In the grand scheme of things, ten years is nothing; an insignificant slice of our planet’s long timeline. But when it comes to technological innovation, a lot can change in a decade, and some of the gadgets, software, and silicon you relied on back in 2010 now seems almost ancient and ready for the antique market.
Indeed. Just look at the advances in the iPhone.
It’s said that the best camera is the one you have with you to actually capture a moment or a memory, and it didn’t take long for smartphones to improve enough for the average consumer to forget why they used to carry a separate camera at all. An expensive, professional-grade digital camera can still outperform a smartphone on a technical level, but looking back at Apple’s last big product unveil of the decade the most lauded feature of the new iPhone 11 Pro is its improved photography capabilities—and it’s more than just hype.
Indeed again. iPhone 11 Pro photo and video capability is astounding.