The next iPhone will be coming out either this summer or this fall. There are many rumors floating around about what new features will be included in the next generation of iPhones. The camera is one of those areas that Apple is looking to improve. The iPhone already comes with a great camera. Historically, Apple has raised the bar for smart phone cameras.
At WWDC, Apple showed us what iOS 8, the next generation operating system for the iPhone, looks like. A big part of iOS 8 is the new photo features which includes the capability of full manual control of the camera and new intelligent auto-adjust tools. To get the most out of these tools, Apple needs to look past the mega-pixel war and examine other areas that need improvement.
The current iPhones have a 8MP camera, which is plenty big for a smart-phone camera. Instead of looking at the quantity of pixels, users need to look at quality. There are three areas Apple should put their time in improving before they start adding more pixels.
It is time to look past the mega-pixel war and focus on other areas of the camera. Focus, dynamic range, and ISO are the big three. All three areas will greatly improve the quality of the photo instead of just the pixel count. With these improvements, Apple could surpass most point-n-shoot cameras on the market today.
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