The iPhone 5 is certainly a multi talented smartphone. it is hard to pick one aspect of this model that really stands out such is the wealth of great features and excellent specification on offer. If you were pushed however many consumers would highlight the brilliant camera facility on the device. There have been complaints filed with Apple recently however about an issue with this area of the phone.
The complaint that have been lodged relate to certain images captured with the iPhone 5 showing a purple haze on the final photograph. These images have one thing in common which is that they have all been taken in very bright conditions. Apple have responded by stating that this is not an actual fault with the phone but rather a problem that is apparent on all small camera devices. The issue is caused by light reflecting from the camera assembly on the handset. The problem arises when a shot is taken directly into bright light, something any photographer will tell you should not be done. Apple have said that the problem can occur on any phone and that to avoid it do not take photographs directly into bright light.
Apart from the small issue above the camera on the iPhone 5 is widely regarded as being one of the very best available on any phone. When the specification of the phone was originally released it looked as though the camera part had remained relatively untouched as the resolutions remain the same but some small changes have has a drastic effect on picture quality. The handset boasts better light sensitivity so images captured in poor light now feature more detail. In addition to this noise reduction has also been improved on the model. The camera itself is also much faster at actually recording an image, approximately 40 per cent quicker than the iPhone 4S.
It seems as though the reported camera problems on the new iPhone 5 are infact not problems but simply limitations of small cameras. The phone remains as a great example of how good a phone camera can be.