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iOS 9 Code Hints At 1080p Front Camera With Flash For The iPhone 6S

Posted by Howard Richards on

It's been anticipated for quite a while now that the upcoming iPhone 6S expected form Apple will receive a significantly upgraded rear camera, possibly taking it up to 12 megapixels. Recent news however suggests that the next devices front camera could also be getting a considerable revamp.

Developer Hamza Sood has taken a look deep into the code of the upcoming iOS 9 operating system, and while doing so has found a few little clues about the next generation device.

As you can see as well as the improved resolution and flash, the code also hints at the possibility of 240 FPS and panoramic capabilities from the front facing camera.

The next generation device is expected to be revealed around September time alongside the official release of iOS 9. Apple are well known to be extremely secretive about their new and upcoming products, but if this hint is anything to go by then the next iPhone could be packing a few industry leading features.

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