Apple Park is Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, California. It’s famous for its circular “Spaceship” building designed by Norman Foster. The campus is huge, with a Steve Jobs Theater for events. They take the environment seriously, using lots of solar panels and green landscaping. Inside, it’s all about collaboration and creativity for the 12,000 employees who work there. Visitors can check out the Apple Store and get a peek at the cool campus. Opened in 2017, it’s become a symbol of Apple’s style and commitment to the planet.
Twice this year, I’ve had the privilege of attending product launches. In June, the Apple Vision Pro was revealed and I got a hands on session with the device.
September: We recently went back to visit Apple Park, where we got an early look at the forthcoming iPhone 15 lineup. To say the the new devices are incredible would be an understatement. However, the true stars of this unveiling were undoubtedly the enhanced camera systems.
Apple has evidently invested heavily in advancing their photography capabilities. The improvements are nothing short of remarkable, with these cameras poised to offer DSLR-level quality in a compact device. The new 5x camera offers an astonishing 120mm focal view.
Apple’s trademark commitment to innovation and design shines brightly in these new offerings, and the expectations are undeniably high.
In the coming few days, I will be conducting thorough tests and sharing my firsthand experiences over on my Instagram. The question looms: can the iPhone 15 compete with the professional DSLR cameras I use? Stay tuned to find out.