Lower photo quality on iOS 9

Discussion in 'iOS 9' started by Siana, Oct 8, 2015.

  1. Siana

    Siana New Member

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    Okay, I've had it with Apple. I wasn't sure but I checked and now I am. I had iPhone 4 that was taking 3-4MB photos, my iPhone 5S was taking 3,5MB photos while on iOS 8. After I upgraded to iOS 9 I have noticed that my biggest photo is 1,3MB (iCloud is turned off so I don't have that lower quality photos on). I have tried stabalizing, focusing, good light, EVERYTHING. The biggest photo is 1,3 MB.
    I also have noticed someting or maybe is the light but dust in the camera? How did even got there? Is this possible? I really hope its iOS 9 thing. Is there any hidden option I haven't figured out or I should throw my phone wich costs me 35$ per month for 2 years out the window?
    I love Apple but right now I really really hate them.
     
  2. J. A.

    J. A. Super Moderator Staff Member

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    I've just looked at my photos taken before and after the update to iOS 9: there's no difference. I still have photos with more than 3 MB, and I had pictures with 1 or 1,5 MB before the update. I didn't change anything in the way I take photos, and I'm taking quite a few pictures.

    This is not an issue with iOS 9.

    If there's dust in the camera (or outside?) take it to the next Apple Retail Store or call Apple Support.
     
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  3. Siana

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    No, there is no dust. It was something from the light. I don't know whats going on...
     
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    Hi J.A…

    Be sure you don't have any filters turned on (on purpose or accidentally). That can reduce size and resolution.
     
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    I don't have filters on. Somehow I managed to take 2,8 mb photo in a good day light with lots of colors and stuff AND HDR on. But before the update they were over 2mb even with lower light
     

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