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iPhone 6s Plus Camera review

Creato il 21 ottobre 2015 da Dher

might be one of the most popular cameras in the world, but there has been a sense of stagnation when it comes to the shooter on the iPhone. Yes, the camera has been improving with every new edition of the device, but unlike in its earlier generations, the improvements seemed relatively muted and significantly, the megapixel count - a parameter by which many mainstream users (somewhat erroneously) judge the quality of a camera - was left untouched.

From 2011 till the iPhone 6s this year, the iPhones had a megapixel count of eight. Yes, there were improvements in the quality of the camera, the sensors (which had larger pixels) and the flash (Apple introduced the dual tone - or True Tone - flash with the iPhone 5S) were always tweaked upwards, but on the spec sheet, it seemed that just as it refused to get into the cores and GHz battle in the processor division, the Cupertino company would rather fight on experience and results rather than megapixels when it came to cameras. To be fair, it was a strategy that served it well - even as its opponents focused on more megapixels, Apple was able to pull so much out of the 8.0-megapixel camera (which seemed so 2010-11 on paper) that it could run an entire campaign based on the pictures taken by the iPhone 6.

However, with the latest iPhones, Apple finally decided to not just stick to tweaks in sensors but also upped the ante in the megapixel division - the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus come with 12.0-megapixel cameras, support for 4k videos, and (we can hear the selfie crowd go 'hallelujah') 5.0-megapixel front facing cameras. The company however is still betting on experience rather than specs. It is define as a best camera phones in the world.

iPhone 6s Plus Camera review
iPhone 6s Plus Camera review

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