Due to its amazing camera, the iPhone is able to take great pictures and videos. Users enjoy capturing the best moments of their lives using the camera of their iPhone. In this respect, Apple developers try to offer us new options and features for the camera service. As you know, the panorama mode allows users to capture 360 degrees photos covering each detail and aspect of a landscape. Now, you will learn how to enable flash for panorama photos on iPhone to take even greater photos.
As some of you might be impressed by their iPhone for taking pictures, others still have some complaints regarding this topic. The low quality of the iPhone pictures was more pronounced with by the lack of the flashlight. However, now, with the help of a small tweak called Flashorama, you are able to use the Flashlight when taking panorama photos using your iPhone in order to bright the dark areas.
When you normally use Panorama mode to take panoramic pictures, the Led option is unavailable. Basically, Flashorama adds an on/off button for the flashlight when using the camera interface to shoot panoramic pictures. For now, this simple yet amazing tweak works only with iPhone 5, iPhone 4S and with iPod Touch 5th generation running on iOS 6. So, if you are wondering if your iPhone 4 with flash led incorporated is suitable to use such a feature, let me tell you that this particular device is not compatible for Flashorama. Developers are still working in order to offer full compatibility for the rest of iDevices, as well. So far, only iPhone 5, iPhone 4S and iPod Touch 5th gen are able to use Flashorama on their devices.
However, in order to be able to use Flashorama, you need to have a jailbroken device, and to download the tweak from Cydia, in the BigBoss repository. The good thing is that Flashorama is free of charge, so you will not spend any money if you decide to try it on. On the other hand, if you are not used to take photos using your device, moreover panorama photos, then this simple tweak is not designed for you.