We showed you a new leaked video of the unreleased iPhone 6s. It looked mostly the same, but now we're starting to learn where the real changes will be. Both the front and rear cameras are getting major upgrades.
9to5 Mac, a reliable rumor site for all things Apple, reports that the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus will have a 12-megapixel rear camera instead of 8 megapixels, and will be able to record video in full 4K resolution. That means the videos you shoot will be compatible with the newest televisions on the market.
The front camera will also get a boost. It'll have a higher-quality sensor, and you'll get a sort-of flash for dark selfies - a brief white screen when you take a selfie.
The new iPhones are also supposed to have the Force Touch display, where more pressure will activate different functions; movable wallpapers; and a significantly faster A9 processor. We'll know all of the details when Apple has its big unveiling on September 9.