The Apple iPhone 7 is the latest iOS smartphone and is the follow up to last year’s iPhone 6S. It features a 12 megapixel camera, with an f/1.8 fixed length (28mm equivalent) lens. Although it has the same resolution as its predecessor, Apple claims that the camera is a “huge advancement" in comparison, and that everything is entirely new. Not only has the maximum aperture improved from the f/2.2 of the iPhone 6S, but the camera is promised to be 60% faster and 30% more efficient. Other specifications of interest to photographers include a TrueTone flash, optical image stabilisation (previously only available on the iPhone Plus model), the ability to shoot raw format photos and a 7 megapixel front-facing (selfie) camera.
Apple iPhone 7 is still a couple of weeks away for most Indians. However, that hasn’t prevented at least some people from bringing in the devices from other markets where the phone has been successfully launched. We were fortunate enough to get our hands on one of these devices and will have it with us for a couple of days. We will use the opportunity to live with the new iPhone 7 and see how much of a better experience is it offering.
How To Transfer Photos From iPhone To Computer??
Are you struggling with transferring photos from your iPhone to your computer? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. With so many different solutions to this problem, it’s little wonder you’re confused. In this article, you’ll learn how to import photos from your iPhone to your computer.
- Transferring photos from iPhone to PC
- Send photos to your PC via iCloud
- Import photos using AutoPlay on Windows
- Transfer photos to your PC with the Windows photo app
I am currently using the Apple iPhone 6s Plus, and will try and compare the two phones in terms of camera, speed and performance. The comparison between the new iPhone 7 and last year’s iPhone 6s Plus camera. Both have 12MP rear cameras, but the iPhone 7 uses an f/1.8 aperture which gives it better performance in low light.