iPhone 5S camera to pack more punch? Video
iPhone 5S camera to pack more punch? Video Transcript
Hey I am extremely -- and welcome to rumor has it that show that rounds up the week's biggest tech rumors. And don't forget that you can vote of what you think about the rumors to in the interactive player if you're watching on -- Now first up FaceBook held an event last week court surprise nobody by announcing video capabilities and insert ram. So now you can take pictures and videos of your feared in your -- Add all of those -- street filters ops. But wasn't announce at the event was Facebook's rumored answer to Google Reader which is set to go dark on July 1. According to the Wall Street Journal FaceBook is working on an RSS reader of its own now and it's called reader. It would display contents from users and publishers and a new format that's tailored for mobile devices. The project which has been in the works for more than a year reportedly resembles flip board the popular news reading app that aggregates contents from multiple sources. So first FaceBook copies Twitter. Now it's going to copy Google Reader and flip board. If tomorrow FaceBook comes to work dressed in a red awaken classes I'm gonna call shenanigans and my lawyer. Except the folks over at blog Google operating system report that they have obtained an image of a new service like Google's working on called Google mine. To be confused of -- craft which is something completely. -- port says that mine would let users organize the things you own use wish for and more. Like gadgets clothing electronics dvds cars bikes or anything. So it's like if you're Amazon wish list how to baby with contrast. And finally as you can imagine iPhone rumors are continuing to heat up as the announcement -- limbs. Nine to five Mac is reporting -- iPhone -- -- we'll have an improved camera twelve megapixels with improved low light shooting. The current iPhone 5 has an eight megapixel camera now I megapixel specs don't necessarily mean better images but it's definitely something to consider. Supposedly pictures of the rumored -- -- have leaked showing a bigger flash and improved battery specs to those two things lead you to believe that a megapixel boost is on the way. What do you guys think. We'll significant -- in camera specs make you buy the iPhone 5 -- don't forget to vote and leave a comment and we'll check in at the -- The CNET -- composed of -- editors and cast their ballots anonymously their opinions on endorsement by CNET sources yes. Obviously different these numbers -- and the CNET council's verdict is. Yes three out of five editor's think that the camera -- the five -- will likely get a megapixel biggest. One editor said that Apple would never touting it as having a ton of megapixels and upgrades would improve more than just the image ties. Other improvements like a better sensor would probably be a part of the update. That's our show everybody we -- -- rumors that rumor has it at cnet.com. Or call us at 18075. -- CNET and tweet us and tune in next week for more attackers.
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