The iPhone remains the most popular camera on Flickr, and it’s not even close
The original iPhone helped kickstart the modern-day smartphone revolution, and among other things, ultimately gave individuals the ability to take jaw-dropping photographs without having to carry around a dedicated point-and-shoot. Though original iPhone left much to be desired camera-wise, it didn’t take long for Apple to start throwing more and more engineering resources towards improving photo quality on the iPhone.
With each passing year, it seems as if every new iPhone release sets a new bar of excellence for mobile photography. And in a statistic that may not come as much of a surprise, the iPhone today remains the most popular camera within the Flickr community. For the year gone by, Flickr notes that iPhone cameras overall accounted for 54% of the top 100 devices on the site. In a distant second place was Canon with a 23% share, followed by Nikon with 18%.
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