“While [iPhone 6s] may look very similar to the current model (or models if we take into account the iPhone 6 Plus) there are plenty of areas that the 6s can improve upon,” Mihai Matei reports for G for Games.
“One of these areas is the camera. Of course, the iPhone 6 camera is quite powerful, but we expect certain improvements to be made in order for a ‘refresh’ to make sense,” Matei reports. “Some people have waited for Apple to increase the number of megapixels in its iPhone cameras for some time now, and the iPhone 6S was / is rumored to make the first step in this direction. However, according to Taipei-based analyst Jeff Pu, the iPhone 6S camera might stay at 8 MP.”
“Jeff Pu speculates that because the smartphone will not push a larger than 8 MP camera to the market, Largan Precision Co. will have a difficult time increasing its stock price in H2 2015,” Matei reports. “This report doesn’t really put a damper on the idea that the iPhone 6s will feature a dual-lens camera boasting optical zoom capabilities.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Fred Mertz” and “Dan K.” for the heads up.]
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