The iPhone 3GS might be feeling all blue and lonely simply because of the iPhone 4′s release some time back in the US (with other countries getting this phone shortly after), but there appears to be a new lease of life for it – in the form of High Dynamic Range (HDR) capability thrown into its camera functionality. HDR is already available on the iPhone 4 right out of the box, where it will take a number of shots that pieces them together to deliver the best shot with the best light and shade. The iPhone 3GS looks set to receive an upgrade to add HDR, or it could very well be a feature that was dropped from public release albeit still making itself comfortable in the SDK.
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