Apple just announced the new iPhone 5s and bragged about its improved iSight camera. The new unit has a wider aperture (F/2.2 vs. F/2.4 for the iPhone 5) and “15% larger pixels” (1.5µm, up from 1.4µm). Feast your eyes on the first official camera samples from the new iPhone.
By the way, Apple skirted the subject a bit but the camera still shoots 8MP stills.
Apple iPhone 5s official camera samples
The wider aperture and bigger pixels will help with low-light shots – and so will the new True Tone dual-LED flash that uses two separate LED of different colors to get more accurate colors. Unfortunately, Apple has yet to release low-light samples – the closest is the jellyfish shot, but beautiful as it might be, it’s not great for judging image quality.