“Earlier this week, an analyst with a great Apple track record has predicted that the iPhone 6s line-up will feature 12MP cameras, now another source from a reputable company whose main purpose is to know things like that has made a similar claim … with a twist,” Vlad Andrici reports for G For Games.
“Today, Kevin Wang (IHS Technology Research Director, China) has ‘confirmed’ that this year’s iPhone 6s duo will come with higher megapixel cameras (yep, 12MP),” Andrici reports. “However, Kevin claims that the pixel size will be smaller.”
“If you know a thing or two about photography, you probably know that bigger pixels (and thus lower pixel density) usually means better low-light pics with less noise,” Andrici reports. “However, just like the Megapixel count is not telling the whole story, so does not the pixel size as there are many other variables at play (like sensor size and the image processing pipeline).”
Read more in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Fred Mertz” and “Dan K.” for the heads up.]