Editor’s Note: This tutorial was written and demonstrated for iOS 4. This will only work if you have a device that has a camera on it.
The camera for iDevices has never been top notch, with the exception of the iPhone 4, which has okay quality. The rest of the devices, including the iPod Touch 4th generation, sport bad cameras, with low resolution. Many people think that you can’t even focus the camera. However, this, at least, is untrue. Here’s a tutorial on how to focus your camera, using the native Camera app installed on devices that support this feature.
First, let’s open the app. You’ll see a screen similar to this one. Sorry, I know the picture’s a bit blurry, but you try and take a screenshot without shaking the device a bit
To focus the camera, just tap on the screen, where the camera should focus to. A blue square (shown in the screenshot below) will pop up on the screen, signifying that the camera has been focused to that location.
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