Last week, Apple unveiled the new iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus at an event along with the new Watch Series 2. All the announcements are officially out and we have all the details that we need. When you talk about these new smartphones, the first thing to note here are the new cameras. Both iPhones come with a new camera sensor. Apple also flaunted some of the camera samples also during the event. Looking at all the images that we saw during the keynote, it looks like the cameras are going to be exceptional, especially the dual rear cameras on the iPhone 7 Plus.
Now some of the photos taken on an iPhone 7 Plus camera has been unveiled. These photographs were taken by Sports Illustrated photographer David E. Klutho at the Titans-Vikings game. The iPhone 7 Plus has a 12-megapixel telephoto camera, which offers some new improved zooming capabilities, which allows users to zoom into the subject for more detailed shots. Now let’s take a look at these images and see what this camera is capable of doing.
Looking at the camera samples, it looks like the camera in the iPhone 7 Plus is going to be exceptional, at least under natural lighting. All these photos were taken under bright daylight in perfectly lit condition. So it is safe to say that the camera is going to be quite impressive on this one. It appears that the dual camera on the iPhone 7 Plus is doing an exceptional job here. All the photos have beautiful colours and have nice details all around. The light is distributed evenly across the shots and focus is spot on, on the subjects. Stay tuned for more detailed info on this and stay tuned to Phone Radar for more coverage on iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus.