Apple is one innovative company that do not have a track record of following the “crowd”, they do things are their own time. The iPhone 6S camera specs are one of such hardware components that has seen the much needed improvement.
iPhone 6 was launched in 2015 with an 8MP camera sensor when its biggest competitor, Galaxy S6 had a 16MP camera. Though, we tried to justify why mega-pixels are overrated, the guy on the street only want to hear the the numbers have increased.
Apple made a couple of changes to the iPhone 6S, but this article is cantered on the iPhone 6S camera specifications.
Apple says the iPhone 6S has a 12MP iSight rare camera; the device is designed to have 50% more pixels and twice the focus pixels, when compared with older models that has the 8MP camera which was almost becoming a standard for the iPhones.
The iPhone 6S camera also has a new technology called deep-trench isolation. This helps to differentiate photo diodes, while maintain precise and accurate colors.
iPhone 6S camera specs also include a massive 63-MP panorama photo, photo lovers will have an incredible time with this device.
The iPhone 6S camera aperture stands at f/2.2, it also comes with Optical Image Stabilization like its processor. Shaky hands? This is going to really help.
You can also use the iPhone 6S to shoot 4K videos, technically this will allow you to get 8 million pixels in every single frame.
iPhone 6S selfie camera also saw a major improvement from the previous mediocre 1.2MP available on older iPhones to 5MP.
If you pitch the iPhone 6s camera against the Samsung Galaxy S6 Plus, there is always going to be some disparity and you can get a clear winner. However, both companies have their bragging rights and it works for them.
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