One of the most notable new features the iPhone 6s has to offer is a significantly improved camera that, for the first time in years, will feature more megapixels. Apple’s two new handsets have 12-megapixel rear-facing cameras and 5-megapixel front-facing cameras, with the iPhone 6s Plus also sporting optical image stabilization for both photos and videos. Other interesting iOS 9 camera features include support for 4K video recording, Live Photos, various recording modes for video and a front-facing camera flash.
But how good are the new iPhone 6s cameras? Where are the camera samples we usually see before a hot smartphone launches? Don’t worry, the wait is over.