Leaked iPhone 5 camera dispels dual LED flash rumour

Latest iPhone 5 rumours show claimed camera parts

iPhone 5 release date preluded by leaked iPhone 5 camera parts

Ahead of the imminently expected iPhone 5 release date, claimed iPhone 5 parts have leaked seemingly dispelling rumours that the handset’s camera will sport a dual LED flash.

The latest leaked iPhone 5 parts, which are said to have come direct from component suppliers, appear to reveal that the mooted Apple handset will not feature the widely expected dual LED flash that a number of iPhone 5 rumours have suggested.

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Whilst the leaked iPhone 5 camera components suggest there will be no second flash on the next-generation handset, compared to the iPhone 4 camera it does hint at reports of a thinner device ringing true sporting a noticeably slimmer, more compact form factor than its predecessor.

Recent reports had suggested the iPhone 5 camera will be of the 8-megapixel variety with 1080p Full HD video recording capabilities. Other rumours have said the handset will have a 1GHz dual-core processor and land in the UK during September.

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