s going to be another September release.

source: GSMArena

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