Apple iPhone 6s specifications: What to expect from the new iPhone 6s
The front camera has also been upgraded to a 5Mp FaceTime HD model, and Apple has figured out a way to increase the screen brightness three-fold in order to create a Retina Flash for low-light selfles.
Apple’s also touting Live Photo as a compelling reason to buy the new iPhone 6s. We’ve seen this function before in Android phones, and it basically combines a still image with a second and a half of video shot either side of the photo in order to bring that photo to life when you press on it. Live Photo is supported by all Apple devices, including the MacBook, iPad and Apple Watch, and will also play by default as you scroll through your Camera Roll.
We’ve explained the key specification changes above, but here’s a list of exactly what to expect from the iPhone 6s.
• Silver, Gold, Space Grey and Rose Gold colour options in 7000 series aluminium
• 4.7in (1334×750, 326ppi) Retina HD display with 1400:1 contrast ratio, 500 cd/m2 brightness, fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating, Reachability
• Apple A9 64-bit processor with embedded M9 motion coprocessor
• 2GB of RAM
• 16GB, 32GB or 64GB of storage
• 12Mp iSight camera with 1.22µ pixels, f/2.2 aperture, five-element lens and True Tone flash, now with support for Live Photo and 4K video recording
• 5Mp FaceTime HD selfie camera with Retina Flash and 720p video
• Second-generation Touch ID fingerprint sensor
• 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi with MIMO
• Bluetooth 4.2
• aGPS and GLONASS
• 4G LTE Advanced
• iOS 9