iOS top features for iPhone 6 .
iOS top features for iPhone 6 In 2014, more than ever, iPhone can not be compared with the big “stars” of the Android. iPhone 6 camera is not revolutionary, but it is very good
At first glance, the camera does not bring major changes, as it has an 8 MP sensor that keeps the size of ⅓” from its predecessor, but the small improvements promised to make a difference: we are talking about focus pixels (technology similar to phase detection pixels on LG G3 and SGS5), about a higher speed when taking pictures and on an intuitive interface.
Moreover, the simple interface supports multiple users: You can enable or disable the flash and the HDR function and you can select to take a ordinary or squared photo or a panorama. Burst function is enabled by default if you hold down the camera capture button and a simple tap to select the focus determines your ability to change the exposure.
Despite the limited options of camera, compared to available models Samsung, HTC and LG, the picture quality is very good for automatic settings. The colors are a bit oversaturated, but personally I like it, while white balance and contrast are suitable.
By default, HDR function is set to Auto, but you can easily enable or disable. Although commonly phones need about 2-3 seconds to take a picture HDR, iPhone 6 need just a second. Differences between a picture with HDR and one without HDR are subtle, perhaps because the second has high quality. Also you can make panoramic photos up to 43 MP, with a good result. At night, iPhone 6 made also quality photos, both in terms of color and in terms of relatively low noise level. iPhone 6 camera is capable of recording in Full-HD 1080p, and the results are more than good, with a clear and fluent image including sudden changes of direction. Here it is worth mentioning that the iPhone 6 can record slow-motion with 120 fps or 240 fps.
Beyond hardware, pictures application management has been enhanced, having more complex features for you to process better the photos before you publish.
iPhone 6 uses a Li-Po 1810 mAh battery, which could have a greater capacity if Apple would not be insisted to make the phone so thin.
The good news is that the autonomy is decent for a smartphone of the 2014 year. In common usage, which involves permanent activation of Wi-Fi’s and / or a data connection, one or two hours of browsing, regular access to applications such as Mail, Facebook or Evernote and the occasional use of the camera, the phone lasts at least one working day before being recharged. Therefore, you will need to load every night, but fears of a lower autonomy prove to be unfounded.
Now, in the menu Settings – General – Usage – Battery usage, iOS 8 allows you to see which applications consume most energy. It is useful to uninstall, if necessary, applications that consume too much energy.