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iPhone 5 photos in low light are better than 4S

by Nicole
September 20, 2012 at 1:07 pm

Photos made with Apple’s latest iPhones are analyzed in parallel.

The iPhone 5′s camera was upgraded with a new sapphire lens and improved image stability.

In addition, Apple added a few tweaks in order to make it take better photos in low-light conditions.

A comparison between the photos taken by the new iPhone and those made with the previous model has been made by John Gruber at Daring Fireball.

The two pictures were taken under the same conditions by John Gruber.

The conclusion is that the iPhone 5 camera definitely performs better in low-light shooting.

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