Plenty of digital ink has been spilled about the iPhone 5 camera’s occasional tendency to capture purple flares (even though it’s not an issue exclusive to Apple’s latest handheld), and Apple released an official response to the issue earlier today.
Earlier, we reported that Apple’s iPhone 5 seemed to have some issues with purple flaring when taking photos with a light source just in or off frame, as reported by a number of users and duplicated in tests.
Enough’s been said already about the iPhone 5′s purple flaring issue. It’s actually very common for modern-day optics systems, but long-time users aren’t really used to it.
So the folks at FotoDiox have brought a fix to the table: the CamHoodie case for iPhone 5.
The case greatly reduces the amount of purple lens flare both in stills and capturing video.
Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: MobilityAlthough the colour purple is famously associated with royalty, those who have seen a purple haze from their iPhone 5s may really be right royally holding their iPhones wrongly, prompting Apple to (not quite) say: hold different.
We’ve just learned that the iPhone 5 camera may be faulty, showing a purple haze (yep, I said it) in certain lighting conditions. If you take a picture with the iPhone 5, and there’s a bright light that’s outside of the frame, you’ll see a purple tint come across the image.
This is possibly due to the Sapphire glass used in the camera’s lens.
Apple iPhone five Launch Delayed To 2012
Apple can be a primary mobile phone manufacturer which is common for its iPhones. After the unforeseen accomplishment of its iPhone four now Apple is planning to launch its iPhone five that is not formally declared but. It is being stated that Apple has delayed its release to 2012.
Apple’s new iPhone 5s is set to go on sale this Friday, Sept. 20, and the phone is already generating a lot of buzz. The 5s is the more advanced of two new Apple iPhones, and offers a lot of technical advantages over the iPhone 5c also launching the same day.