How to enable iOS 5 panorama mode on your iPhone without Jailbreaking

How to enable iOS 5 panorama mode on your iPhone without Jailbreaking

Turns out there's a way to enable that as-yet [unsurfaced iOS 5 panorama mode in the Camera app without having to Jailbreak -- though you do have to be comfortable opening up iPhone backup files, editing plists, and restoring the modified backup. It's not difficult mind you, just a little be of time and effort.

If you're itching to get your tinker on, hit the link below for all the details.

Source: Funky Space Monkey via 9to5Mac

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How to enable iOS 5 panorama mode on your iPhone without Jailbreaking

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or you can just get an app.... I found one called DerManDar - it easily takes panoramic pics! just (you can only do it straight/level, not above or below you) Just click the start button, it takes the first photo - then you just move slowly till the little circle connects and it takes the next one.. move again... etc.. pictures are really good from it.

I see why Apple did not publish it, other apps like Photosynth are really much better than the native app.