“Can you hand me my camera?” my wife says.
If the Smartphone is a phone first, it’s definitely a camera second.
I use my Camera+ app more than anything else on my iPhone. If I’m not taking pictures, I’m reviewing the images already captures in the Lightbox.
A Smartphone’s camera is a huge selling point for me. So much so that I’m willing to abandon the iPhone for a Smartphone with a sharper camera. I just haven’t heard of one yet.
If Apple is going to retain mobile marketshare, it really needs to keep improving the quality of its phone’s camera resolution.
The world communicates in pictures. Pictures are the new status posts, although video is also rapidly emerging. Cameras need to keep pace with us, not the other way around.