As most of you already know by now, one of the main reasons to get the upcoming iPhone 6s models will be the upgraded 12MP camera. BusinessInsider has published a new report today with more details on the 12MP camera on the new iPhone 6s models, citing supply chain sources.
The most significant new info has to do with the lens setup on the new models. Apple has reportedly placed orders for five-element lenses designed to work with the new upgraded 12-megapixel sensor. Sadly, this isn’t really great news as the current iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus models also use the same five-element lens setup.
A number of Android rivals such as the OnePlus Two and Samsung flagship smartphones use a six-element lens, allowing more light in to create clearer and sharper images. Apple is said to be considering six-element lenses, but only for the iPhone 7.