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[* black] The rear-facing camera is easily dispatched with a pair of tweezers.
[* black] The back of the iSight camera is labeled DNL432 70566F MKLAB.
[* black] Just like the iPhone 5s, the 6 Plus features an 8 MP (with 1.5µ pixels) ƒ/2.2 aperture rear-facing camera. The 6 Plus brings two new additions to the table: optical image stabilisationstabilization, and "[http://austinmann.com/trek/iphone-6-plus-camera-review-iceland|Focus Pixel|new_window=true]" phase-detection autofocus.
[* black] Just like the iPhone 5s, the 6 Plus features an 8 MP (with 1.5µ pixels) ƒ/2.2 aperture rear-facing camera. The 6 Plus brings two new additions to the table: optical image stabilisationstabilization, and "[http://austinmann.com/trek/iphone-6-plus-camera-review-iceland|Focus Pixel|new_window=true]" phase-detection autofocus.
[* icon_note] Phase-detection autofocus has been around for [http://www.digitalcameraworld.com/2013/11/01/phase-detection-autofocus-how-your-dslrs-af-system-actually-works/|awhile|new_window=true] in DSLRs, but is relatively new to smartphones. However, the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus aren't the first to feature it — the Samsung Galaxy S5 had it [http://gizmodo.com/the-samsung-galaxy-s5s-killer-camera-feature-speed-1529922377|first|new_window=true].