Sunday, October 7, 2012

Apple Officially Responds To The Purple Haze Problem On The iPhone 5, Says Its Normal

One of the problems which iPhone 5 users have been experiencing is a purple haze when taking photos with sunlight. Last week Apple replied a user in their support page and telling the user that it is normal. Now Apple has put an official statement on their support page with some supporting documents stating that this behavior is normal. They described the problem as "A purplish or other colored flare, haze, or spot is imaged from out-of-scene bright light sources during still image or video capture." Additionally Apple also said that this behavior is present in all iPhone's and some small cameras. This problem is started when the position of the bright light entering the lens is placed at an angle. Although Apple stated that all iPhone's were affected by this problem but till now nobody has reported this problem. This problem could have been caused by the new sapphire cover glass. 
Source: Pocketnow And Apple 
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