Apple just released a new iPhone 6s World Gallery, which consists of 53 photographs created by 41 different individuals who range from average iPhone users to legit professional photographers. Every photo in the gallery has been shot with the iPhone 6s, and focuses on the human aspect of great everyday moments of our lives.  The World Gallery will be featured in 85 cities in 26 different countries. Due to its geographical scale, the gallery may be considered one of the biggest mobile photography galleries ever.

The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus both come installed with a 12 megapixel sensor.  Due to the apple-designed image sensor, the iPhones ability to capture truer colors, sharpness and fine details have also increased exponentially.  According to Flickr, the iPhone is one of the most used cameras around the world.

We truly are in a new age where mobile photography is one of the most popular ways of shooting. It’s ease and convenience helps the average user begin their adventure into photography and gives professionals a new and creative way to shoot.

Here are some of the featured photos of the World Gallery:
ashish_p© Ashish Parmar, Bangalore, Karnataka, India


athia_r© Athia Renee, Canton Michigan


chris_h© Chris Hamill, The Maldives
christopher_a© Christopher Anderson, Brooklyn, NY
cielo_d© Cielo de la Paz, Livermore, CA

dustin_c© Dustin Cohen, Brooklyn, NY


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© Erin Brooks, Lakewood, Washington


gianluca_c© Gianluca Colla, Belle Usine, Fully, Switzerland

hollyn_b© Hollyn Baron, Brooklyn Public Library, NY

jake_d© Jake Debruyckere, Mt. Davidson, San Francisco

jirasak_p_06© Jirasak Panpiansin, Chaiyaphum Province, Thailand



jirasak_p_07© Jirasak Panpiansin, Chaiyaphum Province, Thailand

kevin_m_01© Kevin Mao, Shanghai, China


melissa_c© Melissa Casillas, Querétaro, México


pierre_b© Pierre Babin, Plateau Mont-Royal Neighborhood, Montreal, Canada


timothy_m© Timothy Mulcare, Harvest Moon Orchard, North Salem, NY


Images taken by the iPhone 6S by Zak Noyle© Zak Noyle, Honolulu, Hawaii