The version iOS 9 beta has been delivered to developers since Monday, and shelling the code reveals some clues about what's coming in the coming months. Certain elements thus suggest that the iPhone 6S should benefit from an important evolution of its front camera, which is used for selfies and videoconferencing FaceTime.
The code in iOS 9 suggests that this front photo module can film in Full HD 1080p (against HD 720p for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus) and can also record HD video 720p at 240 fps. The front camera should also have a flash, while it has been lacking so far, in addition to being able to carry out group selfies.
The latest rumors have suggested that the photo sensor rear should go to 12 megapixels, against 8 megapixels currently