iPhone 6 Expected Features 10 MP Snapper and Retina Display 2, Release Date Unknown

Cupertino-based tech major Apple is gearing up for its next flagship device, iPhone 6. Needless to say, the iPhone 6 has already been surrounded by a sea of rumors regarding its screen size and other specs.

Cupertino-based tech major Apple is gearing up for its next flagship device, iPhone 6. Needless to say, the iPhone 6 has already been surrounded by a sea of rumors regarding its screen size and other specs. Primary focus of these rumors has been on the likely increase in the next model’s screen size. However, a new report that surfaced lately suggests that the iPhone 6 might also get enhanced camera features.

Most speculations related to iPhone 6 only mentioned of enhancement in screen size and this is certainly something most iPhone fanatics are keenly awaiting. According to the new report, the upcoming iPhone will be armed with a 10 megapixel primary shooter.

It is claimed that the expected device will have an f/1.8 aperture along with interchangeable lenses that is similar to the present model housed with 8 megapixel snapper although with a narrower aperture of f/2.2. This report also suggests that the tech giant will be doing away with the IR filter seen with iPhone 5S and bring on board a resin lens designed by JSR, a Japan- based firm.

The expected iPhone 6 model is likely to get 10 megapixel camera and 4K video capturing as well as feature auto image stabilization. It will also get a quicker Lightning 2 connector as well as solar charging through its screen. This upcoming handset appears to be a refined version of Iphone Air. It will likely be weighing not more than 100 grams and will feature an amazingly thin form factor. Though thin at just 6.1 mm, the new iPhone 6 by no means will look delicate or fragile.

These reports are not yet confirmed by Apple so an official statement is dearly awaited from the tech company and this could take a few months at least.

 

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