Best ever Smartphone Camera:
Yes, you heard it right, the iPhone 6 and the 6 Plus is now rated as the best smartphone camera ever designed. please note that the higher Mega Pixel camera doesnt always mean that it can have better quality. There are lots of factors like Sensors & filters which makes the camera a better one and iPhone 6 has the best. It continues to sport 8-megapixel f/2.2 rear camera, and the addition of several new features gives highly improved picture quality. Protruding lens design proves that Apple never sacrifices for the sake of the thin design of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.
“Focus Pixels,” feature is designed to speed up autofocusing by providing sensor with more information about an image, while improved auto image stabilization will compensate for motion blur and hand shakiness while taking a snap. Focus Pixels will vastly speed up autofocusing time in even low light situations, as shown in a review of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus cams. Both iPhones have more control over exposure, and the Panorama feature now supports high-resolution panoramic photos of up to 43 megapixels.
Video options: have been improved in the both devices, and it’s now possible to capture 1080p HD video at 60fps. There’s also a new 240fps slo-mo mode, and time-lapse video, which was introduced with iOS 8. Slo-Mo video is the one i’m much waiting for to test 😀 and the tiem-lapse video is awesome and it also works on iPhone 4s smoothly.
The iPhone 6 Plus has one slight advantage when it comes to the camera, however, as it takes advantage of the M8 motion coprocessor to offer optical image stabilization. As a result, it’s likely the iPhone 6 Plus will be able to deliver very higher quality low-light photos than the iPhone 6. With these hardware improvements on new devices, Apple says the front-facing camera can capture 81 percent more light, resulting in much better low-light photos. There’s also a new burst mode for the front-facing camera, which will let users take burst mode selfies for the first time in Smartphones.
Apple’s iPhone 6 and 6 Plus both comes with faster LTE with support for LTE Advanced networks,supporting speeds of up to 150 Mbps, and they offer 20 LTE bands for better connectivity while in travel. The devices also include support for Voice over LTE (VoLTE) which allows users to make higher-quality phone calls over LTE. VoLTE will also allow users on CDMA networks like Verizon to use voice and data simultaneously for the first time.
In addition to cellular improvements, the iPhone 6 and the 6 Plus are the first of Apple’s iOS devices to offer support for 802.11ac Wi-Fi. The 802.11ac Wi-Fi is able to offer connection speeds that are up to 3 times faster than existing 802.11n networks.
Wifi Calling: This is the future of communication fr sure! Finally, the iPhone 6 supports calls over Wi-Fi, which can result in higher-quality calls, especially in situations where a cellular connection is low, likely in the interiors. Calling over Wi-Fi is another feature that requires carrier support, but again, some carriers, like T-Mobile, have already pledged support.