The iPhone 5′s iSight camera on the back features the same eight-megapixel sensor as its predecessor, the iPhone 4S, only thinner and with sapphire lens cover. In addition, the module has been improved for better low-light performance, yielding major quality improvements when snapping up your photos under artificial light or in low-light situations. And now, developer can optionally tap the iPhone 5′s low-light camera mode in their own apps, which bodes well for dozens upon dozens of photography apps in the App Store…(...)Read the rest of Devs can use the iPhone 5’s low-light boost mode in their own apps
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