The Apple iPhone 6s may launch with an improved 12-MP camera with 4K video recording support, according to a document leak. The specification of said camera matches analyst KGI Securities' Ming Chi Kuo's prediction of what we can expect to see in the next iPhone, but we'll still have to treat rumors and leaks with a certain amount of apprehension given the sheer deluge of information coming out of supply chain sources.
The document was leaked by an alleged Foxconn employee — which was subsequently shared on the web — also notes 240FPS slow-motion functionality. This latest leak not only provides internal model numbers of both iPhones - N66 for the iPhone 6s and N71 for the iPhone 6s Plus - but also solidifies some of the specifications we currently have jotted down.
Just yesterday, we learned that the iPhone 6s may utilize a new Qualcomm '9X35' chip, which enables peak speeds of up to 300Mbps. The same device is also expected to use Apple's A9 CPU and sport 2GB of RAM, though we'll have to hold off until this fall when it's believed Apple will unveil the smartphone.