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The Pixel might be a bit more versatile for people, but I think it's more useful for people who want to take the best possible photos. I'll admit that it's nice to have an iPhone for things I need to do quickly.
An obvious advantage of having a phone with a much larger sensor is that you can crop just a little larger, no matter what the angle. In the photo above, the iPhone used a 5-pixel border, while the Pixel used a 15-pixel border. So, as the iPhone's shot shows, the Pixel can crop almost as much as the Pixel can.
Here's a photo of the Pixel and the iPhone that's been reduced down to 13.5 inches. I matched the colors, but the pixels are much smaller in the iPhone version. The iPhone's photo has a rich color depth, while the Pixel is a bit more muted. (It's a detail I didn't notice in the comparison above.)
For me, the iPhone's larger 12MP sensor, the Pixel's larger 8MP sensor, and the iPhone's 2.5x digital zoom, taken together, give me the best of all worlds -- photos that are great for both macro and landscape photography, photos that I can blow up for the family, and photos that are great for posting online.
The Pixel has an edge too. It has more depth of field, which makes people's faces look less out of focus. But it's not the best camera, by a long shot. The Pixel's cameras have been consistently terrible for years. We've seen multiple phones be released that include similar photo flaws that still persist.
I didn't notice a huge difference in quality between the two photos. Each phone is an overall winner in its own right, and I don't think we can accuse the iPhone 14 Pro of being a bad phone. But that doesn't mean I'm not glad the Pixel's in my life. It makes it even more challenging to get rid of the iPhone.
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