White iPhone 4 Has Different Camera

Posted In iPhone - By Lane On Tuesday, May 3rd, 2011 With 1 Comment

The new iPhone 4 is definitely not thicker, but it does has a different camera, discovered by a recent teardown of the new colored iPhone 4.

The camera supposedly has a different aperture and proximity sensor then it’s black “brother” that Apple incorporated released in Late June or Early July.

The Japan electronic blog Macotakara, posted images of the teardown that they conducted, and were then distributed widely to other websites like Apple Insider. In the images, it is clear that the white iPhone was set deeper into the frame. The proximity sensor was also modified, but after translation, the English did not make sense, but it was very clear that is was altered.

Macotakara was not the only blog to investigate this. Consumer Reports issued a research note that the iPhone 4’s back is exactly the same. A lot of the time you can never tell what is true, and I don’t know which one is correct, but it seems un-Apple like to change even a tiny thing in later models of the same device.

The iPhone 4 is certainly a huge profit to Apple, as it is one of if not the best selling smartphone on the market. It’s great ascetics, and features like a 5.0 MP camera are obvious attributes. Really, you could walk up to anybody and they would be using some kind of smartphone now that everybody and their dog has one now. Whether the camera is improved, or not, it is still a great camera for videos.

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Do you think the camera is different?


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  1. Sarah says:

    I’m a big fan of the iPhone 4S camera. Some of the photography apps are fun. The accessories you can get for it are amazing too. The Olloclip is pretty ace. Worth checking out anyway.

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