The Apple iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus were officially announced and launched in September 2014, and the time is nearing for the announcement of their successors. There have been several reports and leaks in the past few weeks that point out the possible specifications and design of these upcoming smartphones from Apple.
Some fresh documents have been leaked that throw some light on the camera hardware and features in the Apple iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus. According to the information on these documents, which is leaked by a Foxconn employee, these device could boast a 12-megapixel primary camera with 4K video recording and 240 fps slow-motion video recording. Apple has reportedly decided to up its selfie game and include a high-resolution 5-megapixel front-facing camera.
The iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus are being called as N66 and N71 respectively inside Foxconn, and both will feature 2GB RAM, a good improvement over the current generation's 1GB RAM. It is expected that Apple's new A9 chip that will be used in these devices has a smaller footprint when compared to A8, hence there's a chance that these devices would feature a larger battery. Apple might use a ForceTouch display, which also measures force that is being applied on the screen, to give an additional menu of options.
In terms of design, Apple will stick to the design that they introduced with the iPhone 6, with the only change being additional colour options – Rose Gold or Pink – along with stronger aluminium.