Apple announced its next-generation iPhone 5s at a media event earlier this week at its Cupertino headquarters. The device is an “s” upgrade, which means it comes with the same exterior design, but has improved internals such as a faster 64-bit A7 chip, a fingerprint sensor and a vastly improved camera system.
The upgraded camera system features a larger f/2.2 aperture, a bigger image sensor, much better image stabilisation, new burst and slow-motion modes, and a “True Tone” dual-LED flash that intelligently figures out how much illumination a scene needs.
To demo the benefits of the upgraded camera system, Apple has included some real-world photos taken with the iPhone 5s’ 8MP camera on its website. Here are the images:
Apple has a great tagline to go with the new camera system upgrade. It says “It just makes more sense to teach iPhone how to take a great picture rather than teach people how to be expert photographers.”
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