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Great, if I'm developing an app.  But if I want to use the out of the box control that Apple provides to turn on the LED flash for alerts for Apple apps like Messages and Mail, can I control the brightness there?  I don't believe I can.
 Apologies for giving you the benefit of the doubt that you'd have a decent point, rather than just a pedantic language gripe. Though, since you brought up the subject, how many appreciably different implementations of "put camera behind speaker grill" do you think there are?
You know how you pretend to know what a straw man argument is? There, you just used one. Educate yourself. Toodles.
I'm sure it is, but Apples current implementation is just an on/off LED flash for alerts. If you can modify the brightness then it's not particularly well signposted and I'm not aware of the method.
Holy crap. Seriously? That's your point? Man, I thought you'd have something more than that semantic nonsense. What a colossal waste of time you are.
Read what? You haven't said anything that is in any way indicative of the argument you are trying to make.So goddamn tiresome your snippy retorts and lack of clarity. My reading is fine, it's your writing that leaves an awful lot to be desired.
What the article says it's about?  Putting a camera flash behind the earpiece grille?  Like in the illustration?  I have no idea what angle you're trying to argue here.
The iPhone rear flash is way to bright to use as a notification, I'm not even sure why they bothered adding that in as a feature.   Plus, I think it only flashes for a little while doesn't it?  Would probably be a big battery drain otherwise.
 Huh? 
 
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