Whenever Apple upgrade their iPhone they usually make improvements to its camera, and if a patent is anything to go by then the iPhone 5S or 6 could have a camera that will capture images without the fear of blurs. This is because in the patent it shows that an image is already taken and stored long before the shutter is open, much like the latest Nikon compact.
It’s said that the software will then select the best image based on a number of factors. If this were just one of the new iPhone features then it could take one step closer to becoming a serious device for taking images. Such a system might already be in use on the current iPhone, but looking at some of the images being taken we highly doubt it.
Because the iPhone is limited on space there are always going to be sacrifices, and the camera has always been one of them, along with the battery as well. However, technology changes all the time and so does software, so we could see the iPhone 5S or 6 with improved zoom or even capable of offering 12MP or even rumors of a 13MP camera on the next iPhone could be possible.
If you visit Apple Insider they have in-depth details on this patent that could bring an end to blurry photos on the iPhone 5S or 6. If Apple is not already using such a system and plan to feature it in their next smartphone, then that would be one review worth testing.
We still have no idea as to the release date for the next iPhone, but we already have several suggestions in regards to the specs we don’t want, along with what we can expect in iOS 7. There’s also the small matter of the price, because in 2012 the iPhone 5 saw a slight increase, we just hope that the iPhone 5S or 6 does not see another price increase in 2013.
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