Apple reveals what makes its iPhone camera so advanced Apple created an entire marketing campaign around how great the photos taken on its iPhone 6 and 6s range are, and now the firm has revealed what makes the camera 'so special'. During an interview with Charlie Rose for 60 Minutes, Apple's senior director of camera hardware explained each module is made using more than 200 individual parts. Graham Townsend also added the company has more than 800 engineers working on it. Scroll down for video pre bonded hairDuring an interview with Charlie Rose for 60 Minutes, Apple's senior director of camera hardware explained each camera module (pictured) is made using more than 200 individual parts. Graham Townsend also added the company has more than 800 engineers working on it During the interview, Townsend said each module contains four wires that create what he described as a 'microsuspension'. Each wire is thinner than a human hair. This makes the camera better equipped to deal with shakes and movement, and forms the basis of the camera's stablisation feature. This feeds into a total of '24 billion' operations involved in taking a single image, continued Townsend. APPLE'S ISIGHT CAMERA

The iSight camera is the rear-facing camera built into Apple's latest handsets. It features an Apple-designed lens that carries a large f/2.2 aperture to let in more light than previous models. It also has auto white balance, autofocus and, most notably, an auto image stabilisation tool. iSight's Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS) feature works by taking four individual shots and combining them into a single image. It uses the phone's chip, gyroscope and motion coprocessor to measure motion data and provide precise lens movement, and was designed specifically to compensate for shaking hands. remy hair extensionsEach module contains four wires that create a 'microsuspension'. This makes the camera better equipped to deal with shakes and movement, and forms the basis of the camera's stablisation feature. On the most recent 6s range, the iSight camera captures 12MP still photos. 'People love to take pictures with iPhone,' explained Apple. 'In fact, it's the most popular camera in the world.' Elsewhere, the team of engineers tests the camera in variety of settings at a lab in Apple's headquarters. This includes different lighting scenarios. The iSight camera is the rear-facing camera built into Apple's handsets. It features an Apple-designed lens that carries a large f/2.2 aperture to let in more light than previous models. It also has an auto white balance, autofocus and, most notably, an auto image stabilisation tool. iSight's Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS) feature works by taking four individual shots and combining them into a single image. It uses the phone's chip, gyroscope and motion coprocessor to measure motion data and provide precise lens movement, and was designed specifically to compensate for shaking hands.

On the most recent 6s range, the iSight camera captures 12MP still photos. Apple also redesigned the image signal processor to work with iOS to provide better 'temporal and spatial noise reduction'. Every pixel in the sensor was re-engineered to prevent 'crosstalk' between the subpixels, meaning Apple could fit more pixels in the sensor for a sharper, more colourful photo. 'People love to take pictures with iPhone,' explained Apple. 'In fact, it's the most popular camera in the world.' Last year, a small percentage of owners complained that a fault in the iSight camera of the iPhone 6 Plus model caused their images to look blurry. In response, Apple agreed to replace the faulty components free of charge as long as the rest of the phone was in good working order. During the interview, Townsend said each module contains four wires that create what he described as a 'microsuspension'. Each wire is thinner than a human hair. This makes the camera (pictured) better equipped to deal with shakes and movement, and forms the basis of the camera's stablisation feature In the same 60 Minutes interview, Apple boss Tim Cook said that he won't weaken the unbreakable encryption technology on his products to allow the US government to access iMessages because it could actually damage national security. Cook, who gave the first part of his interview before the Paris attacks, said in the second portion that his stance hadn't changed in the wake of the shootings. perruques cheveux naturelsEven though it is believed the Paris perpetrators used encrypted messages to communicate, Cook said he will not create a 'back door' for the government unless Apple is served with a warrant. In the same 60 Minutes interview, boss Tim Cook (pictured) said that he won't weaken the unbreakable encryption technology on Apple products to allow the US government to access iMessages because it could actually damage national security Apple's encryption technology makes it nearly impossible for anyone but the intended recipient to see an iMessage (above) after it is sent Apple's encryption technology makes it impossible for anyone but the intended recipient to see a message and it's so strong even the company can’t get to communications. FBI Director James Comey, UK Prime Minister David Cameron and others have called for Apple and other tech companies to create ways to access messages sent by suspected criminals. Cook explained his stance on the powerful encryption doesn't just come down to the issue of privacy versus national security and that since 'we're America' that 'we should have both'. Cook told Rose: 'If the government lays a proper warrant on us today then we will give the specific information that is requested. 'Because we have to by law. In the case of encrypted communication, we don't have it to give. 'And so if like your iMessages are encrypted, we don't have access to those. The Apple chief executive added: 'There have been people that suggest that we should have a back door. 'But the reality is if you put a back door in, that back door's for everybody, for good guys and bad guys.'

With starring roles in Suicide Squad, Wolf of Wall Street and The Legend of Tarzan, Margot Robbie has Hollywood well and truly under her spell. And now a new generation of up-and-coming Australian soap stars are trying to emulate the success of the ex-Neighbours actress. Olympia Valance, Mavournee Hazel and Lilly Van Der Meer - all of whom are causing a stir on Neighbours, are trying to follow in their role model's footsteps. Scroll down for video Role model: Neighbours star Olympia Valance (left) is trying to emulate the success of Margot Robbie (right) Lilly, who plays Xanthe Canning on the show, has even been touted as the new Margot thanks, in part, to her upbringing in the same Gold Coast neighbourhood. The 16-year-old has previously told the Courier Mail how she has been spurred on by the blonde beauty's success. 'I love watching all her films, and it's so encouraging to see how well she has done,' she said. perruques cheveuxRising star: Lilly Van Der Meer (pictured) has also expressed an interest in moving to LA Sister act: Olympia (left), whose is blessed with the same incredible looks as her older sister Holly Candy (nee Valance), is also making waves on the popular soap 'I love where I am right now. Neighbours is so amazing and I ­always wanted to be a part of a show like this.' Olympia, whose is blessed with the same incredible looks as her older sister Holly Candy (nee Valance), is also making waves on the popular soap. The brunette beauty has already been scouted by the same Hollywood agents that look after Chris and Liam Hemsworth. She has not ruled out a move to Tinseltown and all eyes will be on the 23-year-old when her contract runs out early next year. Making waves: Olympia has already been scouted by the same Hollywood agents that look after Chris and Liam Hemsworth Popular: With starring roles in Suicide Squad (pictured), Wolf of Wall Street and The Legend of Tarzan, Margot Robbie has Hollywood well and truly under her spell Olympia, who plays Paige Smith on the show, has previously told Sydney Morning Herald how she would 'love' to try something different and star in a movie. 'LA might be down the line,' she said. Mavournee has also spoken about how she strives to match Margot's work ethic on the Neighbours set. She told news.com.au: 'Margot's work ethic (on Neighbours) was impeccable. She always arrived on set knowing her lines. 'Being where Margot has been I'm trying to replicate that.' Talent: Mavournee Hazel has also spoken about how she strives to match Margot's work ethic on the Neighbours set

She's been enjoying a picturesque holiday in Italy with her family. And Beyonce looked stylish as she was spotted in Lipari, Sicily with husband Jay Z and their adorable daughter Blue Ivy on Friday. Rocking a black one-piece swimsuit, the 34-year-old superstar enjoyed the sights and sounds of the beautiful island with her nearest and dearest. Scroll down for video Fun in the sun! Beyonce looked stylish as she was spotted in Lipari, Sicily with husband Jay Z and their adorable daughter Blue Ivy Showing off her sizzling hot body, her strapless monokini accentuated her ample cleavage and featured a patterned string planel across her midriff with pretty gold beading. Adding a splash of colour, she donned a chunky turquoise statement necklace and accessorised with hoop earrings. Covering her face with a large sunhat, she looked every inch the stylish star. Sizzling! Rocking a black one-piece swimsuit, the 34-year-old superstar enjoyed the sights and sounds of the beautiful island Effortless glamour: Covering her pretty face with metallic shades, she wore her trademark golden tresses in beach curls Yummy mummy: Showing off her sizzling hot body, her strapless monokini accentuated her ample cleavage and featured a patterned string planel across her midriff with pretty gold beading lace front wigsAnd covering her pretty face with metallic shades, she wore her trademark golden tresses in beach curls. Adding a cover-up to her ensemble, she rocked a semi-sheer dark blue kaftan. Opting for casual footwear, the Run The World hitmaker wore low black sandals. La Dolce Vita! Adding a splash of colour, she donned a chunky turquoise statement necklace and accessorised with hoop earrings Mini-me: Little Blue Ivy was also in tow, looking cute in a burgundy summer dress Adorable: Wearing her hair in cute bows, the four-year-old tot donned pretty designer sandals with metallic wings Family affair: 46-year-old music mogul Jay looked casual in a white T-shirt and shorts, as they explored the island with a group of friends

Precious cargo: Doting dad Jay and a pal helped Blue Ivy onto a boat I got you babe: Jay then turned his attentions to his stunning wife, making sure she got onto the boat safely Little Blue Ivy was also in tow, looking cute in a burgundy summer dress. Wearing her hair in cute bows, she donned pretty designer sandals with metallic wings. The four-year-old tot held on to dad Jay Z's hand as they boarded a boat. cosplay wigsVIP treatment: Bey held out her hand as she negotiated the jump from the shore Leggy: The music superstar showed off her long legs as she climbed aboard Mini me: Beyonce kept close to her daughter all day, holding her hand in the sunshine Group outing: Beyonce and Jay have been joined by some friends in Italy The 46-year-old music mogul looked casual in a white T-shirt and shorts, as they explored the island with a group of friends. The pop star and her family were enjoying some down time after wrapping up the European leg of her Formation World Tour. Beyoncé's tour heads back to the US next month, as she continues to promote her latest album Lemonade. The need for speed: Beyonce later showed off her action girl side as she hit a jet ski VIP on board! The star got some pointers before whizzing off Giving her a run for her money: Jay also hopped on a jet ski for a ride across the waves