3D-enabled iPhone 5 is a poor attempt at Photoshop
By Ricky Mauch
- July 12, 2011
Yes, there had been lots of rumors out there about the iPhone 5. And it seems pretty endless, and you don't which one to believe or not. According to a photo that surfaced on the web days ago, the next iPhone iteration will be known as the iPhone 5, but what's interesting is that it will employ 2 cameras, with cameras on its back, presumably for capturing 3D photos and videos. Well, we can't blame you if you're skeptical about this rumor as this isn't the first time we heard rumors about Apple working on a 3D technology of some kind. The thing is that the aforementioned photo has been forged poorly using Adobe photoshop and it doesn't take a genius to figure that out. Check the number ?5? that has been added oviously to the name of the device. Not only that the digit is in a different font than the one that Apple uses, it simply makes the whole ?iPhone 5? title look off-center. Funny huh? ONe more thing, the cameras do not appear to be parallel to the top edge of the iPhone. And you know what happened when we boosted the brightness and increased the gamma level of the photo. The area in the top corner of the device has an unusually consistent color, meaning, someone simply took a photo of an iPhone 4, duplicated and moved around its camera, and ?masked? the spot where the lens is supposed to be originally.
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