So THAT's where the serial number is printed!<br><br>http://www.appleinsider.com/blogs/iphone/08/09/18/apples_iphone_3g_has_hidden_qr_matrix_code.html<br><br><br>nagr[color:red]o</font color=red>mme<br><br>I require stroyent!<br>TeamMacOSX.com | MacClan.net
They're used to track various product components during the manufacturing process. That way if there's a problem it can easily traced back to where it occurred allowing us to fix it before it gets to the customer. At least that's how it works in theory. <br><br>"It is better to light one candle than to curse the darkness."
"It is better to light one candle than to curse the darkness."
Apple iSight cameras have night vision (infrared) so I suppose they could see something, but maybe not close enough to actually process the information.<br><br>(You need some software like iGlasses to enable the night vision in your iSight, BTW.)<br><br>nagr[color:red]o</font color=red>mme<br><br>I require stroyent!<br>TeamMacOSX.com | MacClan.net
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