A purple haze in the camera is the newest fault by the new hyped iPhone 5. After the faulty Apple Maps, purple haze in the camera photo results shows that the new CEO of Apple is being little careless.
The users have started complaining about the iPhone on the review site AnandTech. This flaw occurs when the phone is aimed towards a bright light source like sun or tube light. The effect is seen in both photo and capture mode.
One AnandTech user displayed separate photos with an artificial light source and with the sun off screen, and the purple haze appeared in all of them. Another forum member posted a video displaying the purple lens flare. But not all of the users have reported that glitch.
According to one user, Apple is currently researching the issue because it has been a widespread issue. Well this time Apple has screwed itself over. According to me the iPhone 5 should be named iGlitch or iFault because its definitely not the iPhone that the Steve Jobs had made.
For now the company has no comments on the issue but will respond soon as they find out solutions for it.
The purple lens flare is the latest in a series of bugs to hit the new iPhone. New owners have uncovered such issues as light leaks, static lines on the keyboard, and scuffs along the edge of the phone.
But marketing Chief Phil Schiller reportedly did chime in on the “scuffgate” issue, saying that scratches and chips are “normal” for any aluminum product.
Source : Tech Crunch