Apple's brand-new iPhone 6S and 6S Plus are finally upon us, and one of the main areas that's been given a boost is the camera. On both models, the camera's resolution has been upped from 8 to 12 megapixels. The iPhone 6 was already one of the best phone cameras around, and it's capable of taking some truly stunning photos. That Apple had taken something already superb and made it even better was an intensely intriguing prospect.
As a photographer, I was very excited to take the new 6S Plus for a spin around an unusually sunny Ealing, West London to see how the new camera compares to the older iPhone 6, as well as its main rival, the Samsung Galaxy S6 -- another phone that we at CNET found to be a superb photographer's companion.