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Forbes iPhone 6S vs Android camera article

Discussion in 'GENERAL Wireless Discussion' started by JFB, Oct 15, 2015.

  1. JFB

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    Crushing defeat? NOT!! Writers today love to exaggerate to get someone to read an article. If you look at the chart, it falls in the middle along with Sony Z3. It is just one point below the new Google Nexus 6P. The rest of the results quoted indicate that Apple's camera is still very worthy. (I can't believe I'm actually defending my arch-enemy.) o_O:eek:

    But now for a reality check. Although it is not a "crushing" defeat, it demonstrate the one valid point the writer made, namely, that the camera improvements were negligible, if nonexistent. I've not ever followed Apple's tech, so let me ask you Apple enthusiasts: Has the mid-year release of the phone ever improve the camera specs?

    Addendum: I was reading some of the comments made by readers of that article. One person made a very valid point: The general public, the buyers of the iPhones, are typically not photographers (professional, hobbyists, or otherwise). They don't look to crop their images; they rarely even enhance their images except to apply filters in some lackluster app. Professionals and hobbyists may appreciate certain features but those typically already have professional equipment. They aren't using their phones for professional prints.
     
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    Of course, how else to grab the readers attention. :D

    As for the camera, I have never believed in specs, so in practical application, the 6s camera is certainly as good as the 6 camera.



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