For the Best Camera Quality
Without taking a wild and irresponsible guess, it's impossible to say how the new sensors and optics in the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus stack up next to the best Android and Windows handsets. Megapixel counts, as you may have heard, don't tell the full story, as some sensors collect more data per pixel, or use clever processing to combat dim lighting and corresponding image noise. Though camera quality can be highly subjective, the 8-megapixel iPhone 5s held its own against models with better specs, due in part to its two-tone flash and relatively unique sensor architecture. Like HTC, Apple opted for larger individual pixels, rather than more total pixels, and was bolstered by imaging software. Whether the iPhone 6 excels at photography, or falls short, it often takes little more than a software update to improve image quality. This is one feature that will require extended testing before drawing any real comparisons or conclusions.