Enable HDR Capability in iPhone’s front camera

Enable HDR Capability in iPhone’s front camera, The HDR capability of the iPhone is a very useful feature for photographers, serious and amateurs alike. It is a technology using which a low light and a bright light photograph are taken differently and then, both these photographs are combined to obtain a hybrid photograph that emphasizes the finer details in the photograph, thus taking iOS photography to a whole new level. The day is not very far when the average professional photographer would be carrying a sleek iOS device as his primary camera instead of the bulky DSLRs that they carry now.


Jailbreaking your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch brings in a bevy of new features into your iOS device. These features add-on to the already feature rich iOS device’s features’ list and makes it one of the most technologically advanced and superior mobile devices on the face of the earth. Everyday new jailbreak tweaks and apps are released and these just add to the already vast repository of jailbreak apps and tweaks and give the average iOS user more and more options to improve the performance of his/her iOS device and also customize it to the highest degree possible today in a mobile device.

Another of those useful jailbreak tweaks is Front HDR, which introduces HDR capabilities to the front camera of your iOS device. It is compatible with the iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4 and the fifth generation iPod Touch, which are running firmware 6.0 or higher. It is available in Cydia from the BigBoss repo. It adds the HDR capability to the front facing camera of the iOS device, thus making it capable of capturing crisper images as compared to the stock capability of the front facing camera of the iOS device.

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