Accessory manufacturers don't really sleep on duty: it's been less than a week since we noticed that Apple would accept external flashes and strobe lights in MFi certificate (Made for iPhone) and now we have the first example of such a product – coming straight from Anker.
I refer to the iPhone LED Flash (yes, the name is quite self-explanatory), a small cube-shaped accessory that plugs into the iPhone 11 or 11 Pro – no, previous models are not supported – through the Lightning port. and shoots in sync with the camera app you are using; It supports both iOS native camera app and third party apps.
According to Anker, the accessory brightens your scene with 2x more range and 4x brighter than the built-in flash of the new iPhones; It also lets you perform compositions with indirect lighting (simply pointing the flash in the other direction) or diffused, as the package comes with a diffuser which can easily be attached to the cube. It can also be used in flashlight mode, operated regardless of flash firing.
In addition, the iPhone LED Flash has a 1/4 ″ ISO threaded fitting so you can attach it to any camera accessory. According to the manufacturer, the accessory can fire 10,000 times with one charge, and you can recharge it through the built-in Lightning port.
via The verge