An Apple software engineer working on Safari and WebKit for iOS may have posted the first ever picture taken by an iPhone 5 on Flickr.
The picture was taken down by Apple, but not before it became well spread throughout the web.
Although the picture’s EXIF data claims that it was taken from an iPhone 4, the actual image was calculated to be almost 8 megapixels – a number that is significantly higher than the iPhone 4′s 5 megapixels and goes along with solid rumors about the iPhone 5.
Also, Pocketnow.com adds that
the lens was recorded as a 4.3mm f/2.4, which is closer to that of a point-and-shoot than the iPhone 4′s actual 3.85mm f/2.8.
As you can see, the picture has quite high resolution, and looks very nice compared to normal 5 megapixel photos from the iPhone 4.
So is this picture actually a result of the iPhone 5′s camera? I sure hope so – after all you don’t come across a phone that can take pictures like that everyday.
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