The Apple iPhone 6 and the Apple iPhone 6 Plus (shown below) sport screens with resolutions of 750 x 1334 pixels and 1080 x 1920 pixels respectively. If a report is to be believed, the iPhone 6S will sport a 1080p screen, while the iPhone 6S Plus will sport a 2K (Quad HD) screen.
The new rumour comes to us courtesy of Chinese-speaking Feng. According to its sources within Apple’s supply chain, the upcoming iPhone 6S will sport a 1080p screen (FHD), while the iPhone 6S Plus will sport a 2K (Quad HD) screen.
Apple is rumoured to invest around £1.11 billion in JDI, the largest mobile display manufacturer. If true, this years iPhones’ screen resolutions could be bumped up compared to last year’s 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus.
The sources also confirm that Apple will be outfitting its upcoming iPhones with Sony’s 12-megapixel rear-facing camera. According to past reports, the sensors are of the RGBW type, which means better photos in low light conditions and better colour reproduction capabilities.
If these rumours are true, this would mean that the Apple iPhone 6S and the Apple iPhone 6S Plus won’t have minor upgrades, but significantly better hardware under the hood.
Of course, since this is anything but official, take it with a pinch of salt.
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