This Camera-Equipped iPod Nano Is A Prototype That Takes Overexposed PhotosFebruary 1, 2012 | by: Chris Chang | Apple |
Alright, what you are seeing here is a next-generation iPod Nano with an alleged 1.3-megapixel camera on its back, while still keeping the current model’s size and display. It’s real, and it’s a two-month-old prototype that has big problems. It comes with an auto iris lens that can be affected by diffraction and blurring when the iris opening becomes too small in bright conditions. Ok, I gotta say it simply, it takes overexposed photos.
According to our factory sources, Apple have problems with the lens aperture for the next-gen iPod nano, the iris is not functioning correctly to allow the advantages of the low aperture to be utilized. Every shot was overexposed. Apple intends to correct its mistake, but the problem still exists in this prototype that is manufactured two months ago. What’s more, a 2-megapixel camera was tested, but it was unsatisfactory — the photos look washed-out and flat. The good news is… this 2-month-old prototype is close to final product, the UI is done.
So, here’s what we know so far: the lens aperture problem would delay the release of next-gen iPod Nano, it would arrive late 1st quarter or early 2nd quarter 2012. It will not follow one year release cycle. The new iPod Nano will come with a camera, and looks exactly like the current-generation iPod Nano.
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