iFlash adds a new dimension to your photos


The iPhone 4 itself is a pretty good photo taking device on its own, but what happens when you’re in a low light situation? This isn’t a dedicated digital camera, so it doesn’t have a built-in flash for you to play around with. Fret not, as there is hope in the iFlash, a £19.99 purchase that helps you to illuminate any poorly lit areas and take better photographs. This will definitely have people wondering just how do you snap such stunning photos using the iPhone 4, where you can wryly smile at them and flash a smile of iFlash proportions as you share your little secret. Of course, this unique peripheral also doubles up as a flashlight when required, coming in handy during situations such as being in a dark cinema and needing to rummage through your bag for a ticket stub or some other important item. It will connect to your iPhone via its charging port, and dangles from the 3.5mm slot when not in use similar to a phone charm. Of course, it will suck up a little bit of battery life in the process but in the quest for better pictures, that shouldn’t be too much to ask for, right?

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Ron Says: December 14, 2010 at 11:04 am

This is ridiculous, I love this site, but this article is nonsense. First of all, where is the flash that has been removed from the picture of the iphone 4? There is already a built in flash adjacent to the camera, so what on earth is Edwin on about I don’t know, but this is laughable frankly. To comment on this device being an extra help is one thing, but my low light conditions photos using the iphone 4 flash are the best I have ever taken with any camera phone, period.

mark Says: December 14, 2010 at 11:57 am

Well this one is a little strange for the fact that the pic has been doctored and the flash that the iphone 4 DOES have has been removed, and the text says it doesn’t have one either. Total junk and worthless.

Ron Says: December 14, 2010 at 12:01 pm

Well said Mark, I will be talking with the maker of these, as well as informing Apple of this doctored picture, pretty sure it is illegal.

mark Says: December 14, 2010 at 1:27 pm

Really Edwin you should take this down. Its complete false advertising and since your site is “advertising” it with the “buy now” feature you are advertising yourselves.

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