Apple CEO – Tim Cook boasted yesterday photographs, which can create iPhone 7 Plus. Moments were captured during a weekend rugby match in the United States. Photos presented really well.
A few days ago, namely on September 7 – Apple finally presented the long-awaited iPhone 7 and Apple Watcha Series 2. Although the latest technology has already appeared in pre-it's still the first copies not yet found their way to consumers. This does not mean that all new models are produced in boxes.
Touchdown iPhone 7! First photos on @SInow https://t.co/BHXoA83ZgU
– Tim Cook (@tim_cook) September 11, 2016
Probably Tim Cook did not want to include a similar situation that took place at the beginning of the year in which the Apple boss boasted a photo of not satisfactory quality. At that time, some users complained Cookowi poor photography skills, while others pointed to inadequate iSight camera on your smartphone Apple.The above photos were taken by David E. Klutho the site of Sports Illustrated using the 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus. Klutho appeared on the rugby match, which clashed Titans vs. Vikings during the past weekend. The journalist tried a new mechanism to create images in a dual camera smartphone, as well as optical zoom. The latter is the first of its kind in the iPhone, thanks to the implementation of a telephoto lens that offers a 2x zoom. Pictures, which boasted Cook looks really good. They have not only depth, but also in focus – regardless of when grasping an object or players who were on the move or pose for photos. It should however be noted that photographs were taken in a beautiful and sunny day, which does not run out of good lighting. The most interesting tests of the new iSight camera in the 5.5-inch model is expected only from the first users, who will carry out more rigorous testing iPhone 7. Source: Sports Illustrated