Check Out the iPhone 15’s New Camera in Action

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iPhone 15 — Main Camera, 2x

The photo was taken with the iPhone 15’s new 2x zoom option. 

A bee sitting on a pink flower.

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iPhone 15 — Main Camera

The iPhone 15 captured this bee on a pink flower quite nicely. 

A photo of a cat sitting on a bench in a basement

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iPhone 15 — Main, Portrait

I added this portrait effect after taking a photo of my cat, Buddy. The most impressive part? He actually sat still long enough for me to take this picture. 

A pink flower

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iPhone 15 — Main Camera

This photo of a pink flower has plenty of color and detail. 

A vase with yellow flowers

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iPhone 15 — Main Camera, Night

This photo was captured in a dimly lit restaurant. In general, the iPhone 15 feels faster at capturing low-light photos compared to the much older iPhone 12. 

A photo of a quesadilla taken on the iPhone 15.

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iPhone 15 — Main Camera, Night

This quesadilla was just as appetizing as it looks in the iPhone 15’s photo. 

A photo of a Hollywood sign taken on the IPhone 15.

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iPhone 15 — Main Camera

The colors in the Hollywood sign really pop in this photo. 

A photo of a park in San Jose taken on the iPhone 15

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iPhone 15 — Main Camera

This landscape shot taken in San Jose looks bright and colorful. 

A photo of a woman with pink hair taken on the iPhone 15.

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iPhone 15 — Selfie Camera

The iPhone 15 has a 12MP front camera, which takes crisp and vibrant selfies event at night. 

A photo of a street in San Jose at night

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iPhone 15 – Main Camera, Night

The iPhone 15 handles this nighttime photo well by keeping lens flare to a minimum. 

A silhouette of buildings along the water in New York.

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iPhone 15 — Ultrawide Camera

These scene was captured on the iPhone 15’s 12-megapixel ultrawide camera.

Buildings along the water in New York.

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iPhone 15 — Main Camera

Another landscape shot captured on the iPhone 15.

Check out our full iPhone 15 review for more details. 

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