Apple has filed another patent that could see much-improved photography features coming into its next mobile phones.
The patent allows the iPhone to remotely control other illuminating devices in a similar way to professional photographic studios, according to Apple Insider.
Devices like other iPhones and iPads could be used to provide more lighting to photographs which would improve the quality of the picture. It could be used for friend groups to produce much better photos when they are together.
Other parts of the patent include enabling the "master" device to take a test shot which would then give other devices positions an on-screen notification telling them where to stand to give the best light improvement.
The iPhone camera would have to be significantly improved so don't get too excited about the potential feature until its confirmed by the company which may not be for a while.
Posted by Peter Robinson