Apple Stepping Up to Embrace 4K-Video Capture in its Upcoming Smartphone

July 9, 2015, By Daniel Rapcencu

We have seen plenty of iPhone 6S rumors over the past two weeks, but it’s like those were never enough to feed our appetite.

Following the reports regarding the Force Touch inclusion and picture leaks, iPhone 6S is now getting married to a new technicality as per the rumors, and it’s quite appealing than the previous ones.

New rumors are that the upcoming device from Apple will house a 12MP camera, coupled with a 5MP camera in the front.

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To users familiar with the 13 MP technologies, this may not sound astonishing. But don’t count the numbers when it’s from the Cupertino company.

Apple has made sure to fetch their camera powers to the top notch. Besides, it’s also packing a first-in-smartphone feature in it; and that’s the power to capture 4K videos.

Apple’s processor support to 4K videos has been long discussed, but it never got materialized with their smartphone devices.

They are sure changing the game, if rumors are to be believed. Besides the 4K inclusion, Apple is also revamping its camera segment with the inclusion of wide angle support in its front cam.

So from where do these stories come from? The latest tips regarding the Apple smartphone arrives from a Chinese network called Sina Weibo.

A user, who claims to be a Foxconn employee, has posted the images of an internal document revealing the spec details of devices referred to as N66 and N71 in the document.

In case if you are unaware, Foxconn has been serving as the manufacturing client for Apple devices over the past so many years.

Earlier reports had suggested that Apple’s newbie would feature Force Touch feature, which helps to capture the various pressure responses upon a touch across the screen.

Recent leaked images have also revealed the iPhone 6s (or rather the iPhone 7 as suggested by some  design, which is not much distinguished from its predecessors. The device is expected to make the public debut during the month of September.

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