iPhone 6S to have dual-lens camera, 3D pressure sensor?
Sources from a supply chain are claiming that the next iPhone (either 6S or 7) will be coming this year with new features like a dual-lens camera and 3D pressure sensor. What do they do? Find out after the break.
It’s pretty much safe to say that Apple is going to launch a new iPhone model this year since this has been the norm for smartphone manufacturers (even more for some). As for Apple, the new iPhone could have the following fresh functionalities:
- Dual lens camera – this will make it possible for the phone to use optical image stabilization instead of just digital image stabilization, resulting to better image quality since more light is received by the sensor.
- 3D pressure sensor – similar to Apple Watch’s Force Touch technology that senses how hard you press the screen, making it possible to add more functions in navigation.
- 32GB minimum storage – If the leak proves true, Apple will be bringing back the 32GB storage and will become the lowest available in the market.
In addition, the company will allegedly stick with the current offering for its display sizes of 4.7- and 5.5-inch options.
These improvements seem promising enough to look forward to, especially the pressure sensor. If there are things that you’d wish would make it to the next iPhone, what would they be?