iPhone 6 Rumors: 12MP Camera to Feature Dual-LED Flash Component

New pictures comparing the current iPhone camera module to the camera that could be for the iPhone 6 or iPhone 5S surfaced earlier this week.

The part that belongs to the upcoming Apple smartphone does not include a flash component attached with a ribbon that is found on the iPhone 5. This could be because the device is expected to launch with a more powerful dual-LED flash.

This component could also belong to the low-cost iPhone. That device is expected to feature similar components to the current iPhone model.

Earlier photos of the next-gen iPhone components depicted a pill shaped dual-LED flash to replace the circular flash found on the iPhone 5. This will improve the performance of the iPhone's flash creating better lit, less hard photos in low-light conditions.

The new iPhone is rumored to come with a 12-megapixel camera with a larger aperture for improved low light photography, according to previous reports. It is also expected to feature a new slow motion photography mode to complement its current panoramic capabilities.

New high-res photos of what could be the low-cost iPhone 6 or iPhone 5S also surfaced on the internet this week.

The pictures were posted by a Chinese microblogging site known as Sina Weibo, C Technology. The site claims that this low-cost iPhone will retail for 3000 yuan off-contract, which is equivalent to $490. This puts it in line with the price of the iPhone 4 when it was first released.

The photos show off the device's rear shell from different angles and can all be seen here.

The shell's interior can also be seen and shows metal linings and screw holes for other components. These pictures are consistent with previous sightings of the device. Judging from the pictures, the device will feature an 8-megapixel camera, lightning connector, speakers and flash for the phone.

The part is also similar to the video showing off the component that was leaked last month. Both parts had pinholes instead of cut outs for a number of physical features such as the power/volume buttons and SIM slot.

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