Purported iPhone 6s Parts Show Improved Front-Facing FaceTime Camera, Force Touch Display

New photos obtained today by 9to5mac reveal some upcoming features that the next-generation iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will support. 

As previously rumored, the new photos indicate the front-facing FaceTime camera will receive a substantial upgrade with larger, improved sensors. The larger sensors likely indicate a higher pixel count, which currently sits at 1.2 megapixels on the iPhone 6. An improved front-facing camera, along with a software-based flash, will bring a much welcomed enhancement to selfies. 

Unfortunately, the photos did not show the rear camera's sensor, but sources say the iPhone 6s will sport a 12 megapixel camera with 4k video-recording support. Currently the iPhone can only record 1080p video and has an 8 megapixel camera. 

As early rumors suggested, the iPhone 6s will likely feature a Force Touch display with haptic feedback. The photos that surfaced today give an up-close look at what appears to be the new display and taptic engine. 

Along with camera upgrades and Force Touch, the iPhone 6s is rumored to feature a faster processer, a newRose Gold color, a new NFC chip, a faster LTE chip, and more. Apple will announce the iPhone 6s at itsSeptember 9 event, where it will also likely reveal a revamped Apple TV.


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