Monday, 5 October 2015

Apple Has Just Missed The Mark On Being The Photo King Any Longer

An Apple lover, among many other things, is always looking forward to the Latest iPhone’s camera update. This year’s launch, the Apple iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus promised a lot in terms of picture quality. The company promised higher resolution, better captures, 4K videos and a lot more. But it seems Apple has been defeated in this its lead in the mobile photography race. There is a mix of terrific smartphone cameras. Sadly, now Apple’s iPhones have to try a lot harder when it comes to capturing the heart and soul of photo-lover.

For years, Apple has been renowned worldwide for its camera quality when it comes to Smartphones. There was even a time when the Company had a leg up from its rival, Android. Camera alone in an iPhone was the reason for people across the globe to choose this device. But in the last couple years, things have changed drastically. Major tech giants in the running like Samsung, Nokia, Motorola and LG have all somehow managed to equal the tough competition, while in some cases, have completed outshine and blown away the camera quality of the iPhone.

Although the announcement by Apple regarding it’s camera updates gave the notion that the company will take back the lead, but somehow it hasn’t been quite successful. This was perhaps the right time for the company to regain its long lost Glory in the world of camera quality and pictures, but the results aren’t as favorable as expected.

Though the new iPhone has resolution up to 12 megapixels, still it is not able to capture the details in a good click, which is a major letdown. Even when compared to Apple iPhone 6s and 6s plus’s predecessors, the camera resolution is a major letdown. Then how can the new launch even come to terms with Android phone’s camera quality. In fact, when it comes to phones like the S6 by Samsung, G4 by LG or Moto X by Motorola, their picture quality is way better and it renders details in the clicks which is quite pleasing. Out of the lot, the Moto X takes the lead by rendering the most clear details in broad daylight.

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