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In the iPhone 4 introduction at the WWDC Keynote, Steve Jobs really pushed how great the camera was on the iPhone 4. We've seen some really great photos, and even a short movie come from the on-board 5MP camera. However, new reports from Macworld suggest that some iPhone 4 owners are suffering from yellowish tinted photos when photographing in low-light situations.
The article, which contains some example photos taken from several different cameras, suggests that the problem may be caused by the auto-white balance in the iPhone 4. When the iPhone 4 attempts to adjust for low-light situations by correcting the white balance, the software may not be accurately choosing the correct levels.
As of right now, Apple hasn't breathed a word about a possible white-balance problem in the iPhone 4, but they could address this issue in a later software update.
Until that day comes, you can correct the white balance problems with image editing software on your computer (e.x. iPhoto, Aperture, Lightroom, or Photoshop).
Have you experienced any problems with your iPhone 4's camera? If so, let us know the comments below.
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