After one month and more then 5 million sales, Apple has noticed a problem with the iPhone 5 camera.
""A purplish or other coloured flare, haze, or spot is imaged from out-of-scene bright light sources during still image or video capture"" (support/apple.com)
So let me understand: Everybody made such a big deal to buy an overpriced device and now to realise that it has some problems too? And "that's not all folks"! The guys from Apple are so generous that they even teach us how to hold the camera. Like they did with the iPhone 4's antena if you remember.
Apple suggests that users reposition their camera when taking a photo. (LINK)
Now please let me get this straight. I bought my phone, which I paid with my money and after I have to hold it up side down to talk because they say is the way to hold it if I want to use their device normally and when I want to take a picture I need to have with me a light meter, a thermometer and a compass. It started to make sense.
What other problems have you noticed with your iPhone 5. Please let us and other readers know. Maybe to transfer files by Bluetooth, we need a shoehorn and it will work....