Published on June 12th, 2015 | by Gary Johnson0
iPhone 6S release set to bring some selfie magic
If history repeats itself we can expect to see some minor upgrades for the latest new iPhone models set for release late this year, but the iPhone 6S release looks set to bring some selfie magic to the handset.
Like recent years the annual WWDC event took place with no new iPhone models shown off, and instead focused on the software side of things with iOS 9. As usual there have been many having a good look at the iOS 9 manifest file to see if it provides any clues of what may be coming later in the year.
Now some code has been found that doesn’t apply to the iPhone 6 but suggests that a front facing camera is incoming that is capable of 1080p Full HD video capture, and the unit is accompanied by a front facing flash.
The code also includes suggestions that users may be able to take front facing panoramic photos with the new handset, and rumours suggest it will be at 240fps. Of course we won’t know for sure until any device is unveiled, but do you like the idea of a front facing flash?