Apple is again planning something in this year. According to the latest report from another research firm, they’re predicting the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus will get a 12MP camera upgrade which is huge for Apple mobiles but the sad part is that on analyst says pixel count may drop and one analyst says it may increase. Over the evolution of iPhone in years, every time the camera improves with other features simultaneously, but we haven’t seen a significant sensor upgrade since the Cupertino company introduced an 8-megapixel camera up from 5-megapixels with the iPhone 4s in 2011.
Senior Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo promised that the new upcoming iPhone will get a 12MP sensor with other upgrades in the list. To fuel those rumours earlier this week, Kevin Wang, the Director of HIS Director has backed up those claims. However Wang warns about the pixel count may get bigger but the pixels themselves will be smaller. Larger pixels can mean better photos in low light and less noise, but pixel size is just a small part of what makes a camera great just like megapixel count. Just because they won’t be as big, then, it doesn’t automatically mean our photos won’t be as good. However it is very early to talk about these things at this stage. Let us get back to you if anything pops up from the Company or Trust Sources. Coming to the Specifications of iPhone 6s which are to be included are Improved Camera Sensor, Apple next-gen A9 processor, 2GB of RAM, an improved Touch ID Sensor, and a Stronger Aluminium which prevent from bending.