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Posted by on Oct 2, 2012 in Cameras | 0 comments

Accused problems with the camera of the iPhone 5

Accused problems with the camera of the iPhone 5

Contrary to what you may think of Apple, the newly launched 5 is not without flaws. We saw some users claiming problems on screen , seeing how certain units now have difficulty shooting in environments where there is a strong light source.

Sure, it happens to everyone, and in fact appear to be exceptional cases when you can achieve this effect, however, it appears that there is a real before us. Because the “effect” of which we speak is a halo of light that appears when a picture is taken in the presence of a strong light, something that even the phone earlier models did not happen. Experts intuit that this may be due to new cover that faces the lens.

The striking thing about the story is the response given to the problem facing Apple. Because yes, the company has answered the concerns of an affected person admitting the fact, saying that “we recommend you to point the camera away from the light source when taking pictures. The purple fringing is considered normal behavior for the camera of the iPhone 5.

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Link: Apple Acknowledges iPhone 5 Camera Problem, Says You’re Holding It Wrong (Gizmodo)

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