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A better front-facing FaceTime camera
We've all taken a selfie in our time, no more so than on our iPhones. But the front-facing FaceTime camera is poor at best — particularly in low-light conditions — even if it's the better camera on the market. From selfies to video calling, Apple could set the trend for high-definition video calling if it included a 3- or 4-megapixel camera in the front.
Faster transfers over Lightning connections
Apple's Lightning connection is faster than most other cables and connectors on the market, allowing a device to perform a full sync in a matter of seconds. But could it be faster? Especially if we see more storage, such as a 128GB iPhone, the connector will have to be significantly faster to keep up-to-speed with our increasing demand for space and content.
Next-generation iOS 8 (with fixes, please!)
iOS 8 will likely land at Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) later this year in June, with an expected release date of September in line with when it dishes out its latest iPhone. From group video calling over FaceTime and improved Maps and a bevy of new features, head this way to see what we want from the software update.
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