Man films Coldplay gig to show the unbelievable quality of iPhone 15 zoom
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Someone has been showing off just how far in you can zoom with the iPhone 15 by filming a Coldplay gig from pretty much a mile away.
The phone is packing a 48MP main camera with a plethora of features to play around with for a nice crisp picture.
One guy put the camera through its paces and decided to show off the zoom function with a video posted to TikTok of a Coldplay gig.
At first all seemed to be pretty normal, just someone recording a gig on their phone, but then he zoomed out and showed that he was right at the back of the performance at a distance where the band were naught but an assortment of specks.
Naturally the comment section was full of people saying their Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra could already do that so the iPhone 15 was nothing special.
People said they were 'laughing in S23 Ultra', with one person saying the Samsung smartphone 'zooms in closer still lol', claiming they compared it to a friend's iPhone 15 Pro Max.
Even when people were praising the Apple device by saying it was 'actually amazing for an iPhone', Samsung's loyal army of devotees chipped in to say their company of choice 'knows how to make a great quality camera'.
While the iPhone 15 has a 48MP main camera the Galaxy S23 has a 50MP one, and the S23 Ultra has a 200MP camera in it for even sharper photography.
Both companies' phones have the same 12MP ultra-wide camera but it looks like showing off what an iPhone camera can do will summon a thousand Samsung fans to tell you that theirs is better.
Whichever phone company you prefer it's still pretty impressive that you can zoom in from such a massive distance away and still get a pretty good picture.
However, there have been some problems with the iPhone 15 after people have spent a bit of time with the new model.
Meanwhile, some iPhone users have found that the 15 is overheating so much they can't even hold it.
Apple have acknowledged that there is a bit of a problem in this area and that they're working on a fix for it.
Other iPhone users have been complaining that a new update has left them having to charge their phones so much, though some have said they've been finding the performance better than ever.