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Apple has highlighted the iPhone 5′s camera improvements during the keynote and on its website as well. Apple has indeed made a great deal about the new camera that is packed inside the shiny new iPhone 5.

Although the resolution did not change from 8-megapixels, Apple has upped the quality on the camera by incorporating a Salphire lens but also has made claims that the new camera performs much better in low lighting conditions. Take a look at the video below and you be the judge of how much better the iPhone 5′s camera is from that of the iPhone 4s.

In the following video, Redmond Pie’s Steven Chi recorded various settings using the three Apple smartphones, and although there is little separating the three solid snappers, the iPhone 5′s is noticeably sharper and more vibrant than the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S.

When all is said and done, the camera is certainly one of the lower-key improvements in a device boasting a brand new processor, 1GB of RAM, and 4G LTE. That said, with the likes of Instagram and its parent company, Facebook, popular among mobile users for uploading photos on a daily basis, it was important that Apple delivered some enhancements to the main, rear-facing camera – if only small – and that definitely looks to have been the case.