With the release of new iPhones, journalists often compare their cameras with flagship solutions from other manufacturers or with previous models of the line. But this year, the American model Justin Ezarik, also known as the iJustine blogger, published the results of a much more unusual “photo battle”. Its participants were the latest iPhone 11 Pro and its most distant relative in the series – the original iPhone of the 2007 model.
For greater objectivity, testing was carried out both during the day and in the evening – the shooting was carried out from one angle at the same distance. iPhone 11 Pro is equipped with three sensors with a resolution of 12 megapixels and different types of lenses, while the original model is equipped with a single 2-megapixel sensor.
Despite the impressive difference in picture quality, some users noted in the comments under the video that the 2007 model did not perform as badly as one might expect. Nevertheless, the photo shoot clearly demonstrates the evolution of the cameras of Apple’s smartphones over the past 12 years – to see this, just look at the pictures.
Previously, the possibilities of shooting new products were demonstrated in the form of a series of shots and even a short film, completely shot on a triple camera iPhone 11 Pro.