With new iPhones just around the corner, all sorts of rumours, reports and interesting speculations are pouring in regarding what to expect from the upcoming smartphones. The biggest expectation of them all however is from the iSight camera, with some analysts claiming that the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will bring the most significant camera update in at least two years.
(Shot on iPhone 6)
Photographer Austin Mann has today put up a lengthy blog post, discussing what is expected from the cameras of next generation iPhones. He is certain that the camera upgrades will be substantial, and regardless of the features, he believes that this will be the year when the iPhone becomes widely regarded as “one of the best pro imaging tools out there”.
Here are some of the main improvements expected in the iPhone 6s camera:
- 4K video capability
- 12 megapixel photos
- Force Touch quick camera access
- Faster processor
- Moderate low-light improvements
- Faster burst mode
- Camera/Siri integration
- Better photo-to-print integration
The photographer doesn’t expect any optical zoom or any improvement in slow-mo. To read in more detail about each feature, hit up the source.