iPhone 5S to Come with 2 MP Front-facing Camera and Dual-Shot Support

According to the rumor mill, the iPhone 5S release date is right around the corner, as reports are claiming that we will see the next-gen iOS-powered smartphone later this summer. The report comes from iOSDoc and says the next iPhone will come out with iOS 7 on board and the smartphone will have the ability to record full HD videos (shocker, right?). Furthermore, the latest version of iOS, which is yet to be announced, will have a new feature called dual-shot, which is quite similar to the dual-camera mode on the LG Optimus G Pro and Samsung Galaxy S4.

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While most of the tech publications are writing that the iPhone 5S will come with an improve primary camera that will pack a 12 megapixel sensor.The software engineer in cause has confirmed for us that the iPhone 5S will come with an improved front-facing camera, that will now have a 2 megapixel sensor, compared to the 1.3 megapixel unit fitted on the front panel of its predecessor.The dual-shot feature allows you to capture images and videos with both front facing camera as well as the rear camera at the same time. The feature is still in its beta testing phase and is expected to be integrated into the final iOS 7 version as soon as the testing is completed.

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