1. grape8pe2's Avatar
    In the past I've used a camera to check to see if my TV remote control was working or not. I would point my camera at the IR emitter of my remote control and there would be a blinking light on the camera display. I just tried this with my iPhone 4s and there was no blinking light. For reference I grabbed my wife's iPhone 4, and the light was displayed on her screen. So I guess this is visual proof the new camera in the iPhone 4s has an infrared filter.

    Brice
    02-03-2012 04:49 PM
  2. Just_Me_D's Avatar
    I suppose it is, my friend.


    Just Me, D
    02-03-2012 05:26 PM
  3. ghostface147's Avatar
    In the past I've used a camera to check to see if my TV remote control was working or not. I would point my camera at the IR emitter of my remote control and there would be a blinking light on the camera display. I just tried this with my iPhone 4s and there was no blinking light. For reference I grabbed my wife's iPhone 4, and the light was displayed on her screen. So I guess this is visual proof the new camera in the iPhone 4s has an infrared filter.

    Brice
    So I guess when Apple talked about the IR Filter, you didn't believe them?
    02-03-2012 07:01 PM
  4. grape8pe2's Avatar
    So I guess when Apple talked about the IR Filter, you didn't believe them?
    It's not that I didn't believe them, I just thought it was a good demonstration of the fact.

    Brice
    02-06-2012 07:18 AM
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