Hi all, I have a friend that has a broken iSight rear camera. It had stopped working in June. She had also replaced her battery before due to poor battery life while still in warranty. Now the battery has poor battery life again (not sure if it's due to high battery cycle) and the camera decided to go. She had also said the battery doesn't hold the charge as well, and charges faster then other iPhone 5's. Is it possible for the battery to still be recalled. It was bought approximately September 23rd of 2012 so it still does qualify for the recall. My friend is not sure when the battery was replaced by Apple. But presumably during the warranty period. Is it possible for the battery to short out the camera? Should the phone be replaced due to the broken camera and battery? I've seen someone walk in to the Apple store. And receive a brand new/ refurbished unit because the battery had puffed up and destroyed the phones digitizers backlight. Anyone had there battery replaced once while in warranty, and again from the recall. My friend had already tried pushing the camera in. No luck. As many have said. Seems to be a know problem. Any ideas? Thanks in advance.