Posts Tagged ‘purpleflare’

Apple’s Official Response to Complaints Over Purple Flare

Apple has issued an official response to complaints over the iPhone 5′s purple flaring, and it mirrors what AppleCare Support said to a customer last week. A new support document has appeared for the symptom: “A purplish or other colored flare, haze, or spot is imaged from out-of-scene bright light sources during still image or video capture.”
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iPhone 5 Purple Flare: The Problem is the Purple, Not the Flare

An update on the iPhone 5 and “Purplegate“: DPReview has published a pretty in-depth review of the iPhone 5 as a camera — a review that has 1 of the 5 pages dedicated to examining the purple haze issue that has been widely discussed in recent days.
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Apple: iPhone 5 Purple Flaring Is Normal, You’re Just Holding it Wrong

Remember this photograph tweeted last week by @weaksauce12? It shows the strange purple flaring reported by many iPhone 5 users, which is being called everything from “purple haze”, to “the Hendrix effect”, to “Purplegate”. Fingers were pointed at everything from the phone’s new sapphire lens to the infrared filter — or supposed lack of — inside.

If you were patently waiting for a fix, you’ll be disappointed to know that there doesn’t appear to be one on the horizon: Apple is saying that the excessive purple flaring behavior is “normal”.
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