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iPhone 5 To Have Dual LED Flash

The next generation iPhone 5 is speculated to have dual LED flash for supporting brighter and expansive pictures. The dual LED Flash will upscale the intrinsic features of the device and in turn leverage from the capabilities of the device in a seamless manner. The pictures taken from new iPhone 5 will be highly lucid and in detail. The end users will be able to edit the images in real time with the best utility software solutions and add necessary jazz on the move. It will be interesting to note if Apple provides one of the dual mode LED’s for video recording mode too. The competing smart phones on Android and Nokia’s platform offer a single mode LED flash camera. The LED flash was all together missing in iPhone 4 and end users wanted to gain from the supreme feature in the next release of iPhone. The arena looks competitive in the smart phone segment and only the rich features can drive sales numbers in the stiff environment.


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The design of new iPhone will be slightly tweaked from the rear to accommodate dual LED flash for better picture capturing at all times. The new iPhone 5 is anticipated to hit the international markets by end of 2011. And it will eventually become the Apple of everyone’s eyes too. It is anticipated that Xenon’s flash would be enabled on the device to provide the necessary thump in the pictures. The end users will be able to capture the picture details of foreground and background in the single shot without any hassles or constraints at all. The official documentation and release on dual flash mode is yet to be announced by Apple or its associated business partners. Stay glued to the latest developments pertaining to iPhone 5 and be amongst the early bird users for getting hands-on to the device.

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