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Tuesday, 16 April 2013 13:40

Next iPhone might get better camera

Written by Slobodan Simic



12-megapixel sensor, HDR and improved low-light performance

According to a fresh rumor, the yet to be released next-gen Apple iPhone might have a better 12-megapixel camera.

The rumor came from a source that works for Wonderful Saigon Electrics, a company that actually makes camera modules for Apple. According to earlier rumors, the new iPhone 5S, as the rumor mill likes to call it right now, is expected after the Summer.

The new iPhone will not only have a new 12-megapixel sensor but will also be much better in low-light scenarios, something that Apple obviously liked on the Nokia Lumia 920. It will also and expectedly, have HDR support as well.

One thing is sure, by the time Apple comes up with a new iPhone, Samsung and HTC will be already selling their flagships for quite some time and we are quite sure that many iOS fans will switch to newer Android flagship rather than to wait for the new Apple iPhone.

Via Phonearena.com.


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