iPhone 15 Pro Max vs Samsung S23 Ultra Camera Battle! 

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@Mrwhosetheboss 2 meses atrás
Did anything surprise you in this test? 🤨 For my iPhone 15 Pro / Pro Max Review:
@Yuvraj-Sachdeva 2 meses atrás
@carrotnonumbershere 2 meses atrás
Samsung’s super slo-mo
@anonymous-vh7ur 2 meses atrás
@RecenziiPeBune 2 meses atrás
The fact that you’re an Arsenal fan 😁
@Zero-dj7yp 2 meses atrás
Sell out
@iMrParker 2 meses atrás
It's genius that these phones always release 6 months from each other so they can't be truly compared. Each release is usually better than the competitor
@DrDemolition 2 meses atrás
@@Umar_Akmal96 Our food is better. End of story.
@TOM-on1zq 2 meses atrás
Kon babar wahi GHANTE KA KING
@xposr 2 meses atrás
​@@Umar_Akmal96any askers ?
@draco4233 2 meses atrás
​@@Umar_Akmal96 is that why they got their ass whopped in the last match!?
@dadillonful 2 meses atrás
The 14 pro max is better than the s23
@jarrettevans6340 2 meses atrás
Since you kept referencing the iPhone's 48MP camera, it probably would have made sense to compare it to the Samsung's 50MP mode rather than the 200MP mode. The 50MP mode performs a lot better than the 200MP mode in terms of things like processing time, and I would have been genuinely curious to see how they stack up for daylight photography when MPs are more comparable.
@vhylus3552 2 meses atrás
Right, it's like he forgot that feature existed at all.
@martinmercedes2864 2 meses atrás
@Mrwhosetheboss please give us an update of this video with 50mp mode enabled
@typos1477 2 meses atrás
He didn't even mention the 50mp mode ! I recently read a review of these 2 phones in a camera magazine and they gave it to the samsung.
@Chopper153 2 meses atrás
He's sponsored by Apple, why do you think he'll make an objective assessment?
@brinstanriziki3772 2 meses atrás
He seems bias honestly..always rating iphone better in most category while in actual sense its not also whenever samsung seems to be far superior to that category he declares a tie
@Aarav.B 2 meses atrás
I partially agree with this video. I must say that the iPhone never underperforms as heavily in some categories than the Galaxy, but Galaxy's overall colour palette and my needs as a consumer (being that I take many portrait mode photos and photos in good lightning; mostly during daytime) I will still probably be pick the Galaxy. Maybe not the S23 Ultra, but Samsung's next phone!
@ratmemes 2 meses atrás
​@@Fraud-et7vsisnt it apple who uses their processor to buff their images???????
@@Fraud-et7vs I am sure this guy has never used S23 Ultra phone ever by himself
@Maharlika-PH 2 meses atrás
​@@dushorts-entertainment7909said the guy who still playing pubg under is mom basement😂😂😂
@OhJay0 2 meses atrás
​@@Maharlika-PHY'all are jobless.
@12Nervu 2 meses atrás
@@ratmemesisnt samsung warming up any photo possible? Isnt samsung modifying your face, not even giving you the option to NOT do that?
@mengthemerciless 2 meses atrás
Just chiming in to say that 200mpx (103mpx for me on the S22U) has its uses not just for print photography, I visit sites for work frequently, and many times I am looking for a detail I didn't think I needed until later, but managed to find it from zooming in on the hi res shot.
@adyady3099 2 meses atrás
200mp is GIMMICK , i tested in indoor and low light 200mp mode vs 50mp mode on x90 pro+ with 1 inch sensor and the lower the light the more details vivo has over samsung, mp is useless on such a small sensor as the one from samsung.
@Chopper153 2 meses atrás
​@@adyady3099I'd rather want Samsung to make a 1 inch, 100 mp sensor than increasing resolution pointlessly.
@adyady3099 2 meses atrás
@@Chopper153 good luck with that, is easier for samsung to bump useless mp on paper than actual do improvements since most average joe will fall for specs on a paper. Samsung became the apple of androids when huawei went down, expect them to milk you for another 5 years until 1 inch sensor.
@ashutoshkureel Mês atrás
iPhone won keep crying salty android fanboys cope harder 😂😢😊
@Lonewolf65838 Mês atrás
​@@ashutoshkureelso what lol?
@NETAlliance 2 meses atrás
The 8K 30 is pretty much a must for me. My s23 ultra works great. So I might actually skip the s24 upgrade this year unless the 8K gets a major bump
I have the S20, so I'm waiting patiently for the s24 ultra to get it.
@K3v1nlp 2 meses atrás
i have s22 ultra im still happy with it no reason to upgrade to s24
@anshubhatia6609 2 meses atrás
You do have some solid BRvid content on your new channel, but I still fail to understand why you’d need 8k 30. I could see a need for cropping vertically and still having 2k. Or wildlife/sports videography where you’ll need to crop in to get more of the subject in frame. Again, you have some good BRvid content and I subscribed to your new channel.
@spoonwings1981 2 meses atrás
@@anshubhatia6609I don’t think you’d want 30fps for wildlife or sports. Good question.
@MSVK3 2 meses atrás
I tried the 8k over 4k. I got smoother videos on 4k.
@mishoranka 2 meses atrás
I wanna share my observation regarding the sound category. Since you mentioned concerts - the iPhone still takes way better and clear video sound at concerts compared to the Samsung s23 ultra. I spent my summer visiting a fair share of concerts in different locations and settings and I have iPhone 14 pro max and Samsung S23 Ultra. Shooting videos at these concerts made it very clear that iPhone is still better for this very narrow niche - video sound at concerts lol
@IluminaelViaje 2 meses atrás
What about quality on video with maximum zoom on concerts? Im searching comparations of iphone vs s23 ultra for video concert because is my job.
@max4410 2 meses atrás
@@IluminaelViaje The iphone has always been and will always be way better than a samsung
@TheFlamedog 2 meses atrás
Stop filming concerts
@mishoranka Mês atrás
@@IluminaelViaje to be honest the 10X optical zoom of the Samsung is quite good, the videos are good, vivid, not so much noise. Minus the not so good sound. On the iPhone when i lock the focus of the screen and adjust the exposure I also get very nice quality video plus the way better sound (even when zoomed in 9x digital zoom.)
@alvinpr094 2 meses atrás
As an S23U user. Looking at the features and advancements of the iPhone 15, it seems predictable that the Samsung S24 will also follow Apple path. However, this isn't a negative development, as long as the design remains appealing, they can focus on hardware and software feature enhancements. The competition between Samsung and iPhone certainly benefits us as users
advancements? at 3:20 iphone is better? LMAO
@syazwan1765 2 meses atrás
​@@ImotekhtheStormlord-tx2itcan u read? cause u clearly don't understand what he's saying there lol
@knoskamatee_ 2 meses atrás
exactly! and note also both phones are very good. ;)
@misterlestari5772 2 meses atrás
@@syazwan1765 forgive him, man has a stroke while reading and loses the ability to read and comprehend. My thought and prayer goes to the usual peasant who need formal education
@scense001 2 meses atrás
@Johnnyaspec 2 meses atrás
the S23U's camera improved dramatically with the August update. I hope the S23U used here had that update otherwise it was trying to compete with one hand tied behind it's back
@Helia01 2 meses atrás
I don't think so. In portrait mode there was only the ability to zoom 1x and 3x. As far as I know, the possibility to zoom 2x was added in August.
@Johnnyaspec 2 meses atrás
Well that's embarrassing. A lot of the reason the 15 promax won this (barely) was because of the zoomed in clarity being a bit better, but the august update on the S23U dramatically improved this.
@aakershan 2 meses atrás
Well if you’ve been watching his channel regularly you wouldn’t be asking this. All the phones used are at their max spec with the latest updates.
@Jim-mw8xw 2 meses atrás
@@Johnnyaspeche posted it on twitter/x and clarified. some photos taken with the updated software is even worse though
@drake_bay 2 meses atrás
The amount of work and quality content and testing you put into these videos is insane! Amazing work!
@AnT5042 Mês atrás
So I do a lot of photography with both my 23 ultra and my pixel 7 pro, haven't gotten my hands on a 15 pro max to be able to compare myself yet, but for my uses (mostly vehicle photography and night sky shots) the s23 ultra has been the best for me, night sky shots I will say the pixel takes the lead on, but the s23 is pretty damn close. But having that 3x lens is perfect, as it is the best zoom to get pictures of cars, without taking any quality hit. I also do some nature photography, and the 200mp camera has helped out a lot with that, the amount of detail is amazing, and has wonderful end results, but mostly only if it is close, within 3-5 feet, then it starts to not be as good
@dt3688 Mês atrás
You should get iPhone it’s better
@AnT5042 Mês atrás
@dt3688 on what basis? I can agree they they do have *some* better qualities, but samsung also has some better qualities. It really goes down to user preference, and I prefer Samsung
@spirosgr7653 2 meses atrás
Interesting comparison, it would be even more interesting and fair if the Samsung S23 Ultra was in the latest firmware, and it's not because yours is missing the 2x toggle button in portrait mode. A feature that was available even before the latest updates. Great job, it could be.
@mrunankBathe 2 meses atrás
I own an s23u and the 2x toggle isnt available for me. Where do i turn it on?
@dylanspriddle 2 meses atrás
There's no way he didn't do this on purpose. That update has been out for weeks now. He would have had notifications showing a update was ready. The last camera update was massive.
@typos1477 2 meses atrás
​@@mrunankBatheinstall camera assistant it's in there and make sure you're running the latest update. It only crops the image tho so you can just do it yourself in gallery, it's a pretty pointless setting.
@typos1477 2 meses atrás
To be fair he could have had it turned off, it's a pretty useless feature as it's just a crop with a bit of AI enhancement.
The iPhone 15 Pro Max has improved its camera with increased resolution, night mode, portrait mode, and optical zoom. Comparing it to the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, it performs well in most categories but falls short in skin tones and background blur. However, it excels in vlogging and has better video quality.
@giovafncreative 2 meses atrás
As a S23 ultra user, I have to say that iPhone has done some good changes to the camera! Really curious to see what samsung is gonna come up with the s24 ultra
@KingKikikoi 2 meses atrás
Ended Samsung 😂
@memerified 2 meses atrás
@DaveRevst4548 2 meses atrás
As a life long iPhone used (almost switch to Android around 2016 after been so tired of the 6, 6s and 7 form factor) I salute Samsung's progressions throughout the years. The better Samsung gets, the better my iPhone will become.
@AnyEditz987 2 meses atrás
Im still a happy s23 user :)
@galaxyrockstudio4813 2 meses atrás
Yeah I honestly can’t wait I don’t have high expectations for video in the s24 but we’ll see😃
@xj_overlander 2 meses atrás
I had the opportunity to use the S23U for a couple months as I swapped from the 12 pro max to the S23, and recently swapped back to the 14 pro max, and now 15 pro max. Ignoring my terrible financial decisions, I was pretty impressed with both the iPhone and Samsung. What I loved about the Samsung over the iPhone was the manual modes for the camera. On the 50mp mode, I took some phenomenal photos of the night sky that absolutely beat the iPhone, and even at a chance against my own DSLR. Having full control over the camera was pretty neat. However, I wasn’t a fan of having to log into the phone to open proraw, especially when I’m camping, my phone is in and out of my pocket and usually slightly dirty hands. For me - an inconvenience. Not a bad camera! Just didn’t fully line up with what I needed. Back to the iPhone and I can appreciate how quickly and smoothly it works. I recently went camping and rode around in the sand and the action video was remarkably smooth but also crisp. They’re both fantastic. But the iPhone was better for me. If Apple would allow some third party apps to have full control of the camera, notably proraw 48mp with full iso and shutter control; that would satisfy everything I need.
@tku6342 2 meses atrás
give me some money pls, im broke. i have a samsung A11, its literally taking 720p T^T
@DaveOlu 2 meses atrás
@YanPagan 2 meses atrás
Pro MODE and expert Raw mode... something he left out of the equation just because the iPhone doesn't have it 👎🏼
@xj_overlander 2 meses atrás
@@YanPagan huh?
@SamuelRichards-et4lv 2 meses atrás
The competition between these brands is just thrilling to watch and talk about. Thanks for another greatly satisfying comparison. You did not talk about build quality though, and also how apple's new design will likely impact durability😪😪. Done typing this review too...on to the next video🚶‍♂🚶‍♂
@typos1477 2 meses atrás
Why would he mention build quality in a camera comparison ? Have a look at JerryRigEverythings durability test - the pro max fails miserably, the back breaks and the titanium is only on the outside.
@travsformation1 2 meses atrás
For this comparison to be fair, the S23U"s software should have been updated, the last couple of software updates have considerably improved photo quality. You can tell the phone's on an older software because in Portrait & photo mode it doesn't have a shortcut to 2X zoom, which is present on current software and takes a crop from the 200Mpx sensor.
@urosboy2000 2 meses atrás
You are definitely right man
@shane555 2 meses atrás
​@@urosboy2000I'm sure Arun didnt realise that.... 🤔😂 That's sarcasm by the way!
@MyChannelToChillAt 2 meses atrás
And there should be a baseline to compare it to. For example a picture from an DSLR that shows the true state/image of the day.
@Mikx100 2 meses atrás
Do the video again and fix the Audio. It's not a tie.
@moreiradd 2 meses atrás
Thats right... but then the iPhone could lose 😂
@jeffreyt02 2 meses atrás
This means that weather you take an android or an iOS phone, you always have access to amazing camera systems. Hope they keep each other on their toes for years to come.
@marcoongaro6165 2 meses atrás
I think it would be important to give the ultrawide camera its own category! Exactly like the other lenses
@kiathaolee5040 2 meses atrás
Not a bad idea! But I do feel that there is still quite a bit of work that has to be done, like improvements on distortion. If not, the comparison between the 2 phones ultrawide camera will be a bit lackluster
Can you give me a 15 pro max
@elproabdiXD28 2 meses atrás
​@@WhyYouLookingAtThisOfficial xd?
@mollitejakumar4881 2 meses atrás
FC club 😂
@thesandman775 2 meses atrás
Hopefully the Pixel 8 delivers on the updates that have been rumored. Excited to see that head to head against the iPhone
@RogerEKPE 2 meses atrás
I salute the level of commitment and passion through which these contents are made... Kudos to the team behind the efforts... ❤❤❤
@typos1477 2 meses atrás
Not really - the samsung was not using the latest software and he failed to even mention the 50mp mode, pretty slack to be honest and not up to his usual standard sadly.
@KarolineMikkelsen Mês atrás
Most of the things in this video are Inaccurate
@hamishcrossan4996 2 meses atrás
I still think that the s23 is the way to go because all of the photos and the videos look clearer and on the Samsung you can make the photos look even better but that is the same with the iPhone when changing the settings after shot. Also with the Samsung people are probably not too worried about the quality when you zoom up on a specific but it depends on what you are trying to take the photos of and vid.
@iluvkath07 13 horas atrás
accept defeat little android fan, stop being a bad loser
@tee4222 2 meses atrás
One point on the audio during calls/facetime: iPhone can filter out background noise if you select it(or alternatively have the background enhanced). Swipe down from the top right during a call, select mic mode, select voice isolation or wide spectrum.
@cayod6 Mês atrás
I agree because I’ve got that option on my iPhone 12
@Gaming89Guru Mês atrás
i found that yesterday after years of iphone lol too bad i just switched back to s23 ultra
@Gochsener 2 meses atrás
to be honest, I didn't think much happened in smartphone cameras, but my new Oneplus 11 is SO much better than my 9 Pro before that. And the Samsung impressed me a lot with those images. The iPhone would be much better I thought, but it wasn't the case at all most of the time!
@Slayer_4000 2 meses atrás
I love how detailed his comparisons are, they tell you exactly which phone is for you!
@miniboh 2 meses atrás
bro you didn't even see the video lol vid's uploaded 14 min ago and your comment is made 13 min ago lol what
@reaganr652 2 meses atrás
@@miniboh lmaooo
@0012976050 2 meses atrás
I feel the exact same
@mysiph 2 meses atrás
@GodX_Gemmake better videos then
@Dark.Syndicate 2 meses atrás
all the 3 comments above urs are bots.@@miniboh
@tudornic 2 meses atrás
I watched from an S23U and I can say that I'm sad that samsung doesn't do many camera software upgrades, although i do like many stuff that it does and many that it doesn't do. The pro mode on Samsung offers an amazing sensor to work with, but for the auto-processed images I might say that for me the iPhone takes it in terms of night usage. There's always room for competition if it's good competition.
@phival2003 2 meses atrás
Use the pro mode for night photos. It's amazing
@SweetAkorn 2 meses atrás
Don't worry most of the time you wouldn't notice. Also the ones he called draw were actually in Samsung's favour.
@iluvkath07 13 horas atrás
accept defeat little android fan, stop being a bad loser😂
@dylh7559 2 meses atrás
Most pics are taken during daytime and relatively good lightning, in that regard I personally prefer the pics Samsung makes and its zoom capabilities. Like its said in the video, I also find the pics more pleasing to look at it
@AustinRoss 2 meses atrás
Literally any other camera, open a photo taken in a photo editing app, drag saturation and vibrancy up to your hearts content. Viola S23U
@mamamia601 2 meses atrás
Too much HDR makes the image look flat.
@twodollarking8009 2 meses atrás
​@@AustinRosswell yes and no. You can't replicate the enhancements the Ai does. I did prefer all iPhone shots more than samsungs. However, samsungs process is dog crap if you actually care about little details. I'd still chose samungs. I use 3rd party apps and the zoom is amazing. Somethings you can't do on iPhone. I record RAW video on my Samsung and God even 1080p quality looks so much better than smasungs app in 4k or even iPhones 4k. Stabilization is lost but im not running or moving much. I use Gcam an apk imitation of Google pixels camera and their hdr and processing is so much better, you don't lose any detail at all.
@spooky.- 2 meses atrás
Zoom is a very overrated feature. 99% of the time you’re not going to use it.
@twodollarking8009 2 meses atrás
@@spooky.- 99% of the time is what I mostly use
@vivekroy6679 2 meses atrás
Great video as always Both the phones take great photos but one thing which always surprised me is how iPhones have a really good preview compared to android phones. Honestly that is the only part where I feel android is lacking. Anybody know what is the technical part going on with the preview?
@qbert4325 2 meses atrás
I feel like both companies should work together to make an absolute beast of a phone.
00:03 The iPhone 15 Pro Max has improved its camera features, including resolution, night mode, and portrait mode, as well as optical zoom and dynamic range. 01:50 Samsung and iPhone have different approaches to zoom, with each having its strengths and weaknesses. 03:36 Samsung's camera app offers more fun and experimental options compared to the iPhone, but the practical experience feels dated. 05:22 The iPhone 15 Pro Max and Samsung have similar camera speed and audio quality. 07:05 Samsung and Apple smartphones have comparable portrait modes and improved cinematic and slow-mo features. 08:49 Samsung has an edge in slow-mo and macro photography, while Apple excels in video quality. 10:32 Samsung's video quality is affected by grain in low light 12:20 The iPhone's smart hdr feature captures complex lighting scenarios accurately. 14:06 Daytime photos are the most important category for most people and having more megapixels is a game-changer. 15:52 iPhone's high-res mode is the default option with no compromise 17:34 Got 15% off any orders Hope it helps
@TechPhD 2 meses atrás
As much as improvements have been made to camera hardware and software, at the end of the day a lot of consumers will still prefer the results from one brand over the other. I believe it's more of a stylistic choice, and it also boils down to the consumer's priorities regarding photography.
@darflame69yt12 2 meses atrás
​@@Umar_Akmal96repeating yourself in each comment won't change the truth 💀
@galaxyrockstudio4813 2 meses atrás
Well they will admit one company is better than the other for cameras but still be biased because they like their brand🤷‍♂️
@Shrek_Has_Covid19 2 meses atrás
@@Umar_Akmal96 what language even is that
@sasstudio7671 2 meses atrás
What colour is Pakistan's Asia cup
@zuluswazi9470 2 meses atrás
It's beautiful to see the S23 Ultra still holding up. The iPhone is refined and brings details and so does the S23 Ultra at different intervals. One can only wonder what S24 Ultra will do with their annihilating Dex technology and S-Pen that gives them the edge over phones. I'm an avid Xiaomi user eyeing the Xiaomi 13 Pro with its great Tech and wondering what the 14 Pro will do. Much love to our community of Vivo & 1Plus.
@THETRUTHofYOUTUBE 2 meses atrás
still holding up? its not even a year old lol
@saiporeddy7303 2 meses atrás
Still holding up ? Bud s23 ultra is a flag ship phone wtf are you on about 😂
@zuluswazi9470 2 meses atrás
@@saiporeddy7303 Yeah it was a humble way of not offending our iPhone friends hence i moved to the S23 Ultra Dex Technology which no phone comes closer to. I have n't even mentioned the multi window dynamics.
@jasonelliot9633 2 meses atrás
​@THETRUTHofBRvid he means the iPhone is brand new upgrade with improvements and the older s 23 ultra is still holding up to it
@THETRUTHofYOUTUBE 2 meses atrás
@@jasonelliot9633 I know what he means. It’s still not even a year old it better hold up being their top of the line phone lol
@JaimeeTyrell 2 meses atrás
I think you can’t go wrong with a Samsung S23 Ultra or an iPhone 15 Pro Max. Both very well made phones. Same price range. I just depends whether you like iOS or Android. Personally I get very confused by Android because I’ve had an iPhone since 2009. But if you prefer Android this Samsung is a very good phone.
@EricxYi 2 meses atrás
I like how you hit pros and cons of both phones justifying each point! Appreciate the great analysis!
@esthervanda7401 2 meses atrás
He was biased towards iPhone.
@dt3688 Mês atrás
@@esthervanda7401he wasn’t just because one wins doesn’t mean he’s biased bro
@ChatTheChad 2 meses atrás
Interesting! I'm not a pro photo guy but i do appreciate a stunning pic. I loved my iPhone 11 pro but i hated the photos, they just seemed so dull. The s23u really does a great job with massive pops of colour that makes things look better than life - almost like they are edited. I personally really love that, and i find people are blown away by this phones photos. I wish there was a way to make colours stronger on the iphone
@KB17029 2 meses atrás
That’s y Apple has vivid mode
@Illusion_21 2 meses atrás
You can download apps that allow you to increase the saturation.
@Mindstormer 2 meses atrás
I came into this genuinely curious about this, and as someone who knows what they want in photos I prefer apple in almost every category here, it seems to be much more natural than the Samsung phone. Im pleasantly surprised with this.
@CalebsCrossingsYT 2 meses atrás
I’m still in awe at the sheer fact that a camera smaller than a palm of a hand can give such a precise and detailed photo, yes most proper cameras are much better, but the fact that such a small camera fit inside a phone not made just for photos (although one of the main features is obviously the camera), it’s definitely not the only thing built into these pretty small phones. And the camera itself for its size, is absolutely astonishing for me
@meyasinm 2 meses atrás
That’s because the camera hardware in itself alone doesn’t provide the excellent outcome but rather the software optimisation processing the information received
@cmdrratzass7305 2 meses atrás
@@meyasinmComputational photography has come a long way. I always wondered why nobody offers a full frame camera with this kind of software. This software coupled with a large sensor, same decent glass and eye-AF would surely deliver awesome results. The market for this camera would probably be rather small though.
@the_nma5119 2 meses atrás
im not cause last thing i think about in my life is camera size. i have actual problems
@Don_DeMarco 2 meses atrás
I must admit, I definitely love my Samsung camera but the grain is a huge issue. Also, while the 200MP camera for the Galaxy is nice, not being able to use it in modes outside of the default camera does make it a bit tough to have more uses of it.
@rezer1st 2 meses atrás
Same here. I really love what Apple did with the 15 Pro Max. Ill either switch next year or wait until the next Snapdragon S series in europe. Since the next one is exynos again...
@Lucy_Nyu596 2 meses atrás
@@rezer1st If you are not being able to use a phone for 4-5 years you've totally fell into the trap.
@rezer1st 2 meses atrás
@@Lucy_Nyu596 I always go for upgrades. I want the new thing. Ive never used a phone longer than 2.5 years.
@typos1477 2 meses atrás
I only shoot in 200mp, don't need any modes other than night which works in 200mp setting (turn scene optimiser on and it automaticaly does it)
@tinakris7893 Mês atrás
YES. I just got the S23+ and I'm experiencing so much grain with photos. It's especially annoying for selfies. The iPhone in comparison is a lot more realistic
@JSingh_8185 2 meses atrás
You're just amazing Arun. I don't think even Apple and Samsung may think of the details the way you do. Your way of doing an analogy between these two phones or any other phones is quite impressive and excellent and I haven't seen any other tech guru on BRvid explaining in detail.
@we_vlog8483 2 meses atrás
I go for Samsung serve my purpose budget friendly . The features in the phone depends on the user ability so last it comes to pricing as majority of the people wouldn't loose their mind on the small hand palm device .
@Jay-ur5zw 2 meses atrás
Honestly, Apple takes it this time around. I was pretty disappointed to see nothing new on the 15 Pro but the camera at least has taken a significant step forward over the S23U. Time for Samsung to hit back with the S24U, it's us consumers winning.
@jovannikolic8032 2 meses atrás
If i was in Samsungs shoes, i would leave the phone design exactly the same! It is just soooo good there is no need for a change at least for one more generation. Then, they could add the features that iphone added and just focus all the extra time and effort into integration. I think s24 ultra is going to be revolutionary and not just in pixel counts.
@AndrewHahaLee 2 meses atrás
I'm impressed. The biggest improvement I observed is in the iPhone's noise reduction, which kinda took em years to finally do something about it. I'm curious now whether the upcoming Pixel 8 series is gonna slacken on their noise reduction as well and let the iPhone beat the Pixel in cleaner low light photos, for the first time. Can't wait for that comparison.
@lamar310 2 meses atrás
After years and years and years Android phones still take mostly grainy videos. It's an issue still not fixed so what is taking Google and Samsung so long?
@eulehund99 2 meses atrás
​​@@lamar310my guess would be no photonic engine. If I remember correctly only the iPhone Chips have a specific segment inside of them that is dedicated to taking photos and videos. That's why I think photos take in general more to process on Android. It's interesting why they don't build one as well or my guess is completely wrong and it's something else.
@tertigvah 2 meses atrás
You know that pixel is a thing?
@TheProtagonistDies 2 meses atrás
and the 23ultra is still better lol that is crazy
@jysingayo 2 meses atrás
I recently got S23U, and I am pretty happy about it. Personally, I needed super zoom to capture the video or picture of my dog when she runs around several acres of land, and I wanted to stay with samsung just because I have other smasung products (watch, book 3, and earbuds pro.) Both phones are equally superb.
@davidhorizon8401 2 meses atrás
I still see it as too close to call. Both have their good points. You tend to point out iPhone pluses in a picture, like more stars, and ignore the minuses like the tree in the same photo. I do like iPhones ability to get colors right in low light. Samsung really needs to work on this. And I think the 3x and 10x is a better system than the 5x. But it really depends on what you typically shoot in this case. I think is is easier to punch up the colors in an iPhone post processing than to back them down from the Samsung. But if you don't want to do any post processing, then you probably prefer the Samsung. Samsung needs to back down the the color just a touch.
@lydellbell4638 2 meses atrás
Always a Fabulous job on this Channel and Content for these companies and others as well great information keep sharing but i feel it doesn't really matter this comes down to personal choice from those who know what they like and pricing you can go over this competition time and time Again most people dont care they know what they eant from their phones and no matter what the other does they have no interest in the brand so just to say its Definitely Always what you want an especially those who have used a Certain Cellphone for years its Nothing wrong with comparison just it doesn't matter to a lot of people their Choice is their choice anyway great job again until the next updates stay safe God Bless All Amen 🙏
@PostAtariGeneration 2 meses atrás
Been using both and both have problems. Grey blacks on Samsung are obviously coming from shadow recovering, easy to fix, edit photos and increase contrast. High noise is actually result from oversharpening which is awful on Samsung. However, portrait mode on Iphone is usless ( Imean works only in bright daylight), phone can't detect what is supposed to be blurred, so constantly ask to move closer just to say you are too close. Samsung phones started doing it after they switched to 100mpx sensors, but still can be worked around by just taking camera off the subject and back on. Still, not as good as it was with Note 9.
@SilentGSG9 2 meses atrás
You know you can do such "fun stuff" with the original iPhone camera app too? If a photo is taken in live mode, you can select effects like long exposure, loop, bounce when viewing the photo. Surely not as big choice as on Android but it works ;-)
@BrandonPDouglas 2 meses atrás
Would have been interested in seeing Samsungs 50mp option included in this comparison too. Ultimately though I think these camera comparisons are becoming less and less relevant. They are both more than enough for 90% of users and the day to day shooting they'll do. And if you're someone who's actually pixel peeping and looking at colour correction etc., then you're probably not shooting auto mode anyway and better of shooting manual/RAW and editing colour/light yourself.
@tabzmatthews 2 meses atrás
Also none of these reviewers used the 2x mode on Samsung which added in the last update
@kxngoxar6584 2 meses atrás
u mad apple won
@oscarandersson9214 2 meses atrás
@@kxngoxar6584 ​ why are you so aggressive i swear every apple user is like a small loud angry dog
@donliyanage4119 2 meses atrás
I am certain this is the closest Samsung has ever been to the newly released iPhone in terms of camera performance in a very long time. Most of the years I would expect a complete wipe-off of Samsung by Apple and even though the score is still very much reminiscent of the results of previous years' camera comparisons, the performance difference when it comes to each mode is a lot less significant than it used to be. In most of the previous years, I would expect a certain feature (video for example) to be a no-brainer when it came to the comparison as the iPhone made the Samsung look like it was multiple generations behind, but now, honestly, even though the iPhone still wins, the gap is a lot less than it used to be (except for in low light performance - which is atrocious on Samsung's part 💀). I believe it is a testament to how seriously Samsung has taken it upon themselves to improve the camera performance (especially video) on their flagship and this is reflected in the path the company has taken when comes to the more superficial things, such as design for example. Just use what works. The s22 looked pretty sleek and there would be nothing that they would try and change about that design instead focusing on where they've been lacking for the past several years.
Hey 👋 you won
@amos9514 2 meses atrás
I don't really care about comparing these two brands, I'm just admiring how technology has improved so much.
@osegokholdings9644 2 meses atrás
This guy never disappoints🔥
@sl1gh 2 meses atrás
Actually he did with this video. Never I saw him as biased as in this video. I could go on and about how but its too many to mention.
@padmanabhmayekar9199 2 meses atrás
The evolution of smartphone notches has been quite interesting over the years. iPhones introduced the concept of notches, setting a trend that Android devices quickly followed. However, Android took it a step further, refining the design by making the notches smaller and introducing innovative variations like the tear-drop notch and punch-hole camera displays. Interestingly, Apple chose not to directly copy Android's advancements and stuck with their notch design for a while. To cover up, they introduced a feature that some critics argue was more of a gimmick than an innovation: the "dynamic island," which, when you think about it, is essentially a stretched-out pattern resembling a punch-hole camera. iphone never want to accept defeat and come up with bullshit stuff to keeps the fools occupied for a couple of years, literally any android phone can have a dynamic island anywhere on their screen 😂
@klausschneider9462 2 meses atrás
If you like warmer tones in your iphone photos try choosing the photographic style 'warm' in the settings of the camera app
@chrisbenson_madeira 2 meses atrás
Really liked this comparison! Possibly consider giving the ultra-wide its own category. Thanks!
@sphumelelesijadu 2 meses atrás
I agree
@TwisterSinister 2 meses atrás
In 10 category, it seems to me that the S23 wins, the difference in detail between 12 and 24 megapixels is minimal, and if you really need to take a good photo of something distant, then there is a 50 and 200 megapixel mode, and even more so a 3 and 10x zoom for this. And in my opinion, S23 is better in terms of colors.
I aggggreee withh uuu
@spooky.- 2 meses atrás
Zoom is a pretty useless feature. 99% of the time you’re not going to use it.
@OverRazeGamer 2 meses atrás
@@spooky.-true that
@chrisk1458 2 meses atrás
​@@spooky.-wrong, i use Zoom all the time
@userben6791 2 meses atrás
He needs to pay the bills you know... and apple pays more in that regard 😉 So that's why some of the points he made for the iphone are just outright ridiculous
@_dylos 2 meses atrás
idk about apple but if you want, as for the 200MP option, you can really take use of the full quality during dark shots, even surpassing the night mode, if you use pro mode and a long exposure time. It's clear that you have to be capable to use it, however given that ability you can take amazing pictures, I myself have got incredibly sharp and bright pictures in basically pitch black enviroments, comparable to the ones with a camera, with a Samsung A52s.
@themoskolios7077 2 meses atrás
Looking forward to the Pixel 8 Pro camera battle! 😎
@keonxd8918 2 meses atrás
The thing that i still prefer on Apple over Android counterpart is video recording, its really night and day difference. A place which i hope android companies will focus more on
@regularsteven 2 meses atrás
Any chance of raw image capture? My S21 let's me capture raw photos on wide and regular, not the 64 megapixel camera. Really hard to find details of this nature, but with Lightroom mobile, I really value raw.
@personman8682 2 meses atrás
Arun never disappoints especially when it comes to camera comparisons
@rohan_fr 2 meses atrás
@@Umar_Akmal96 so??
@oscarsh2909 2 meses atrás
I loved the one where he compared every iPhone camera ever!
@stephenhumphrey7935 2 meses atrás
​@@Umar_Akmal96Er what???
@johnylalrina1451 2 meses atrás
Bot comment detected.
@videogamesandmore4092 2 meses atrás
​@@Umar_Akmal96bot or what? Replying same to every comment.
@sergiodgp2973 2 meses atrás
I think a better test will be when the s24 comes out. The s23 is essentially a last gen phone compared to a latest gen phone. The pixel 8 is coming out soon aswell so I would love to see a comparison between the iPhone 15 and the pixel 8 prio
You can say the same thing about the iPhone when the s24 launch, they are half a year apart so someone is always behind
@ilor114 2 meses atrás
@@theneighborlynumismatist8201i wanted to say the same, when the S24 comes out the iPhone 15 will be almost half year old, as the S23 is here
@Lucy_Nyu596 2 meses atrás
Nah. This is ideal time to compare. S23U although older has got more time for updates to perfect itself while the 15 pro max is still in it's raw form without any updates. Besides this guy is an apple fanboy so he will somehow give apple the victory even if he compares 13 pro max with S23U lol
@darkassassin221 2 meses atrás
@@Lucy_Nyu596bro he literally said the S23U wins over the iPhone 14 Pro Max last year
@JDDBful 2 meses atrás
​@Lucy_Nyu596 yes, that's exactly how I felt. He did great, but some of the areas he made apple and Samsung tie instead of giving Samsung I think was just bias. He wanted the 15pro max to win.
@kungfool69 2 meses atrás
ive been using samsung Ultras since the S20. Each year ive found myself using the max megapixel mode less and less to create a good looking pic. I think i've only used it twice this year since getting an S23 ultra on day1 vs using it every day back in the S20 ultra days.
@security431 2 meses atrás
Samsungs goal is clear. They want to prioritize processing speed and power and, of course, the onboard display. The camera pretty much takes a back seat, almost an afterthought even, as they want to only keep pace with Apple.
@lennartclements4476 2 meses atrás
I can't wait to get a camera comparison between the iPhone 15 pro and the Google pixel 8 pro! Think that will be very interesting
@heltontewold 2 meses atrás
as a cinematographer, too much dynamic range goes wrong on the s23 ultra's rare camera an average dynamic range from both phones would be perfect. 💯 but the s23's selfie is the best so far
@mike_junmin 2 meses atrás
For me, the biggest thing about 15 pro lineup is that it has a lot of things in normal mode. 14 pro can also take Live Photos, high res photos and portraits, but not at the same time. With 15 pro, you get all three with just one shutter press in normal mode
@tylorsmith7580 2 meses atrás
Iphone is trash
@beyondthedetails 2 meses atrás
Right. That's literally just a software thing you realize this right?
@jama211 2 meses atrás
@@beyondthedetails and an ability to process it as such, software needs to be run...
@jama211 2 meses atrás
@@tylorsmith7580 such a nuanced opinion you have there.
@jama211 2 meses atrás
@@Umar_Akmal96 What are you even talking about?
@BSTejas 2 meses atrás
Efforts put into a single video … is phenomenal 🎉
@SIneBRoS 2 meses atrás
I totally agree with your comparison. I‘m a hardcore apple user but still like the phones Samsung makes. What I don‘t like about the Samsung camera is, that the colors are too overpowered and don‘t give that natural look the IPhone does. I really like taking photos of the nature and these overpowered unnatural green grass colors on the Samsung are a big part of my decision that the IPhone camera is better.
@tinakris7893 Mês atrás
Thanks for sharing. Unfortunately, I am experiencing a lot of grain in my photos on the s23+ I have just bought. The iPhone was a bit less flattering (I have acne), but I appreciate that I look like me and the photos are realistic. I do prefer the OS of Samsung though
@mastersili 2 meses atrás
🎯 Key Takeaways for quick navigation: 00:00 📸 iPhone 15 Pro Max has significant camera improvements: doubled photo resolution, improved night mode, upgraded optical zoom from 3x to 5x. 00:43 🤳 iPhone focuses on natural skin tones, but needs hardware upgrade for selfies. Samsung offers flattering selfies but lacks in video quality. 02:07 🔍 iPhone and Samsung's zoom capabilities differ. iPhone excels in video zoom, Samsung has moments of better photo zoom, but iPhone's wider aperture wins in low light. 03:45 📱 Camera app experience: Samsung's app offers more features but feels clunky. iPhone app has better integration and an action button, but can be fiddly. 06:05 🎤 Audio quality: Both phones capture sound well, but Samsung reduces background noise, sacrificing some lower tones. iPhone captures natural richness but more background noise. 07:56 🖼️ Portrait mode: iPhone offers 24 MP resolution in portraits, allowing better detail. iPhone also allows applying portrait mode after taking the photo, a feature lacking in Samsung. 08:09 🎥 Special features: Both phones offer cinematic mode, slow-mo, and macro mode. Samsung slightly wins in slow-mo, but both are equal in macro capabilities. 10:59 🎥 Video quality: iPhone excels in video HDR, detail, skin tones, and low-light performance. Samsung's video sometimes suffers from grain in low light. 13:06 🌃 Low light performance: iPhone's Smart HDR balances complex lighting scenarios well. iPhone's 24 MP mode captures more detail, especially in low light, giving it an edge. 15:00 ☀️ Daytime photos: iPhone's 24 MP main camera offers more detail and clarity whenzoomed in, giving it an advantage in most daytime photography situations. 16:38 📱 Overall winner: iPhone 15 Pro Max offers superior camera performance with significant improvements in various aspects, making it the better choice in this comparison. Made with HARPA AI
@jancygonzalez6704 2 meses atrás
Making you're own concert just to test the cameras is genius great reviews as always!
@basskingdom7957 2 meses atrás
I think the photographic styles is underrated on iphone cuz if you want warmer photos you can change it to that
@chigood111 2 meses atrás
Like so many things I love how complex the comparisons really are. Really does come down to what people want to do with it. That night mode stuff is crazy these days though, both camps are scary good.
@TheQWER9 2 meses atrás
As a long time Samsung user, im really impressed by the new iPhone! Ill be switching to the IPhone 15 Pro Max when im able to
@jasonparker5746 Mês atrás
You will love it. The 5x lens is ridiculously good at portraits
@shahrunkhan9070 2 meses atrás
I do understand S23 Ultra released 6 months ago but here’s the thing what are we gonna compare to 15 Pro max if not S23 Ultra for now. Aron is totally unbiased while comparing ❤
@erickennedy129 2 meses atrás
I've never owned an iPhone and much prefer Android and currently have the S23 Ultra. Camera quality is super important to me in choosing a phone. My question when I watch is whether the iPhone cameras are "better enough" to make me consider switching. It does look like the 15 Pro Max is probably the best all around, but the differences aren't enough to tempt me to make the change. Well done iPhone, but I'm still not ready to go to the dark side :)
@WillJPalmer 2 meses atrás
I am currently stuck between these 2 phones going from a S21 Ultra, the decision it so hard this time round!
@kokopuffs5789 2 meses atrás
Check out other reviewers not bought out by Apple. The S23 ultra still takes better pictures. Another thing is that this comparison was made without the newest August update for the S23 which improves on the camera
@WillJPalmer 24 dias atrás
I went S23 ultra, it's amazing 🤩
@iluvkath07 13 horas atrás
It doesn't matter, Samsung lost against Apple like every year so keep dreaming
@erickennedy129 13 horas atrás
@@iluvkath07 very informative comment and a good point for sure
@FZMStudio 2 meses atrás
I loved the smoke show and your performance Arun 🤩 It's not being talked about enough 😤 Top Quality stuff as usual 👊
@pilotavery 2 meses atrás
Yeah but the s23 ultra new software update makes a huge difference on photos. Literally almost everything they speak on the new update is just about the camera and photo processing.
@georgekatholos1870 2 meses atrás
I think both phone cameras are equally good in their own way and it comes down to personal preference. For example, I much prefer the daytime pictures of the samsung
@doublepauld7322 2 meses atrás
You can preset how vibrant you want your colours in Iphone. So there is no second best.
@RomeoHatesShrimp 2 meses atrás
​@doublepauld7322 still doesn't look very vibrant, samsung is a tad saturated which I prefer more (have iphone 14 pro)
@Naized 2 meses atrás
The problem is iPhone goes more for realistic photos you could get the effects of the Samsung by editing very easily
@tommyn3522 2 meses atrás
@@RomeoHatesShrimpbro doesn’t know how to edit photos
@Fireeyez02 2 meses atrás
@@Naized exactly and i rather go for a realistic look and then edit them for my liking
@DudleyIntelligence 2 meses atrás
You should include a category for using the flash light on the phones to take photos :) Apples flash are double the size it seems!
@AmitSharma37 2 meses atrás
I found the s23 ultra pics and video to be better. If you look from an individual perspective and the way you like your photos then the score will differ. Both phones camera are equally good and for a common man I think you can buy any of these and not regret. I have to give it to Samsung though as they have really come a long way in terms of giving apple tough competition in the camera department.
@zainwadood 2 meses atrás
If you’re a content creator, then you can make any camera work in your favour❤ just don’t think about the quality & start creating!!
@RealLifeTech187 2 meses atrás
Arun: Resolution doesn't matter on phones Also Arun: the only reason portrait mode is a draw is that the iPhone takes 24MP portraits instead of Samsung's 12MP
@arupmazumder1155 2 meses atrás
Arun's fall from that stairs was really unexpected 😂😂😂
@mongoose3800 2 meses atrás
Nice Comparison. I find it interesting that you've done comparisons for 24mp vs 12mp and 48mp vs 200mp and completely skipped the 50MP mode on the Samsung. The S23 Ultra takes pretty good daytime picks at 50MP which are often better than default 12mp picks. i.e. less compression or jagged edges from over sharping. The 50MP photos are also better than the 200MP photos Samsung should take apples lead and make 50mp the default resolution. I would have liked to see comparisons between 24MP vs 50MP and 48MP vs 50MP. Oh, and we forget that HEIF format is not widely supported on non Apple devices and require exporting as JPG.
@karan-90 2 meses atrás
Ok let's wait for s24
@sachusasaju7954 2 meses atrás
Yes.he is supporting for iphone
@hpgamerz5524 2 meses atrás
​@@karan-90 yes 📈📈
@RTPGCO 2 meses atrás
He is the most Biased vlogger for Iphone to the point it is sickening already that it is so obvious he is being paid by Apple.
@arundv1136 2 meses atrás
he is biased. giving drwas when ever samsung is winning
@user-un7rk8dk2i 2 meses atrás
I love how everyone is respectful to one another in the comments, anyone who understands tech knows both the phones are phenomenal and there truly is no better one out the two, it totally comes down to personal preference.
@ashtech1184 2 meses atrás
It would be so much better if you did these comparisons on the base models. I couldn't care less about the ridiculous versions I just want to know how the more common everyday phones compare
S23 Ultra is such a device that it destroyed the iPhone 14 and could go head to head with the iPhone 15 that came out 6 months later. I mean, both devices are good, but the S23 Ultra has a special place to me ❤
@gn0stica536 2 meses atrás
Looking forward to these videos every year. :D Well done!
@astonrose7731 2 meses atrás
im pretty sure the iphones standard camera is there to capture as real to life as possible. you can apply photographic styles in settings to make it warmer or cooler, or more vibrant/poppy etc.
what i love is the fact that both phones release 6 months after eachother, which makes impossible to compare as each release does it better. I cant wait to see what the s24 ultra has in store for us.
@itsyaboishiba 2 meses atrás
I use iPhone, but i hope Samsung focuses on software now, they've got the hardware so far, but really falls on software. Apple will always have an edge on this due to the fact that they produce their own chips and can tailor them perfectly. But either way both have extreme quality now.
@OptimisticNihilist15 2 meses atrás
​@@Umar_Akmal96I think your country has much bigger problems than comparing cricketers to the point where democracy no longer exists. How about you address those first then we will sit and compare people.
@Tridaak 2 meses atrás
@@itsyaboishiba Samsung used to produce their own chips too... they just weren't as good lol. Though I agree, Samsungs have better hardware underneath but if they had the same software control as iPhones do, this would be a no-brainer for Samsung. At the very least, the latest snapdragon chips are comparable to the iPhone's A series chips for the same year. When historically they have been a bit behind... I think that now that there's less of a gap there, there can be more improvements to come.
@aluimmumitat 2 meses atrás
I hope this would not increase the price tag. Currently Samsung outsource a lot of its software to google/alphabet by using Android. This is what allows them to spend more money on the hardware.
@ludvig3242 2 meses atrás
I would imagine it's gonna be a similar situation. Samsung seems to be somewhat slow when it comes to the camera when compared to Iphone and other Android phones.
@PRFECT11 2 meses atrás
Most of the times I did prefer how the colors look on the s23 but samsung is still very behind iPhone when it comes to video and audio quality however both phones look great and the avarge user doesn't really notice all these details and for the not so avarage user both options are still great and it was a bit biased to give the camera app point to iPhone when samsungs had like 2x more features and tweaks and users like features most of the times I actually find out new features when im bored and using my phone that I've owned for quite a bit and still get shocked like "oh I can do this" it's such a nostalgia.
@iluvkath07 13 horas atrás
@Jaysclocks 2 meses atrás
Love your channel appreciate all the hard work you do
@Sayin42 2 meses atrás
I didn’t realise how “fake” the Samsungs photo and videos were till now! They change the colours to look “poppy” sooo much! Whereas Apple shows it as it is which I personally appreciate more, any things I want changed I can do myself afterwards until then I’d prefer as close of a resemblance to what I’m looking at for my photos and videos
@oartehaga 2 meses atrás
I've noticed that BRvidrs who discuss mobile phone video recording never mention the jittery effect that occurs when panning left to right. It seems that the phone camera's shutter speed may be the culprit. It's frustrating to see video examples that are either in slow motion or completely still like a webcam, as this doesn't accurately represent the normal video experience. It's crazy that phone manufacturers or reviewers aren't being honest about this common issue when promoting new models. Personally, the jittery effect makes me feel dizzy. It would be great if someone could ever address this problem.
@Glambunni Mês atrás
Honestly a draw for me. I prefer Samsung's colours though. Iphone definitely has an aestheticly pleasing design and has great cameras but it doesn't make sense when you're not in their ecosystem. Maybe in a couple of years i'll order the Iphone15 but I just ordered the S23.
@Imrael69 2 meses atrás
For a second I was afraid that you're going to completely skip the higher resolution mode on S23U and I was nearly right. Nearly, because you've only mentioned about the 200MP mode when in reality there's also a 50MP mode which is superior (in my opinion as a user) to both standard 12MP and the high-res 200MP. It's my default mode for daytime pictures because of the added detail when compared to 12MP mode. It still takes a few seconds for the phone to process the picture but IMO 50MP mode is the perfect balance between quality of pictures, size of sized image and time this phone needs to process the image before it's accessible. I believe that comparing standard 24MP mode on iPhone to 50MP mode on Samsung could slightly change the result and overall comparison.
@neilmcguinness4422 2 meses atrás
That is the truth, but whisper it on here as there are lot of Apple people out here riding the wave of excitement of a new IPhone release. Bless them..😅😅
@baslielayalew5203 2 meses atrás
@@neilmcguinness4422 YEah apple might have paid them some...every little thing apple come up with is a huge news for em evenif its 5 year old thing or sth....he intentionally forgot the 50MP mode which could have brought major changes and still no mention from him he s born iphone. no wonder
@neilmcguinness4422 2 meses atrás
@@baslielayalew5203 Give it time for the IPhone 15 sales to climb as they will, and then wait for the more neutral reviews to hit. Along with the inevitable reports of glitches and bugs and problems. It is always the same with every IPhone. 2 meses atrás
Apple haters regurgitated each other is always fun to watch. Keep up the coping, mate, it’s empty calories.
@neilmcguinness4422 2 meses atrás The truth has obviously ruffled your feathers enough to comment on here. That's not what I call coping.. 😂😂👎
@ahmedshiroyasha5632 2 meses atrás
to be honest as a regular user s23 ultra pics just look better i don't care about the fine details you need a nice pic you get it thats what matters maybe it would be different for photographers but for the normal person i'd choose the s23 as for cameras and for the phone as a whole
As a tattoo artist, with mostly indoor lit evening photos of tattoos, as phone cameras have gotten better, they have gotten worse for tattoos, higher res picking up more glare and skin texture than our eyes and making the tattoos harder to read. With my new iPhone 15 pro, it seems to have taken some of that out and given some closer to what I’m seeing in person images. Huge step forward for us tattoo artists at least! I also came from a Samsung s21 Ultra.
@IMHO88-dm1xf 2 meses atrás
I don't think you mentioned that the iPhone 15 Pros' video recording glitch still exist from 13 and 14 Pros' As you're recording and when you move closer to the subject, there's still that 'skipping' effect when the phone changes lens to keep the object in focus... Also, has Apple fixed the 'no pause' option when you're recording a video on the stock iOS?
@IMHO88-dm1xf Mês atrás
@user-uc2ke2me6q That's why I unsubscribed because he's always biased with Apple products. 💯 Just look at how many subscribers Apple have compared to Android... I think not to offend any Apple fan boys and girls as he's trying to overtake Apple subscribers (he mentions that in his videos)... 😅
@IMHO88-dm1xf Mês atrás
@user-uc2ke2me6q I think he explains in his own little way to make sure Apple products (eg, I tried switching from iPhone to Samsung [he didn't even choose the S23 Ultra] & Mac vs Windows video) to make sure the Mac Book Air is superior...
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