Query failed: connection to localhost:9312 failed (errno=111, msg=Connection refused). New iSight? - Future Apple Hardware Discussions on AppleInsider Forums Toggle navigation All Forums Recent Posts Sign In New iSight? mattscabana Posted: February 12, 2005 1:18PM in Future Apple Hardware edited January 2014 It's been out for awhile anyone think it might be updated in the next few months or should I just take the plunge and buy one!?!??!Thanks a ton! ~Matt~ Comments Reply 1 of 5 xool Posts: 2,460member February 12, 2005 2:48PM I remember a few months back there was a lot of talk about new iSights that never materialize. If any new iSight will be released, I think it will be after or alongside Tiger. Not that the iSight does any fancy processing, so I don't think much would change.A hi-def, widescreen iSight is not going to happen -- at least not for a few years.So, I guess, if you want/need an iSight, buy it now. Why wait? Reply 2 of 5 i thrash therefore i am Posts: 76member February 12, 2005 2:56PM I was thinking about the same thing during christmas, because no one knew what to get me. I just gave up and told em to get me an iSight. Anyways, I love it. I don't get to use it too much except for tutoring my friends but, its really cool. I don't see much else they could do with it except maybe some quality in the video, which already is incredibly good for a webcam.If you want it that bad, go ahead and get it. Reply 3 of 5 mattscabana Posts: 2member February 12, 2005 3:06PM Yeah i'm going off to college in the summer and was thinking that was a good thing to stay in touch with, especially with my tax refund money that i have now, I think i'll go ahead and get it! thanks Reply 4 of 5 bjny Posts: 191member February 12, 2005 6:03PM Perhaps an updated iSight could be smaller, and use white L.E.D.s for illumination. Reply 5 of 5 dfiler Posts: 3,420member February 12, 2005 9:20PM LED + Skin Tone = Scary looking person Seriously, try it sometime. Even multi thousand dollar cameras don't make people look good under LEDs.Perhaps a new version of he iSight could address this with a more sensitive CCD. Sign In or Register to comment.