With the iPhone 6s, Apple has really beefed up its front-facing FaceTime camera, jumping from a 1.2-megapixel sensor to a 5-megapixel sensor. Translation? Expect selfies and other front-facing photos to be better than ever before.
Additionally, Apple has incorporated something it calls Retina Flash. When taking a selfie, the Retina Display will flash extremely quickly and brightly to provide an ideal lighting environment for selfies. All together, the iPhone 6s camera upgrades represent the biggest upgrades we’ve seen hit the iPhone in quite some time.