iPhone 6s And iPhone 6s Plus Camera Samples – Gallery


The star studded feature of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus has to be the new 3D Touch display, which is a rebranded version of Force Touch, but goes a little above and beyond how the tech actually works on other devices, such as the Apple Watch and the new 12-inch MacBook. But if you dive into the technical specifications of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, you'll come to realize that both the devices are packed with brand new camera sensors that can churn out beautiful images in glorious 12-megapixel resolution. But that's not all, the iPhones now have the capability to shoot 4K videos as well.

iPhone 6s

In the real world, many of us like to doctor our photos a little before sharing them on different social networks, such as Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, etc. The real test comes into play when you snap up a photo using a smartphone's camera and scrutinize it on a larger display without applying any sort of filters or wizardry on top. Lucky for us, Apple has posted an entire gallery of photos taken using the iPhone 6s' brand spanking new 12-megapixel camera, and the company claims that these snaps are entirely untouched and come straight from the device itself. If that claim is true, then we're completely sold to the iPhone 6s' camera image quality.

Take a look at the gallery below yourself.

A quick glance at these photos makes it fairly evident that Apple's megapixel bump over the iPhone 6 and the smartphones before it adds a huge difference to the overall quality of the photos being taken. While the iPhone 5, all the way to the iPhone 6 Plus, proving to be popular cameras on social sharing sites such as Flickr, it will be interesting to see how much of an impact will the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus make in the photography space in the months to come.

Apple has been quite lyrical in the past that more megapixels don't always add up for a higher quality photo, and having stuck true to its mantra, the company opted to limit itself to an 8-megapixel camera since the iPhone 4s all the way up to last year's iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. This time around, Apple claims that it has figured out a way to improve the image quality while also packing in more pixels in a sensor that's already minuscule on its own.

Do you think the above camera samples are a yay or a nay? Let us know in the comments section below.