We have seen a number of photography experts and professional photographers review the camera on Apple’s new iPhone 6 Plus phablet. Apple’s iPhones are widely known for being among the best in the business when it comes to smartphone camera quality, and the optics on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are the best Apple has ever used. Since only the 6 Plus includes optical image stabilization (OIS), this is the handset photographers typically focus on when reviewing Apple’s latest handsets.
When it comes to just about anything involving cameras, Digital Photography Review is considered by many to be the definitive source of information and opinions. The site is widely known to be incredibly thorough in its analyses, and its writers’ opinions are widely respected.
Now, Digital Photography Review has finally turned its focus to the iPhone 6 Plus.
In a massive in-depth review penned by Lars Rehm that spans 11 pages, the site examines Apple’s latest and greatest smartphone camera from every imaginable angle. Rather than just offering opinions and maybe a few photo samples as most technology-focused sites do, DPReview dives deep into the 6 Plus camera and uses facts and data to support its opinions and conclusions.
How did the iPhone 6 Plus fare in this extensive review? How does it compare to other recent high-end smartphones? You won’t find any spoilers here — Digital Photography Review’s full review is linked below in our source section.