Rumours around the next iPhone are gathering pace today, amid claims that the handset could be here as July.
In the latest round of speculation, for whom we’ve got iOSDoc to thank, it’s posited that the handset will feature an improved front-facing two-megapixel camera with a view to improving the video calling experience offered by Apple’s FaceTime app.
The site, which claims to have gleaned its information from an unnamed software engineer at Apple, also reveals that, pending a delay, the tech giant is planning to equip the snapper with a built-in dual-shot mode.
Enabling users to take snaps with both cameras simultaneously and blend the results, this feature will be exclusive to the seventh-gen iPhone and will not arrive on earlier models when the new version of Apple’s iOS software is pushed out.
Earlier today, rumours surfaced claiming the iPhone 6 will go on pre-order in mid-June, ahead of an early July release and will pack a 13-megapixel rear-mounted camera and fingerprint-scanning technology.