As September gets closer, the rumor mills have already started churning about the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6 Plus. A leaked Foxconn document posted on Weibo, the Chinese equivalent of Twitter, suggests that the iPhone 6s wil sport a 12MP rear camera and 2GB of RAM.
The document was posted by someone claiming to be a Foxconn worker and has been deleted making us incline towards believing the same.
Images from it are now circulating the Web, and reportedly cite an N66 model number for the iPhone 6s, and N71 for the 6s Plus. (via PhoneArena)
Rumor has it that the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus will support for 4K and/or 240 frames-per-second slow-motion video. We loved the idea pf slow-mo videos when Apple first brought them to the table with the iPhone 5s.
The document also states that the front cam will also be receiving a megapixel bump to 5MP confirming earlier tips about the code found in iOS 9 Betas. Both the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus sport a 1.2MP camera and a 5MP will be a welcome change.
Foxconn workers have been known to leak accurate information in the past, and the document is consistent with all the early rumors about the upcoming flagships.
It does not appear to make any reference to front camera features hinted at in an iOS 9 manifest file, such as a flash, panorama shots, and slow motion or 60 fps video. To be honest, we do not like the idea of a front facing flash and Jony Ive will probably commit suicide before letting something spoil his love for symmetry.