iPhone 6 Plus (Camera, Austin Mann 001)

As Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus hit store shelves in the United States and a few major markets around the world, first hands-on videos are appearing online (and let’s not forget about torture tests, too).

Teaming up with The Verge, professional photographer Austin Mann put the handsets’ enhanced cameras through the paces on beautiful locations in Iceland.

He took a series of photographs and videos that do an excellent job showing off improvements such as the new Focus Pixels, manual Exposure Control, higher-resolution Panorama photography, Slo-Mo video enhancements and Optical Image Stabilization.

The results are quite impressive: the more accurate sensor, Apple’s enhanced signal image processor inside the A8 chip and iOS 8’s software improvements enable noticeably sharper images, despite the same eight-megapixel camera resolution.

Focus Pixels on the new handsets are “a big deal,” notes Mann.

Enabled by the new Apple-designed image signal processor, Focus Pixels provide the sensor with more information about your image, “giving you better and faster autofocus that you can even see in preview,” according to Apple.

The scene below was captured with the iPhone 5s’s rear camera.

iPhone 5s (Camera, Austin Mann 003)

Right below: the same scene shot using an iPhone 6 Plus. The difference in quality and details is readily visible, thanks to Focus Pixels.

iPhone 6 Plus (Camera, Focus Pixels, Austin Mann 002)

The following image, also taken on an iPhone 6 Plus, blew me away.

iPhone 6 Plus (Camera, Focus Pixels, Austin Mann 001)

“I really enjoy the challenge and spontaneity of capturing powerful images without directing them,” writes Mann. “I love to explore, see a moment coming, line up the shot and capture it as it passes”.

Another major iPhone 6 improvement in the camera department: manual exposure control allowing you to manually lighten or darken your photos and videos in real-time, with a simple nudge of the slider in either direction.

This image was taken on an iPhone 6 Plus without exposure control.

iPhone 6 Plus (No Exposure Austin Mann 004)

And the same image, this time taken using exposure controls.

iPhone 6 Plus (Exposure Austin Mann 005)

Check out Mann’s video below.

As for the optical image stabilization on the iPhone 6 Plus (commonly found on DSLRs) and the software image stabilization on the iPhone 6, these features help reduce shakiness and blurring when shooting video or capturing photos.

But thanks to Focus Pixels, the handsets can now provide constant focus as you capture video. That’s right, no longer do you have to tap-to-refocus like an animal when panning the camera around or when an object appears in the foreground.

Unfortunately, Mann’s video highlighting image stabilization and auto-focus video isn’t embeddable so I’ll just post a comparison frame below.

iPhone 6 Plus (Autofocus video 006)

“Time-lapses are another great place to use auto-exposure and auto-focus lock,” Mann writes. “Doing so will ensure your iPhone isn’t constantly shifting focus as new elements enter and leave the frame”.

Don’t forget to check out Austin’s website and give other videos a watch.

The iPhone 6/Plus can capture 1080p video at 60 frames per second and create Slo-Mo clips at 240 frames per second. By comparison, the iPhone 5s captures 1080p video in standard 30FPS and Slo-Mo footage at 120FPS.

“The great thing about carrying the iPhone as my primary shooting device is it’s simple yet so powerful: it’s ready to capture virtually any scenario I encounter,” remarked Mann. “It enables images like this in a way no other camera ever could, no matter the cost,” he said.

Mann wraps up by concluding that photographers are “really going to enjoy” the new handsets due to features like way better low-light performance, “a massive viewfinder” and such tools as time-lapse videos, auto-focus video, manual exposure control and more.

And how do you like these images?

Would you say that the iPhone 6’s camera is a marked improvement over the iPhone 5s’s shooter?

[Austin Mann via The Verge]

  • Rares

    In your face Samsung!

    • So we don’t need more pixels to take better photos awesome, Samsung will probably never learn this lesson.

      • Jason Baroni

        And we also know that the next Galaxy will support a 19MP Camera, with a slightly bigger screen and support for some no-one-cares payment service and features.

      • I’d like to place a bet that the Galaxy S6 will have a metal frame the same as the Note 4 and Alpha, Curved glass and dual LED like much like the TrueTone flash.

        To be fair I know the Note 2, 4 and the S3 had curved glass..

      • leart

        Its so ugly that they copied even the name from iphone and now we have 3gs, 4s, 5s and gs3, s4, s5 meh.
        I found this tweet very interesting 🙂

      • @dongiuj

        Aren’t the galaxy phones named GS3, GS4 and GS5?

      • @dongiuj

        I could be wrong but hasn’t the GS4 and GS5 got a metal frame? I know the GS5 has.

      • Lol no. Its painted plastic. Painted to look like brushed metal (GS4) or just chrome paint (GS5).

      • @dongiuj


      • Yeah they don’t need more MP to take better photos, they need it to take better zoomed/cropped photos. Apple will probably never need to learn this lesson with the amount of sheeps they have.

      • Its a fair trade off. I personally never need to zoom in that far.. well far enough so my camera was blurry.. If you care about higher specs then the iPhone just isn’t for you..

      • A fair tradeoff? There’s no need for any major tradeoff. MP is just another property of the sensor (http://bit ly/1f9Cd6n), it’s not some stand-alone feature. The trade-off would be having a protruding camera lens, which the iPhone 6 already has due to excess thinnovation. If they had kept the iPhone 5 thikness, they could have fitted in an even bigger battery and more MP.

        I care about getting the best bang for my buck, so the official iPhone is definitely not for me.

      • Its not their fault you feel as though its not worth the price..

      • BoardDWorld

        Pays to ignore him after a while. He’s in his own funny little world which I’ve concluded is impossible to understand.

      • @dongiuj

        Be careful. Apparently you could get banned for “pointless heated debates”. A couple of people here have already cried about it. Please stay on direct topic and pro apple.

      • Anton Zuykov

        You not always want to have more pixel density, since it ruines low light performance.

      • Really? Do you have any source to backup such claim? I’ve never heard that note MP = worse low-light performance.

      • Anton Zuykov


        “I’ve never heard that more MP = worse low-light performance.”
        It is not that MP = worse.
        It is smaller pixel area = more noise.

        Everybody that does digital photography on a decent level knows that.

        The idea is that a limited small area of a sensor captures certain # of photons that get converted into voltage level that later can be measured and digitized. Apart from having voltage from photons, a sensor element also produces a heat noise – parasitic noise-like voltage fluctuations – that get generated by a sensor since it has temp above 0K = has to do with the way sensors work and their current technology.

        Level of noise stays the same for the same design of a pixel/sensor, albeit if a pixel is of larger size, the sheer number of captured photons will get signal-to-noise ratio larger (probability of a photon hitting a pixel is larger due to its larger area) making useful voltage larger, and noise being less noticeable, comparing to a useful signal voltage.

        Reverse is applied too – less photons – more gain has to be used (I am talking about gain that you have to apply to individual voltage in every sensor element in order to digitize the value – it is done by on-board chip that is near the sensor or integrated into the sensor itself). That brings a useful signal level up along with noise and you can see visible noise on the resulting image.

        I hope I didn’t make it too confusing. 🙂

      • Unicorn Drank

        Samsung might not but consumers still.think more is better.

    • Jason Masters

      Do you get paid by apple seriously man that’s weak.?

  • madrigalz

    The real question is; Will it blend?

    • Rares

      This is you liking our own comment.

      • madrigalz

        What u talking about Craig?

      • you probably upvoted your own post by accident.. can be easily undone though…

      • madrigalz

        Yeah I did accidentally

      • leart

        Don’t worry everyone did that once without knowing that it was possible to like your own comment 😉

      • Kurt

        Congrats on not trolling someone for once! Keep it up.

      • leart

        Big brother?!
        Im here just because i own these not like someone else who is trying to convince other people to try samsushi note 4 all the time 😉

      • Kurt

        What’s samsushi note 4? Sounds like that Samsung Note 4 phone that has been tested to have the best screen of all mobile devices. Most accurate colors and all. But I’ll go and check out that samsushi phone, I guess they are a Japanese company.

      • @dongiuj

        I think he/she is displaying his/her cultural ignorance by getting Korea and Japan mixed up. Either that or he/she is a true racist in real life and can’t think of any more original comments so shows how low he/she really is.
        Best leave it be just in case we get banned for “heated pointless discussions” that are started by other people.

      • @dongiuj

        A photo of somebody’s apple devices doesn’t mean that they are yours. Your photo is no proof. They could be your mum and dad’s or your friend’s or even a photo of the internet. It would be nice to think that you could believe somebody when they tell you that they have a certain device, I see no reason in somebody lying about it, do you?

      • Andrew

        …and this is how you look like when you don’t know the difference between “you’re” and “your”.

      • YOU’RE an idiot because my use of “your” is 100% correct. Unless you weren’t talking to me, and your favorite color is GLITTER!!

      • Justin Rowe

        He was talking about Rares meme dude lol

      • I realized that, they should pay better attention to who they reply to before correcting someone else’s mistake..

      • BoardDWorld

        You’re is shortened for you are. So lets write that out:

        “When you are liking you are own post”.

        I’ll let you be the judge.

      • He replied to me but wasn’t the one who posted the meme so I didn’t know what he was talking about.

      • Rares

        Actually I just googled that meme.

  • Ara Rezaee

    Holy Steve Jobs Ghost! Didn’t expect that much of an improvement, but holy Steve Jobs Ghost!!!

  • kay appleseed

    great work apple. With all the criticisms flying around, i really wanted something like this…. Hey shamshung, you are an idiot….;)

    • @dongiuj

      Shamshung? Is that your Sean Connery impression for Samsung?

  • jp2002

    GGWP apple!

  • Ваше Онтатиле Масвибилили

    That is a very nice pic

  • Samsung and other Android bitches will make their ass fire 😀

    • @dongiuj

      You put a little laughing face at the end of your own incomplete sentence. Please complete it because I’m really looking forward to your joke.

  • Naw Naw

    The real question here: who paid the costs of this trip to Island. Apple of course.

    • ericesque

      No. The real question is how does the camera perform. I don’t care who funded the trip. I am not influenced by the opinion of a photographer I have never heard of. I am influenced by the results he achieved with the new iPhone.

      • workin

        Since it’s obviously a sales pitch with bs language throughout, you can only learn the benefits from seeing the images created and reading through the hype.

  • Dan

    can’t see the video because I’m at work, but as for the pictures… not sure if I’m missing a critical aspect, but apart from the sunset and green hills, the other pictures don’t look that good…

    • Merman123

      Lol! This guy.

      • Dan

        What can I say, more impressed by clear crip photography than foggy terrain. There will no doubt be better examples later on. Keep on Lol’ing Merman.

      • BoardDWorld

        The 4th image down with low lying clouds is very impressive. It has exposed the image evenly allowing details to come through in the foreground and background. Typically you would expect to see very little of the foreground to be able to see the background as clear as it is.

      • Annie Leonhardt

        He’s holding a Samsung. LOL

      • BoardDWorld

        He’s back on iPhone 5S from memory, he just hasn’t updated his avatar.

    • Rowan09

      The video will show you better.

    • Andrew Roth

      That’s exactly what I thought. Look at how great this blurry picture is!

    • Alberto Espinal

      Hey Dan, how are you?

  • Adam

    Love the new cameras..

    • Kurt

      6 Plus is very nice, but 6 isn’t.

  • Rowan09

    Nice. Just went to the Apple store to see both phones and they are very thin and I’m happy I decided to get the gold. I’ll have my Plus on Wednesday even though it was said to be delivered by Oct. 1-7th. I can only imagine what will happen when Apple increases the pixel count.

    • Adam

      Did you get a chance to hold the Plus in one hand?

      • Eddie Hines

        i did. its a bit slippery so i will buy a case

      • Adam

        Thanks for the tip. Which case are you planning on buying? I’ll need to buy one too..

      • Alberto Espinal

        Yea it’s very slippery, people that are saying that they are going naked I will tell them no go! Cause that thing is as slippery as a wet bar of soap!

      • Rowan09

        Yes, but as Eddie said its a little slippery. The phone being thin definitely helps out with the size. I always put a case on my iPhone though since it feels bare to me. I bought a case from eBay but looking to purchasing a Spigen case when available.

      • Guest

        If you put cases on your iPhones, you can never talking about the premium feel.

      • Rowan09

        That’s true.

      • Shadowelite123

        Actually I held the iPhone 6 and it didn’t really feel slippery to me. Just felt like it had a much better feel on my hand. Slippery was not an issue for me.

    • veda99

      Delivers by the end of Tuesday

  • Ricky

    Waiting for Camera+ patiently here…

  • Vidro

    What kind of mount are they using?

    • Kurt

      it’s a camera stabilizer. It’s balanced on the top and bottom. You can see how he holds the camera in order to keep it perfectly balanced and hence very stable video. iPhone 6 needs that, but I doubt 6 Plus really needed it.

  • VictorMartino

    Nothing’s changed. As long as I can properly focus on the object with tap to focus and by not shaking my hands I can get the same pictures with the 5S. I’m extremely disappointed at Apple in the camera department. More Megapixels DOES mean better photos, considering you can zoom in and not loose as much detail, which is great for when you take that awesome group shot, but want to crop your face so that you can use it as your profile picture.

    • mlee19841

      i agree. on paper its not that big of a jump from the 5s-6/6 plus. all that’s really going on here in the big screen and nfc.

      • Rowan09

        HD screen, M8 processor, better battery, camera and faster processor. What else did you expect to see? Isn’t this what every phone does to improve?

      • mlee19841

        explain how the faster processor will help you. will it run apps faster or open them faster. Will that 1gb of ram be sufficient enough to not have to reload apps. The camera is basically the same check the spec sheet. That HD screen and the Nfc and battery life is a toss up since its still early and people haven’t had the device a full 24 hours. Also to get a better screen and better battery people really have to get a larger device. How lame is that. If you think this is some over the moon improvement your lost buddy. Obliviously you think it is since your trying to defend is so much. Die hard fans like yourself always are right!! Enjoy your 6/6+..

      • Rowan09

        The faster and more efficient processor will open apps faster and make the OS smoother, etc. Lets stop this reloading nonsense, I have a Note 2 and it reloads and crashes all the time and I have only 2 apps on it. This nonsense about 4Gb of RAM is just to boast and it proves it when the iPhone beats octa core processors, etc. I actually owned all the iPhones since the 2G so I’ve seen the difference myself and it’s just nonsense your speaking with absolutely no website backing your claim. Who said anything about an over the moon improvement? Give me another phone that’s an other the moon inprovement? Is the Note 4 an over the moon improvement over the Alpha or Note 3? Is the S5 and over the moon improvement over the S4? Is the M8 and over the moon improvement over the M7? No but they are all improvements and that’s all that matters. How can a HD screen be a toss up? Man that is just nonsense. The batter life was also tested by reviewers and it’s better but I’ll get mine on Tuesday and see for myself. Regardless of your nonsense the iPhone is always the best or equals all the best Android phones on the market.

    • quedini

      Actually that’s simply not true. More pixels doesn’t change the change the quality of an image or the detail in it. It does mean that you have a larger image to zoom in on and the there is more image detail in the zoom, but a camera with small lens shooting at 16mp with still have crappy zoom in quality similar to that of a camera with 8mp perhaps slightly less grainy. It comes down to the quality lenses and the image processing sensor and tiny camera phone lenses will only get you so much. Which is why the nokia lumina made some headway. They sacrificed the slim flat design for more camera punch, along with adding a bunch of megapixels to boot. Although it was still just a camera phone pic, it was an upgraded image from the other players. This is not to say that b/c a phone has a larger megapixel. At the end of the, while phone pictures are all the rage, expecting a phone to give you dslr level zoom-in quality just b.c you make it larger is unrealistic.

    • Rowan09

      If you watched the video you’ll see the camera stayed in focus while with the 5s you have to touch the screen to get back in focus. The 5s camera is great but this camera is better. There’s no way to say a camera without OIS is the same as a camera with OIS.

    • MaxCox

      I’m not impressed either, but never fear. Next year if Apple updates the camera and brings out something more than 8 megapixels, you will see all these Apple nut huggers raving about the new camera and how it’s so much better than the one before.

      • Rowan09

        Do you own the 6? How can people comment on how it’s the same even though it’s not and don’t own the device? If they increase the mp we won’t brag about the increase in mp making the camera better. As I stated many times Nokia made a 40mp camera and the 5s beats it in some tests. If mp was the be end all that would never happen.

      • n0ahcruz3

        If u read what i said, i preordered one. Im not impressed with it spec wise. Nothing u can do to change that. Some people are not die hard apple fan.
        Ops wrong reply sorry peace.

      • Rowan09

        I never asked you anything. I’m a fan, but I could care less who likes it and who dislikes it. All I said was how are people commenting about this product not being impressive when they haven’t used it? We’ve been through this already every year where the iPhone outperforms or equals every top Android device and yet still people are still complaining. Everyone has a right to complain, but I’m just asking to hate when you actually use or own the device.

      • n0ahcruz3

        Yeah that why i said wrong reply disqus acting up on me. Anyway i dont dislike apple in fact only used iPhones until i switch to android(moto g entry level device) and i was impressed with it even tho it doesnt have a specs like the flagship phones do. Some of us iPhone users(not fanboys) are just disappointed that Apple didnt put specs that are in-par with flagship android. (Imo) apple’s software ios8 is excellent but hardware lets face it it’s sub par. I was one of the people here that praised apple when ios7 was unveiled. I give apple credit when the credit is due and i also criticized if i dislike some.

      • Rowan09

        I understand, but subpar specs on paper doesn’t mean anything. You can look at how the iPhone performs against all those phones and it’s not subpar it beats them or equals the best phones on the market. We are caught up in a number game and it doesn’t make sense when the iPhone is performing very well. I understand people wanted 2GB but on the iPad I believe it’s more needed. To each his/her own.

      • n0ahcruz3

        The i6 4.7″ 326 ppi is ok imo. My sister who has S3 with 4.8″ 306ppi looks ok image-wise. The iphone 6+ on the other hand i praised it for having 1080p and OIS. But 1gb ram is disappointment on both devices. Apple should’ve put 2gb atleast. And the battery capacity on the i6 is also a disappointment. They shouldve remain with i5’s thickness add more battery capacity and no protruding camera. Front cam should ve been 2mp for an ultimate selfie smartphone.

      • Rowan09

        You have your opinion and that’s cool.

      • Alberto Espinal

        Rowan, this trolls just like to talk, they don’t even have Apple products but yet they fill their mouth with things they don’t even know, jealousy!!

      • Alberto Espinal

        This jealous trolls! We can never get rid of, how is your life in the Android side? Miserable? Well I don’t understand why bother to come here and talk crap, I understand this is just a phone that we talking about but it’s the principle of things, myself I thing I would have a big pair of balls to go to an Android site and start talking bad about their phones and don’t tell me you have an Apple product because that’s what every troll say

      • @dongiuj

        I think you need to calm down with your presumptions and accusations or somebody might report you for repeatedly “trolling” with your “troll” comments and instigating pointless heated discussions. If somebody says they own a specific item then maybe they own it. You don’t need to keep on with the same delusional thoughts or pure ignorance. Also, before you say anything, posting a photo of a person with an apple device on here doesn’t prove anything. So, if you can’t prove that people don’t have an apple device I suggest you keep quiet about any more of your persistent “troll” comments.

      • Alberto Espinal


      • Alberto Espinal

        I can say whatever i F*k i want and you ain’t stoping me, you can reply whatever you want and i still going to post whatever i want!!

    • Kurt

      More megapixels is a better camera. Definitely. Only iSheep would argue otherwise. But if you put in more megapixels you need to put in the option to shoot at lower MP when you want. I never print out pictures so I love both a 13mp camera that I can zoom in with and love being able to take most of my pictures at lower mp.

      It’s great to see OIS finally in the iPhone. That should be in all flagship phones. Another reason the iPhone 6 is just a mid-tier phone and should be avoided. 6 Plus is much better.

      • Adrayven

        isheep huh, your intelligence shines as you blindly group people by what phone they use and call them names! GREAT IDEA!

        DURRRR – you know.. I hear they did that with race and gender a while back? Good to know bigotry lives on in the tech world! /sarcasm

      • Kurt


    • Large size photo (megapixel) doesn’t mean high quality, only if you want to print to outdoor. But I agree with you. Including I noticed granulation on this beautiful photo. I also expected more in the item photo, including video for at least 2K resolution.

  • n0ahcruz3

    Meh not impressed with the camera

  • mlee19841

    nope. u have to swap it out with a different phone

  • waqass

    Is this possible to defocus background (selective focus )on iphone 6 ?

    • Adrayven

      yes, a tap on the object you want focus on will do that manually for you.

  • Rowan09

    You can’t be serious. Are you looking on paper to try and make a point? Go and check the web and see if anyone agrees with your opinion. I’ve had all those phones and the 5 camera was better than the 4S and the 5s was better with the shutter speed, low light compared to both devices by far and focus was also way better. I don’t have my Plus yet so I can’t compare. I hope you also know the iPhone is one of the best if not the best smart phone camera on the market. I just don’t get why anyone still talks about MP when Nokia made a 40 MP phone and it still doesn’t beat all smartphones in every category. It’s obvious from the video the 6 plus camera is better than the 5s.

    • Kurt

      iPhone’s have one of the best, but better than Nokia? no way. iPhones never had OIS. You have to look at the high degree of detail in shadows you get with Lumia’s phones. It’s incredible. No iPhone has come close. OIS is gonna make a great difference in video and image quality on the iPhone 6 Plus. I wonder if there is a noticeable difference between OIS in phone cameras? This is the feature I really want in my next phone. I’m glad both phones I am considering have them

      • Rowan09

        I never did the review it is online that the colors look unnatural. Having more MP doesn’t mean everything. In general the camera is better but not in all cases.

      • Kurt

        I prefer lower MP. But I do love the ability to have higher when needed. But most pictures I want them lower MP. Hopefully Apple will give us higher MP and the ability to take pictures at a much lower MP. Apple uses one of the best cameras in their phones but overall they’re near the top, not the best.

  • Don’t see what’s so mind blowing about the almost black image…regardless, 8MP ain’t gonna give you any lossless zooming or good quality cropped photos, but iHypocrites probably won’t see the benefit until Apple implements it…typical.

    • Guest

      ummm…. Okay

    • Kurt

      I like having the option of taking 13mp with my phone or taking images in a lower mp. I don’t zoom often, but I do. Not having the option and being stuck at a lower 8mp sucks but not the end of the world. For me, I care more about manual controls. I’m always adjusting exposure levels.

    • Adrayven

      You realize by calling people names because of what phone they have you yourself are infect a hypocrite.. right? durrrrrrr

      • You realize an iHypocrite isn’t just someone that uses an iPhone, right? Here’s some newbie insight: an iHypocrite is the one that you’d see calling certain competitor stuff garbage/gimmick, then when the same thing comes to an Apple device, it’s the best thing since sliced bread.

        I use an iPhone, but at least you don’t see me turning a blind eye to competitor stuff…

  • Dao Sasone

    Apple sucs as alwayz.

    • Alberto Espinal

      Yea they suck, like the 4 millions in 24hrs!

      • Dao Sasone

        4 mill isheep that has too much pride to admit they wanted a bigger screen and waited since the iph5.

      • Alberto Espinal

        So what! It’s here and we have it, it’s very sad that you have to come over to an Apple site to express your Fandroid feelings, sorry bro!!

      • Dao Sasone

        How do u no ima guy? N how do u no ima fandroid? Stop assuming.

      • Adrayven

        technological bigots are the best! YES! Lets all run around in white hood and beat all people with a certain brand of phone and call the names! /s

  • Jason Masters

    I have android and apple devices I love them both but the thing about these people on here fanboys is that you give apple free advertising why on earth if you are not getting paid would you advertise for some company for free??
    No matter how much I love a device I’m not going to go out and bash other companies or even defend the product I have that’s for the companies to do I just simply bought the thing it’s ludicrous to waste your time giving away free advertising.!

    • Adrayven

      so, your argument to not show what it can do, is greed? wow.

      • Jason Masters

        Not greed capitalism and common sense tell me your not that dense

  • Kurt

    Apple always cheats in these type videos (yes other companies do to)…During the 4S when they talked about the software image stabilization they showed a video of a hot hair balloon being filled with hot hair. and they camera magically rose 15 feet in the hair to get shots of the hot air balloon. and it was silky smooth. 4S, 5, 5S, 6 videos are anything but smooth. Apple did this with use of a crane.

    Here Apple paid for a device called a camera stabilizer, which the camera is mounted to-here an iPhone. Notice he uses it to test the quality of the videos stabilization. The device is weighted on the bottom and the top to be the same and if you hold it in the middle it is balanced and you will get smooth videos. Show us videos using your hand to hold it and let the OIS lens do the work.

  • Kurt

    240fps is so nice. I wouldn’t definitely use it

  • Kurt

    Why would you want 128gb in a phone? Obviously you won’t fill it up with apps. Will you be taking lots of videos? Just curious.

  • Ottawa Gamerz

    so the big apple big phone has come and gone 🙂 now its time for the note 4 to outshine apple big one 🙂

    • Adrayven

      buuuuurp… /board now..

  • Steven Pedraza

    This is my bird. I love my bird.

  • Ahmed El Mazny

    The camera for the iphone 6 is the best phone camera till now. Although samsung has higher megapixels the iphone 6, iphone still is better in taking pictures. As apple doesnt keep increasing megapixels but it improves the technology of the camera and the flash.

    Also they added new technology to the ios 8 which gives a variety of ways for taking pictures. For example now you can set a timer or you can turn on the exposure. In addition to that you can add effects like x-ray or black and white.