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iOS 5 Hidden Panoramic Camera Feature Discovered

Discussion in 'World Mobile Photography News' started by Smooth, 10 November 2011.

  1. Smooth

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    The downside is you gotta jailbreak you precious... :eek:

    That ain't gonna happen to my beautiful sexy 4S... :lmao:
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    Not worth jailbreaking your phone for, imho. Not when there are apps like 360 Panoramic and AutoStitch around.
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    Posted this in anticipation of tonights over the air ios update hoping they would open it up. Just updated and it is not there yet....

    Just to confirm - they have found the coding embedded in the iOS but it is dormant - it WILL be coming in an upcoming ios update and will allow you to pan the camera whilst it takes a series of shots, which will then be stitched together.

    :)
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    Looks like they're still trying to spike Microsoft's guns. Sounds a lot like Photosynth to me.

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