New iPhone 6 Features 8MP camera with f/2.2 aperture and an all-new sensor

It looks like that Apple decided to stay with 8 megapixel for the iPhone 6′s rear camera, but it is made a number of other improvements. The camera comes in at 1.5µ pixels, with a ƒ/2.2 aperture, true tone flash, and an all-new image sensor, which Apple says has ‘focus pixels.’ Apparently these pixels do “phase detection” autofocus, which amounts to autofocus that’s twice as fast as the 5s’ camera.

Apple says that with the new technology it’s added to its iSight camera, face detection is faster, and blink / smile detection is much improved. Also Panoramas can be up to 43 megapixels now. This is where things get a little dicey, the iPhone 6 has digital image stabilization, but the 6 Plus has optical image stabilization.

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