Hey everyone I've got an iPhone 4 from when the hardware first launched last June. For the past 2-3 months, I've been noticing that in most decently lit environments (particularly in daylight), my photos tend to experience a degree of light leak in what appears to be the same corner each time, resulting in them being somewhat overexposed in many cases, and difficult to obtain a proper exposure and White Balance in most others. The only way I can guarantee that this doesn't happen is by making sure that any light sources for a photo are not in the shot or even in the shot's periphery. Granted, this tends to be the case for taking photos in general, but there are too many instances where ambient light bleeds in and washes out a picture I'm taking for it to be simple composition issues. Plus, this is a noticeable difference from when I first got the phone. My question is, do any other iPhone 4 owners out there have similar problems with their camera, and if so, have any of you had success with getting them replaced at an Apple Store? I really enjoy taking photos with my iPhone (since it's the most conveniently accessible camera I usually carry, and it fares far better in low light situations than my point and shoot), and I'd really like to swap mine out for a new bit of hardware without these issues if I can.