Wednesday, June 6, 2012

iPhone 5 Will Support HD FaceTime With HD Front Camera & 8 MP Rear Camera [ Images ]

Nowadays, thousands of rumors about next iPhone spread over webs, blogs and forums. Some rumors describe iPhone 5 size and other talk about it's performance and predicts new concepts in general. We picked a rumor at appleinsider which claims that iPhone 5 will be supported with HD FaceTime camera. We hope it to be a real. Let's see the table which indicates this feature in detail after the jump.

The high resolution shooter, which would be a significant upgrade from the current VGA sensor used in the iPhone 4S, would allow users to make higher-quality FaceTime calls, and, according to Kuo, will be repositioned to the center of the handset… And for your information we already heard the HD Facetime camera said to come for the iPhone 4S.
As for the rear-facing camera, Kuo said Apple will likely retain the 8-megapixel camera while improving the aperture range to go up to f/2.2. The iPhone 4S has a maximum aperture of f/2.4. The analyst also predicted that the rear camera on the next iPhone will be noticeable thinner, “making it the most challenging iPhone design yet.”
It is very fantastic to use face time calls in HD mode, we can't confirm this rumors untill iPhone 5 to be launched, we will wait and see.