Apple has put a big focus on the camera inside iPhone 6s, offer a 12-megapixel camera with an image quality DSLR (digital single-lens reflex). A bump from the 8MP found on current models. Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities published a comprehensive report suggesting the definition of its sensor. Apple supply chain confirmed the existence of this camera.
A 12-megapixel Sensor for Beautiful Pictures
This time the situation is slightly different and thanks to the Business Insider that they have “confirmed details about the sensor and its optical. According to Lisa Eadicicco, the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s plus are indeed getting a new 12-megapixel camera at the back. It should be able to take more light and thus get better results when the ambient light is missing.
It’s interesting, but it is not over because Apple has reportedly commissioned a new approach consisting of five element lens setup. Better still, it would also close to the number of suppliers to produce another goal, this time consisting of six elements.
If you don’t know about photography, then you probably know that the goals consist of several lenses placed one above the other. On a normal camera, they are made of mineral glass or organic glass. There, it is the plastic that is required. Sony has had a 20.7MP camera and the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge both features a 16 megapixel Back camera.
Apple is planning on switching to a six-element lens setup. Other manufacturers OnePlus 2 and Samsung Galaxy S5 also used a six-element lens. We do not know it, but these targets should be more open in the coming years.
But what’s the point of having a five or six lenses? The answer is simple: to capture more light. So for more beautiful pictures.
iPhone 6 Can Last a Week Without Recharging!
You have to think better charging the phone every day to continue to enjoy its services. A British firm called Intelligent Energy however, managed to go much further by equipping a prototype of a hydrogen fuel cell. And provide enough hydrogen-release powder for handset running for a week without recharging.
What is it? Well a hydrogen fuel cell is actually a fuel cell based on dihydrogen and dioxygen. It draws its energy from an electrochemical combustion and is thus able to produce heat and electricity through these two components. Anyway, thanks to this famous battery, the iPhone 6 handset running for a week on a single charge. Yes, a week, or seven days if you prefer. And that’s a good performance. The problem is that fuel cells also tend to generate more heat than conventional batteries.