When the iPhone was first released back in 2007, many people were disappointed by its camera and lack of power in the shutterbug department. While there has been progress over the years with subsequent upgrades, the 2010 iPhone ought to be the best yet as it purportedly comes with 720p video playback and the possibility of capture in that resolution as well. After all, sifting through the iPhone 3.2 SDK pointed towards a preferences list file that allows videos as wide as 1,280 pixels and a total 921,000 pixel count to be displayed. While this isn’t the first handset to do so, it is certainly a step in the right direction.
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