iPhone 6 Recent Gossips – Will 8MP Camera Go?

| March 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

iPhone 6 rumors

The iPhone 6 is being floated around like a hot cake, it is because folks want to see Apple’s next thing, will it compete its rivals who just have released one of the high-end devices like Galaxy S5 from Samsung, Xperia Z2 from Sony and HTC is also very keen introducing the worlds’ best smartphone.

Now let’s get back to the iPhone 6, the recent rumors suggest 8 MegaPixel snapper. Sounds ridiculous, where you’re living? In a competition where manufacturers are thinking about going beyond the 50MP. If it gets real, Apple could lose its consumers’ liking.

According to reports at Think Digit, the Cupertino-based company intends to implant 8MP rear camera in its next flagship device. They’re working to improve pixel size rather than increasing the pixel counts on iPhone 6, report says.

It further adds, the color reproduction of iPhone 6 is another thing in Apple’s priority list that caused them to stick with 8MP. It’s a fact that when anyone goes for buying a smartphone, the camera capacity really grabs the attention. Color collection doesn’t make any sense but more pixel counts really make.

Apple likely to have an 8MP rear camera

Other rumored specs of iPhone 6 include sapphire crystal display (known as a scratch-free material) that could be of 4.7 or 5.5-inch. It’ll pack an A8 Chip processor running with iOS 7.2 but not with iOS 8 (as we’re expecting). It’ll be interesting to see what Apple introduces in the fall of 2014. They should be coming with a device that fulfills the present-day needs as we’ve seen Samsung and Sony announcing some cutting-edge devices that employed 16MP and 20.7MP camera respectively.

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