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The only way this can be done is by using Settings > General > Restrictions to disable the use of the camera completely. A side effect is that FaceTime is also disabled. There is no other mechanism built-in to do what you want.


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I realise this is quite an old question, but as per @WheatWilliams answer, the new iMovie also now natively supports AVCHD and resolves this problem (much cheaper!). As best I can tell this started from iMovie 10.x and OS X 10.9 Mavericks (and up). The H.264 stream from the ACCHD/MTS container is remuxed into a MOV container, the file size increases only ...


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As you've noticed QuickTime supports (as of quite recently) the AVCHD container format and the MTS or M2TS files therein. Because of this, you can use iMovie to import them into an iMovie library. This importing process will remux the videos (i.e. change container format) to MOV which are obviously much better supported, not only as individual videos, but ...


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There are a number of apps that will do this, such as Timestamp It, TimeStamp Photo and Moment Diary, the latter of which is free. The included Camera app does not have this functionality.


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There is a wonderful site "ifixit" that has answers to that question. The camera cable socket is very fragile. Do not apply any upward force to this socket, as it may break off the logic board. Pull the camera cable parallel to the face of the logic board. If you are lucky, you did not damaged the socket but just the cable. Replace the cable to ...


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The iPod touch 5 is older then the iPhone 6 (released with the iPhone 5) so no, it does not have a sapphire coating. However, it generally is durable enough for most things before it scratches.


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Faasoft Video Converter supports playing MTS files freely on Mac or on Windows. However, it is not free to convert MTS to MP4, MOV, AVI, etc.


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A lot of informations can be found on Wikipedia. Here's list of iOS devices with all the specs: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_iOS_devices Here's simple MP calculator if You want to know pixel dimensions (it depends on aspect ratio): http://web.forret.com/tools/megapixel_aspect.asp?mp=3,15



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