The rumor-mill is rolling once again on what will be new in upcoming Apple iPhone 6s. Thanks to all the past and this new leak, it is getting more and more certain that the new iPhone will feature a 5MP front-facing and 12MP rear-facing camera. According to some freshly surfaced documents reportedly from Foxconn (the OEM manufacture for Apple), the new generation of the iconic smartphone would feature a 12-megapixel primary camera with 4K video recording having support for 240 fps slow-motion video recording and a 5-megapixel front-facing camera for better looking selfies.
It was also revealed that the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus are codenamed N66 and N71 respectively inside Foxconn, and both will feature a 100% increase in RAM to 2GB. It is also rumored that Apple’s will be using their new A9 chip which will result in a smaller footprint when compared to A8, the space saving can be utilized to pack-in extra battery juice to the device. Earlier rumors and part leaks also suggest Apple might use the ForceTouch display, allowing additional contextual menu options when pressed hard on the screen.