The bigger screens on the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus might be the most notable change to Apple’s new gadgets, but there are some other fresh features these phones have that their predecessors don’t.
The camera, for instance, is a lot better.
Besides better overall image quality, here are three quick video demos of what the new iPhone 6 camera can do.
The camera automatically focuses on moving objects in the foreground or background. You don’t have to double tap the screen to focus on a subject:
There’s a new time-lapse video feature:
The video recorder has a special stabilisation feature. Even if you’re shooting video while moving around, the video will come out still. However, this only works on the iPhone 6 Plus, not the iPhone 6. The person who shot this video was also riding a bike on a bumpy path:
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