The developers and the customers who use these apps are gonna love the new Eye-Fi camera.
It's just a huge jump forward for iPad.
It's a full, new, eight megapixel Eye-Fi camera, and it's large, 1.12 micron pixels.
It's a fast 2.4 aperture.
It takes photos at 1080p HD video.
It has a great sensor.
It's combined with the Apple designed lens.
But really what rounds it out is the brains behind it all.
The image signal processing is done in that A8X chip.
And it does an incredible job.
I'm gonna show you some photos now that were taken with an iPad Air 2.
Right off of it.
And tell me you're not gonna be blown away that these were taken with in iPad.
Look at that photo.
That's a beautiful landscape scene.
You can see the quality of the Auto HDR that creates amazing exposure.
Look at the low noise in that blue sky.
and it is a remarkable photo.
People are just not going to believe that these are taken with the iPad you bring with you to do work and you're taking incredible photos with it.
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