Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Photos of Top Strip of iPhone 5S Rr Shell Again Point to Dual-LED Flash

’s upcoming iPhone 5 refresh, the iPhone 5S, is expected to further appse toiPhone photographersby incrsing the back iSight camera resolution from eight megapixels on the current model all the way up to twelve megapixels.Pixel count matters but there’s more to photography than megapixels (hint: more powerful LED flash). is thought to be giving the iPhone 5S a dual-LED flash module, a first for the iPhone. The technology should allow forimproved low-light shootingand more natural looking photographs, especially those taken under artificial light.The French blog on Monday published a photo showing what looks like a back iPhone part – the top glass strip to be precise, with a taller LED flash hole next to the iSight camera hole…NowhereElsehas reposted the s originallyposted by a user on Chinese microblogging site Sina Weibo.As seen top of post and below, the part looks much like the top glass wedge from the current two-tone iPhone 5 design. Unlike the actual aluminum backplate, the strip is made from glass to allow radio signals to pass through the device’s chassis.That’s also where ’s engineers put camera and LED flash holes. Comparing these s with your iPhone 5 revls a considerable larger, pill-shaped LED flash hole.The twice as tall window will presumable accommodate for a larger dual-LED flash module.The iPhone 5S‘s camera module assembly may also becompletely independent of the flash moduls opposed to the iPhone 5, which has a ribbon attached to the camera part.iLoungewas first to report back in January that the next iPhone will include a larger flash module in addition to a thirteen-megapixel camera module, mentioning as ’s likely CMOS sensor pick.However, yesterday’s report by the fairly reliableMacotakaracontradicts iLongue’s camera resolution claim, saying the iPhone 5S will actually retain the iPhone 5′s eight-megapixel sensor and fture a wider f/2.0 aperture to allow more light in while taking photos, thereby improving sensitivity and quality.Be that as it may, the reliableKGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo in Marchconfirmedthe dual-LED flash theory. He thinks the 5S will fture what he referred to asan all-new Smart Flash system, which can use a white or yellow flash based on lighting conditions.There’s also evidence that the iPhone 5S will enablesuper slow-motion capturt 120 frames per second.AllThingsDhrd from sources (andThe Loopcorroborated) that is scheduled to unveil the new i at a media event on September 10.

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