Lining up with previous reports, the iPhone 6s is once again rumored to receive a substantial camera upgrade when it launches this fall. The phone is again said to feature a 12-megapixel rear-facing iSight camera, and will reportedly also include a brand new image signal processor on the A9 system-on-a-chip.
According ot 9to5Mac, the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus will also be able to record video in 4K:
In addition to a much-upgraded rear still camera, Apple has decided to make a significant addition to the iPhone's video recording capabilities: 4K video recording support. The iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus will be the first iPhones capable of recording video in full 4K resolution and among the first phones on the market with such capabilities, though Samsung's Galaxy S5 launched with 4K video recording support in early 2014.
Additionally, Apple is said to include support for a flash when using the front-facing FaceTime camera. This will reportedly not be a stand-alone physical flash module, however, like that found on the back of the phone. Instead, the phone will briefly light up the screen when flash is turned on when using the FaceTime camera.
We expect to learn all about the next iPhone's camera, among other features, at Apple's iPhone event on September 9, 2015.