So I was reading Gizmodo yesterday just like every other day during lunch time. But this particular article about Apple’s iPhone 5 caught my attention.
Remember the iPhone 4 antenna problem we had before? And remember how Mr. Jobs said (not exact words obviously) we were holding it wrong? Now Apple is at it again though this time the problem isn’t the antenna but the supposedly improved camera. The problem is caused by, as mentioned from Gizmodo article, aiming at the sun and pictures taken will have a purple-ish sun as a result. Some are speculating that the purple-ish flare is caused by, as quoted from the article, “the sapphire glass covering the iPhone 5′s camera”. I’m glad my iPhone 4′s camera is working fine as I have taken numerous shots directly at the sun.
Here’s an example:
Got to love Apple’s infamous “you are holding it wrong” excuse, will they actually have a fix for this? Or are they not even going to bother looking into this and continue using that phrase whenever a problem surfaces?
Apple is the only company that I know that will, without a doubt, blame on the customers first instead of admitting there is a problem on their end. Bad Apple bad!
Tags: apple, camera, iphone, iphone 4, iphone 5, iphone camera
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on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012 at 7:09 pm