Just moments ago, we posted the first leaked iPhone 4S hands-on video showing some performance benchmarks and a glimpse at Siri settings. Now, the same source has uploaded what he claims to be the “first consumer photo” taken with an iPhone 4S. The photo taken is of a 1 US dollar bill and measures 3264 x 2448 pixels in dimensions which turns out to be exactly 8-MegaPixels. As noted by MacRumors, even though EXIF data of the image can be manipulated easily, given the existence of the earlier video from the same source, the photo is likely authentic.
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Citing from the source:
As part of its promotional materials for the iPhone 4S posted following last week’s media event, Apple included full-resolution sample photos, but the new image from AppVV offers an example of the quality of photos users can expect simply from snapping a quick photo.
If you can recall, a photo which was was apparently taken by an Apple engineer using an iPhone 4S was briefly leaked on Flickr a few weeks ago. Turns out, the photo was indeed taken by the device.