Despite lacking high camera resolutions as their main industry rivals, Apple’s iPhones are still known for their high quality photographs. This is due to the fact that Apple chooses to focus on individual aspects of the iPhone’s photograph taking ability, rather than choosing to simply beefing up the camera resolution.
The same principle has been followed by the iPhone 6 with the Cupertino based manufacturer choosing to keep the camera resolution on the device the same. The iPhone 6 has a camera resolution of 8 megapixels with iSight on board.
This is the same as the resolution on the iPhone 5S. The iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus also feature a five element f/2.2 aperture lens with BSI and true tone dual LED flash. The iPhone 6 Plus does however have Optical Image Stabilization, a feature that was eliminated on the iPhone 6 due to thickness reasons most probably.
So given these specifications and improvements, the question on everyone’s mind is whether the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus stack up to their main rivals in the photography department. Smartphones in the Android world have cameras with high resolutions.