IPhone 5 Test Photo Surfaced? Shows A Plate Of Sushi

Posted: Sep 7 2011, 9:59am CDT | by , Updated: Sep 7 2011, 10:08am CDT, in Rumors | Apple

 
iPhone 5 Test Photo Surfaced? Shows a Plate of Sushi

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The Sushi looks not very yummy, but the photo has a pretty good quality.

The iPhone 5 is rumored to have an upgraded camera with 8MP resolution. The current iPhone 4 has a 5MP camera in the back. PocketNow might have found the first photo shot with an iPhone 5. The photo shows a plate of Sushi, which is not what gives it away that it was taken with an iPhone 5. The EXIF data in the image says that the image had a resolution of 3,264x2,448px before it was cropped. The lens data refers to a 4.3mm f/2.4 type. The EXIF record lists as device the iPhone 4, but the data exceeds the capabilities of the iPhone 4 camera.

There is still the possibility that the EXIF record was changed after the image was taken during upload. PocketNow claims that the photo was though made by an Apple engineer.

More iPhone 5 rumors.

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