Monday, October 8, 2012

Apple officially pronounced on the problem of the camera of the iPhone 5

Screen Shot 2012 10 08 at 1.27.53 PM Apple se pronuncia de manera oficial acerca del problema de la cámara del iPhone 5

So far Apple had not provided any official information concerning the problem of purple glitter into the camera of the iPhone 5. This glow is when we take a picture in which there is present a powerful source of light and occurs in a large number of iPhones 5. The team at Gizmodo sent an e-mail to Apple asking what happened to the camera and Apple said it was "normal".

Now Apple has officially decided to rule on the section of its website Support :


A glow, beam or stain purple or another color from an external source to the image displayed when taking pictures or video.


Most cameras, including those that have iPhones of various generations, could show a reflection in the corner of the picture when we take a picture with external light sources. This occurs when the light source is positioned at an angle (normally outside the field of vision) causing a reflection of the surfaces inside the camera module and its sensor. To eliminate or reduce the effect, move the camera slightly to prevent this glare into the lens or lenses protect the hand.

In short, Apple tells us to move the camera away avoiding the spotlight that produces these reflections or light cover ourselves with our own hands.

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Article Apple officially pronounced on the problem of the camera of the iPhone 5 has been originally published in News iPhone .

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