So pretty disappointed out of the gate. There is pitting on the corners and sides of the phone ever since I picked it up. That was a major downer. Now I finally started playing with the camera and am not impressed. I loved the 5s camera. It took amazing pictures. So I splurged and got myself an iPhone 6s on launch day thinking it would be a major step up in the camera dept. I took some pictures of family during the supermoon. It was unbelievable how bad how they came out. I thought it was a fluke. However, I just did some test shots and I can't believe how bad they are. The iPhone 6s side by side to the 5s is washed out, low contrast and the details are non existent. The 5s keeps the details in the image. Same OS, same lighting, tried using both autofocus and touch focus. Same results. Notice how on the 6s, you don't even realize there is a pattern in the wood floor or any detail in the jeans. Update: thumbnails only - click for normal size Update: Apple has replaced the phone with pitting in the corners and sides with no hassle. Defect in manufacturing. Update: Using 645 PRO Mk III has led to some much better shots. However low light is still an issue. Update: The 645 PRO Mk III and Pure Shot apps are nice but very buggy. They freeze the majority of the time causing lost shots and need for power cycle. There is definitely an issue with the stability of both the 645 PRO Mk III and the Pure Shot apps on the 6s, however the quality is better than the default camera app can produce. If you can handle the freezing and crashing of the app, then it is worth the $4 for more control of the camera. There is still DNR processing on both apps regardless of what it says under the description.