Hi guys, 2 questions: 1. I tried to sync a movie over WiFi yesterday. Unfortunately, iTunes 11 crashed. So I was left with 1,5GB of "other" junk. All threads I could find with Google concerning this problem were solved with a complete restore without a back-up. I don't want to do that; it's too cumbersome. I even know what the junk is. I have access to the iPhone system over iDisk. Question: where could iOS 6 have stored the movie leftovers? 2. I noticed a strange flare on the iPhone 5 camera. When pointed toward a relatively bright blue light, I noticed some blue dots around it (first picture). When I googled, I found that other people have had similar problems with a green dot when pointed toward a bright white light. I assume that I get blue dots because of the different wave length and optic effects.. I also have the "standard" green dot (second picture). Then, I decided to take it to the extreme and pointed a very bright LED flashlight directly at the lens (third picture). The pattern you see above are the single LEDs of the flashlight which would be visible if I told the camera to focus on the flashlight. What other discussions couldn't conclusively reveal is whether the phenomena described above are normal or I have to go to the Apple Store. Btw: I don't have the purple flare others have complained about. I checked with my old iPhone (3G): no flares/reflections whatsoever.