iPhone 6 Camera Compared To Previous iPhone Generations

Apple worked very hard on iPhone 6's camera in order to bring a powerful iSight camera to the users, especially those who use their devices in photographs. In every iPhone generation Apple release, the company improve the camera. So to prove what I am saying, Camera+ developer have done a massive comparison photo shoot between the iPhone 6, and every other major generation before it.

This awesome comparison include the original iPhone, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c and finally the iPhone 6. Each image is compared in detail, put side-by-side, and the results are pretty striking. Watching the cameras improve over time is pretty great, to say the least.
Just look at that iPhone 4 camera.

Here’s the results from the sunset test, with the image results at the top of the post:
“In the sunset photo comparison, we see a clear progression of the image quality improvements. An interesting find is that the iPhone 5S photo has significantly more contrast and vibrancy than the 6 shot. The iPhone 6 shot has more detail, but is a much flatter image. This could be due to Apple’s tweaking of the tone-mapping algorithm and perhaps a conscious decision to bring a more balanced RAW-like quality to the iPhone 6’s images. For photographers who want to control aspects like contrast and saturation in post-processing, this may be a welcomed change.“

 So what do you think ? Which one is better ?

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