The iPhone 5S Will Have Dual Flashes To Make Your Crappy Instagram Photos Slightly Better

The iPhone 5S Will Have Dual Flashes To Make Your Crappy Instagram Photos Slightly Better
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There are seemingly new iPhone 5S/5C models, along with whatever other letters they’re attributing to the iPhone refresh coming this fall, but this is one of the more intriguing rumors.

According to an Apple fan site in China, the higher-end iPhone slated for this fall, the iPhone 5S, will have a dual LED flash to improve the lighting of photos.

Say goodbye to those fuzzy, crappy photos you take at every dollar beer night, as you will now be able to achieve something closer to professional lighting with your new iPhone.

In addition to the iPhone 5S, Apple is expected to release a lower-end version of the iPhone, which the Internet has dubbed the iPhone 5C.

The iPhone 5C will allegedly have a plastic case that will ship in a variety of vibrant colors, and a scratch test of the supposed new phone showed that it is extremely scratch-resistant, as a plastic bag full of nails, keys, coins and other sharp metal objects couldn’t scratch the casing. The 5C is expected to ship in colors including red, blue, yellow and green, reminiscent of the early 2000s, when the iMac, iBook, and eventually, the iPod Mini shipped in a variety of colors.

In contrast, the iPhone 5S will come in three different finishes: black, white, and the all-new gold, which will be a little flashy, yet won’t be too gaudy.

Apple is expected to announce all of these iPhone details at its event on September 10th.

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