The iPhone 6 is rumored to come with a new camera over the current iPhone 5S, the handset will launch with iOS 8, and this will also bring some new manual camera controls to Apple’s iPhone.
At the moment, the controls you can choose on your iPhone’s camera are pretty limited, you can switch between normal mode and HDR, this will change with iOS 8.
According to a recent report by AnandTech, iOS 8 will bring a wide range of manual camera controls to Apple’s iPhone, this will include things like ISO, focus, white balance, shutter speed, and exposure bias will be able to be controlled on your iPhones camera.
Apple is obviously hoping to improve the camera experience on its iPhones with the release of its next generation mobile OS. These features should be available to iOS devices that will run iOS 8 and also the new iPhone 6.
We are expecting Apple to release iOS 8 in September, along with the new iPhone 6 and also Apple iOS 8, it will come with a range of new features, and deeper integration into the next version of the desktop software, OS X Yosemite.
As soon as we get some more information on what other new features will be available in Apple’s new mobile OS, as well as information on an exact release date, we will let you guys know.
Source AnandTechFiled Under: Apple, Apple iPhone, Top News