Whats this in my Iphone 4s (Camera glass)?

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  1. youssif25
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  3. kannesss
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    There's a thin piece of rubber that sits on top of the camera when they slide the back on. That to me, looks like it was slid on and caught up on the rubber part, pulling it up for you to be able to see. You can take your back off and look to just see if you notice anything sitting on it. As long as you don't unhook anything, just brush of the camera or fix the rubber thing. iPhone repair is not something I'd recommend for you If you like how your day is going
     
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    What a bizarre effect. It looks like your camera has an eyelid. If it blinks, RUN! :D
     
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    Yes. OP: Folks have reported this before and make a Genius appointment to get it repaired.
     
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    Mine has this aswell... Always assumed it to be normal... Does it effect the way photos are taken or anything??
     
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    Yep. I can't zoom in on anything now. Not a single thing will focus now.
     
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    mine has it too, just noticed last week. strange. anyone take it to a genius yet?
     
  9. AAPLinc
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    Haha as I was reading this I quickly checked my 4S. I don't have this issue. Definitely take it in.
     

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