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[* black] Next out, the iPhone's 12 MP peeper!
[* black] This year's camera offers a substantial spec bump from the [guide|29213|6|stepid=69250], including the first resolution increase since the iPhone 4s.
[* black] [http://www.engadget.com/2014/12/17/this-stunning-4k-video-was-captured-with-an-iphone-6/|50%http://www.engadget.com/2015/09/09/apples-iphone-6s-camera-makes-a-leap-in-quality/|50% more focus pixels|new_window=true] means faster, more accurate autofocus without a drop in quality.
[* black] [http://www.engadget.com/2014/12/17/this-stunning-4k-video-was-captured-with-an-iphone-6/|50%http://www.engadget.com/2015/09/09/apples-iphone-6s-camera-makes-a-leap-in-quality/|50% more focus pixels|new_window=true] means faster, more accurate autofocus without a drop in quality.
[* black] The new iSight camera also brings the iPhone into the arena of 4K video recording, which has previously been dominated by Android phones.
[* black] Increased pixel density often comes at the cost of a decrease in individual pixel quality, due to crosstalk from competing photodiodes, but this new iSight camera includes some cool technologies that mitigate that issue.
[* icon_note] There are electrically insulating trenches etched between the sensor's photodiodes, a process called [http://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/gear/a17277/iphone-6s-camera-deep-trench-isolation/|Deep Trench Isolation], to compensate for leakage between densely-packed pixels.