The iPhone 6 camera is one of the best smartphone cameras on the market but Apple tends to offer upgrades each year and the iPhone 6s is supposedly going to come with some major changes. These alone could be enough to persuade you to wait for the iPhone 6s.
A recent report from PhoneArena outlines several key iPhone 6s camera upgrades that could feature on both the rear and front-facing sensors.
The iPhone 6s' FaceTime camera will reportedly see a bump from 1.2MP to 5MP. Rumors have also hinted at a panoramic option. The move makes sense. And not just because iOS 9 will add a new Selfie folder. It makes sense because the competition has stepped up its game in 2015.
If rumors are to be believed, we could see a 12MP rear iPhone 6s camera that can record 4K video. This is a feature that's already on many Android phones and this year could be the first year that Apple offers it on the iPhone.
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