Apple iPhone 6S To Bring 12MP Camera, A9 With 2GB RAM, And ‘Rose Gold’ Color Option
Kuo believes Apple will upgrade the camera to a 12-megapixel sensor, up from the 8-megapixel iSight camera found on the current generation iPhone 6 and and iPhone 6 Plus. It wouldn't surprise us if Apple gave camera performance a boost, and photography has become an important selling point in smartphone design.
As for the display size, Kuo sees Apple sticking with 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch panels with the same resolutions found on current generation iPhones. These will be powered by a custom A9 System-on-Chip (SoC) upgraded 2GB LPDDR4.
Perhaps the biggest change, or most anticipated, is that of Force Touch. No, that's not a Jedi ability we're talking about, but a pressure sensitive display technology, the same that's built into
Say goodbye to bendgate -- Apple is likely to improve the iPhone's rigidity by adopting different casing materials and improving upon the internal mechanical design.
Finally, the other change worth pointing out is a new Rose Gold color option, which will match the Rose Gold Apple Watch Edition.