Apple CEO Tim was obviously very proud as he tweeted a link to the Sports Illustrated photos of the Titans vs. Vikings NFL game taken by David E. Klutho and then a day later he tweeted another link to ESPN with photos of the US Open shot by Landon Nordeman.
— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) September 11, 2016
— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) September 12, 2016
What Cook is trying to say is that the iPhone 7 Plus’ camera is capable of taking even the most challenging images such as moving athletes and balls flying through the air.
The device is the first iPhone to be fitted with a dual 12MP rear camera.
One camera features a standard wide-angle lens, while the second camera features a telephoto lens that offers up to 2x optical zoom. It’s also capable of up to 10x digital zoom.
The new image signal processor on the iPhone 7 is also capable of calculating over 100 billion operations in just 25 milliseconds and the fact that it has an improved lens that lets in more light means that it still shoots great pictures even in poor lighting. The photos produced are essentially more accurate and have enhanced colour quality.
Some more software that will be available by the end of the year that will also enable the iPhone 7 to shoot a new type of “Portrait” mode, which will allow users to blur the background and make the image appear like it has a shallower depth of field.