|Dec 17, 2012, 07:07 PM||#1|
iPhone 5 - Dust and dead pixels
Taking a picture today I noticed what looked like sensor dust on my iphone. At first I thought perhaps it was lint, a smudge, or maybe a dried rain drop. After thorough cleaning, it was still there! Is it possible that there's sensor dust? Odder still is that I haven't noticed it until now and I've had one since released. I would hope there's not space enough around the lens to allow dust in like a DSLR or other ILC.
Anyone else encounter this problem?
While doing some testing, I also noticed what appeared to be a cluster of dead/stuck pixels. They don't look like a typical dead/stuck pixel, at least nothing I'm used to on a camera, but it's noticeable in photos.
Here is an example of both
|Dec 17, 2012, 07:13 PM||#2|
Return it. They will give you a working model.
Apple is great when rare stuff like this happens.
|Dec 17, 2012, 07:43 PM||#5|
My iPhone 5 got alot than you , just took it to Apple Store yesterday and they replaced for me a brand new one( not refurbished )
Just tell them you want to check serial number before they open the box for replacement iPhone. If you check and pop up : PLEASE ACTIVE YOUR IPHONE ...... That will be brand new
If checked and see that is activated . That will be refurbished
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