iPhone 6S: Larger front FaceTime camera, Force Touch parts

iPhone 6S: Larger front FaceTime camera, Force Touch parts shown in new photos & video !!!

A series of new, high-resolution photos we have obtained show new features coming to the next-generation iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus. First, comparisons of the front glass indicate that the new devices will sport upgraded front-facing FaceTime cameras with bigger sensors. The white phone in our images is a current iPhone 6, while the black plate is an iPhone 6S component. The presence of larger sensors likely indicates a higher pixel count up from the current 1.2 megapixels, as well as new functionality…




In addition to indicating that the FaceTime camera will gain a larger sensor than the current iPhone 6, our new photos show a magnified look at what is likely to be a screen component to power the new Force Touch integration or Taptic Engine in the new iPhones. Sources told us earlier this year that the new iPhones would include Force Touch with haptic feedback, and we reported more details earlier this month on the feature’s software implementation. On the new iPhones, Force Touch will serve as a technology to shortcut common iOS tasks, rather than solely as a mechanism for adding overlays of options.