Apple Stays At Same iPhone 6s Features 8 Megapixel Camera

25.02.2015

Recently, some of rumors talked about that the iPhone 6s features 8 megapixel camera with a dual-lens that will bring a significant jump in improving image quality.

Back in 2011Apple company switched to an 8MP resolution sensor with the iPhone 4s. And has since that time it stuck to that resolution. However the company enhanced the individual pixel size and since then has used newer generation sensors with the aim to improve image quality in future iPhone versions.

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Due to analyst Jeff Pu, Largan Precision the biggest camera lens supplier to Apple company will be facing really limited growth this year as because Apple’s iPhone 6s features 8 megapixel camera decision. Although, he stated that companies, including Apple, will focus on adding Optical Image Stabilization and decreasing the autofocus time on their future high-end smartphones.

The analyst claimed that the next-generation iPhone camera specifications, will stay the same as the current iPhone 6 at 8-megapixels, limiting potential catalysts to push Largan’s stock price higher in the second half of the year.

Pu also noted that Largan’s sales for January came in below expectations has been decreased because of multiple reasons. It was coursed by the reduced demand for the Apple’s iPhone and a smaller mix of the iPhone 6 Plus sensors in its shipment to the Cupertino giant.

As already demonstrated by Apple company the quality of the camera has many opportunities with the sensor resolution. With the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were launched with an 8MP sensor, they perform better than the LG G3, Galaxy Note 4, and other Android smartphones that indicates significantly higher resolution sensors. Apple’s combination of an 8MP sensor and larger 1.5u pixels helps the new iPhones to shoot such stellar photos.



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