When it comes to the camera on the iPhone, Apple has been able to offer buyers of its smartphone, one of the better photography experiences on a handset. Since the Apple iPhone 4s, Apple has been able to keep its rear snapper at 8MP, while competing with 13MP and 20MP rear cameras on other flagship models.
Earlier this year, we discussed the rear camera for the iPhone 6 and while there was some speculation that we would see another year with an 8MP camera, there was also talk about a possible 10+MP snapper with an aperture of f/1.8, perfect for those times when you're taking pictures in low-light conditions.
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source: Digi-Wo (translated) via GforGames