Love it, hate it, or be purely ambivalent about it, but there is no denying that the iPhone is a popular mobile. This also makes it one of the most popular devices for taking photos on. There are many who would argue that the fruity phone just isn’t up to the task of taking ‘professional’ snaps so, will this snap-on tech from Zeiss make any difference?

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