iPhone 6 features a new 8-megapixel iSight camera, but don’t think it’s not too much different from iPhone 5s’s camera. The following review will show you the improvement of iPhone 6/6 Plus camera.
Austin Mann, a passionate traveler photographer accepted a mission to find out how does the camera of iPhone 6/6 Plus make photos better than before after Apple’s announcement of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, so he and coworkers went to Iceland with their iPhone 6/6 Plus and iPhone 5s, and capturing a series of landscape photos in order to intuitively show us the enhancement of the iPhone 6/6 Plus camera. Apparently, Apple’s engineers are not interested in the competition of tech specs. They focus on using new technologies to bring us better phonegraphy experience, such as Focus Pixels, iPhone 6 Plus’s optical image stabilization, manual exposure control, and newly added time-lapse and slow-motion modes. After the break, check out the photos captured by iPhone 5s, iPhone 6/6 Plus, or jump over to Austin’s website for more detailed comparison.
Via The Verge