Sales of the iPhone, which launched a revolution in the world of mobile phones in 2007, became one of Apple’s main sources of income. With every year, their product range increases along with the number of fans. In a sense, iPhone has become a de facto standard in the world of mobile gadgets: users have access to the most cutting-edge tech solutions, all collected inside a small smartphone. One of the reasons why most people choose the iPhone is its high-resolution camera. Lately, there has been an ever growing number of alternatives to Apple’s smartphone, many of them offering similar technical characteristics at a lower price point. But one thing that remains stable is Apple’s status as a trendsetter. Imitators continue copying the company’s work: removing headphone jacks, opting for thinner frames or screens featuring frontal camera openings.