Pu states about apple iphone 6s camera review is that camera specifications of the next-generation iPhone, dubbed the iPhone 6S/ آیفون 6, will remain the same as the current iPhone 6 at 8-megapixels, limiting potential catalysts to push Largan’s stock price higher in the second half of 2015. Pu said that although the migration to 8-megapixel and 13-megapixel lenses would remain strong among Chinese vendors of mid-tier and low-end phones, upgrades to 16-megapixel and 20-megapixel lenses for flagship phones would be slow given the limited supply of CMOS sensors which are used to convert light into electrons.
Originally when the iPhone 6 was announced in late 2014, many scoffed at the fact that Apple chose to keep “only” 1GB of ram on their newest device. Subsequent speed tests proved that specs don’t always determine the true speed and usability of a device. When tested, the iPhone 6 blew the Samsung Galaxy S6 out of the water which has 2GB of ram and a quad-core processor.
Now despite the fact that the iPhone makes do with less power and does a good job at that, a new report on Thursday is suggesting that Apple is preparing to make a leap in power that will potentially have a profound effect on performance for the upcoming iPhone 6. iPhone 6S specs are expected to be more impressive this year as the “S” in the name stands for speed.
Although a welcome addition, Apple is known to resist some technologies until they have proven themselves worthy and reliable. Let’s wait and see what comes of this.
The iPhone 6 didn’t surprise many with it’s camera specs when announced, at 8-megapixels, many Android smartphones easily dwarfed the pitiful number touted by the all new iPhone 6. However, megapixel count ahs never been the true symbol in determining actual quality on day to day usage of any camera. The iPhone 6 introduced focus pixels, an integrated one unit Tru-Tone flash and 1080p video at 60FPS. The optimizations Apple adds to the camera make up plenty for the lack of megapixels. Megapixels alone only determine the size of the photo and not the quality, the larger the image the more noise it will also acquire.
Now, new reports by Jeff Pu of Taipei Times (viaGforGames) are indicating apple iphone 6s camera review which retain the familiar size of 8-megapixels of several previous iPhone models. Apple originally introduced an megapixel rear camera on the iPhone 4S in 2011 and used similar but slightly modified modules for the iPhone 5, iPhone 5C and iPhone 5s. Although picture size didn’t increase, the actual sensor size on the iPhone 6 did increase and as a result, quality and low light pictures were made much better.
Amidst all the hype and pressure to maximize and enlarge, Apple is holding their ground with just 8-megapixels on the iPhone 6S camera and are doing rightfully so. With every increase of megapixel count, manufacturers open a can of worms due to the increased amount of distortion and noise the larger megapixel size invites. Unless the sensor size is increased alongside the megapixel upgrade, picture quality will deteriorate.
Details of the iPhone 6S / آیفون 6 remain limited as we are over 7 months away from release, yet this report certainly makes sense. Apple is not one to exchange quality for spec bumps, bigger is not always better.