According to the Taiwanese media (which is citing supply-chain sources), the upcoming iPhone 6s (or whatever it will end up being called) will feature a dual lens camera capable of optical zoom and a 3D pressure sensor, probably bringing Apple Watch’s “Force Touch” technology to the Cupertino based company’s smartphones.
Aside from the dual-lens, optical zoom capable camera, the publication also says that more light will be able to reach the sensor, which will enhance the image quality. In translation, this probably means that Apple will probably tinker with the iSight camera’s aperture (iPhone 6 has an f/2.2 aperture).
As far as other hardware specs are concerned, the supply chain sources are saying that this year’s iPhone line-up will be very similar to 2014’s iPhone 6/6 Plus, with the 4.7 and 5.5-inch screens here to stay for another year (so, again, the possibility of a 4-inch iPhone 6s is very slim).
Reportedly, the lowest storage option will be 32GB (an option which is missing from last year’s line-up) and the majority of the new added components are destined to improve the interaction with the Apple Watch.
So what do you think? Would Apple Watch’s “Force Touch” be a good match for Apple’s smartphones? Is the optical zoom-capable camera enough to make you interested? Let us know in the comments section.