Microphone reckons its iPhone app takes better pictures than Apple’s camera but don’t tell Apple as they do not agree of course best try it for yourself – @AceTweetNews

#AceNewsDesk – July.31: Microphone reckons its iPhone app takes better pictures than Apple’s cameraPhone

Microsoft has just taken Apple to school on quality picture taking and none of us saw it coming.

Apple’s main competitor has just announced a new app that promises to create a better picture than the iPhone every time… ouch.

It’s called Microsoft Pix, and despite the tech giant practically cornering the Android market, it’s decided to step on Apple’s toes and gifted it to all iPhone users.

This comes after iPhone launched its own competition asking customers to submit their best quality pictures taken on the 6s model.

But as their campaign is designed to prove just how dazzling an iPhone camera can be, Microsoft Pix has raised the bar and now Apple needs to think of comeback.

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Microsoft releases iPhone camera app that take better photos than Apple's camera
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella (Picture: Getty Images)

The app is designed to automatically adjust the exposure, focus and picture taking speed to create a clearer shot.

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We could drown you in more details as to why Microsoft Pix is supposed to be better, but we’ll let you be the decider – it’s free to download.

Just don’t tell Apple.

Apple iPhone 6s camera Vs Windows Lumia 950

Lumia 950 boasts a 20MP camera, while iPhone 6s only has 12MP.

The Windows Android also has a triple-LED flash, and iPhone has just two.

Lumia, owned by Nokia, also uses a ZEISS lens, so you can expect a sharper image.

But iPhone has some advanced UI tricks, like 3D Touch, where the Lumia is lacking.

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