Tim Cook Shared The First Photos Taken With iPhone 7 Plus

Among bated breath, after months of rumors and leaks, Apple introduced last September 7 in San Francisco iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Phil Schiller, product, exhibited all the features that integrate both devices. La, exclusive iPhone 7 Plus, dual camera was presented as one of the great innovations of this generation of iPhones.

img-cook-iphone7plus-test-cameraAlthough there are already phones on the market that include dual camera, such as Huawei Honor P9 or 8 Apple has found a new use this feature. Overall, one chamber functions as a wide angle and the other acts as a telephoto lens. IPhone 7 Plus becomes the first smartphone to include optical zoom, a feature that significantly improves the quality of photos taken at a distance.

It also integrates a 12 megapixel sensor and an image stabilizer that has already been implemented successfully in the iPhone 6 Plus. According to the company, the new iPhone has an improved take pictures in low light thanks to its optical F / 1.8 mode. It is also up to 60% faster than previous models camera and flash can illuminate up to 50% over the scene.

SI is the first outlet to publish photos #shotoniphone7plus!
by David Klutho, more: https://t.co/TOsU6BgvY8 pic.twitter.com/cEvaXB9lZ4
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) September 12, 2016

The smaller iPhone 7 also features an improved camera, though it lacks the second (telephoto) lens seen on the Plus.

tim-cook-iphone7-pluseIPhone 7 Plus will be available in more than 25 countries from Friday September 16, but for now, Tim Cook has shared via Twitter the first pictures taken with the iPhone camera dual. Sunday, David E. Klutho, a photographer for Sports Illustrated, had the opportunity to test the new Apple smartphone in the football game Titans vs Vikings.

The publication of the images taken with the iPhone camera 7 Plus comes a few months after the controversial photograph of the Super Bowl.The Apple boss was ridiculed earlier this year when he tweeted a somewhat lousy image snapped during the post-match celebrations at the Super Bowl.

In these snapshots you can see the improvement in resolution and in more bright and vibrant colors, which captures this terminal. Netizens wasted little time in mocking Cook, with one asking if the picture was taken with a toaster and another suggesting he switch to using a Samsung Galaxy device instead. Cook later deleted the blurry photo.

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