What kind of camera does the iPhone 6 have?

What kind of camera does the iPhone 6 have?

The iPhone 6 has an 8-megapixel rear-facing iSight camera with large 1.5-micron pixels and ƒ/2.2 aperture. It is capable of shooting high-dynamic range (HDR) photos and taking 43-megapixel panorama images. It is also capable of capturing 1080p HD video at up to 60 fps, 240-fps slo-mo video and time-lapse video. The iPhone 6 does not ship with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS).

Here's a complete list of the specs and features found on the new iPhone 6 iSight camera:

- Autofocus with Focus Pixels
- ƒ/2.2 aperture
- True Tone flash
- Five-element lens
- Hybrid IR filter
- Backside illumination sensor
- Sapphire crystal lens cover
- Auto image stabilization
- Auto HDR for photos
- Improved face detection
- Exposure control
- Panorama (up to 43 megapixels)
- Burst mode
- Tap to focus
- Photo geotagging
- Timer mode


If the IPhones are supposed to take HDR photos, how come they don't look any different than the same photos taken with the HDR turned off? I shoot a lot of HDR with a DSLR and they can be anywhere from three to 8 different exposures combined. how does the iPhone handle the HDR files, it only seems to take one photo.

Also, im just now hearing the 6 does NOT have the sapphire display... im mad because that was one of the main reasons I bought the phone! I have a watch with a sapphire crystal and it still looks like its brand new while the case and band are all beat up. Apple let us down with this phone.