To those who have had their iPhone 4 replaced...

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by mossme89, Jun 28, 2010.

  1. mossme89 macrumors 6502

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    Have you had any issues with your second iPhone? I have to get mine replaced because of a yellow band that won't fade, but it's otherwise perfect. I just don't want to get another one that has issues...
     
  2. samcraig macrumors P6

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    I do NOT nitpick (for the record) - but I replaced my new i4 twice because of the camera having bad imaging sensors. Both also had the signal issue too. But since most/all are encountering it to some degree - I negated that as the reason to return SO FAR

    #3 has been good tho
     
  3. mossme89 thread starter macrumors 6502

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    Have they been of varying degrees? I know mine only goes down 1-2 bars, but I have friends who's phones go down 3 bars in the same place. Maybe mine has a bigger 'backbone'.
     
  4. thewizzy macrumors member

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    was the bag imaging sensors something anyone can catch? i'm afraid if there was ever an issue that isn't as clear as the reception, i wouldn't be able to catch it
     
  5. diabolic macrumors 68000

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    If I don't notice a problem, it's as good as not having it from my perspective. There are more important things to care about than worrying about something I don't normally notice.
     
  6. rstark18 macrumors 6502a

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    WHat was wrong with the imaging sensor?
     
  7. samcraig macrumors P6

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    the issue has been shown on here in a few threads

    my first i4 - the photos were all very yellow (both front and back camera) and a big green circle appeared on every photo

    2nd - photos were a bit better - but same green sphere

    3rd one is good - great quality photos. BUT - it seems now that it's a know issue that under some fluorescent lighting that there is a greenish haze in the photos. In low light, it's more reddish. The reddish though disappears if you use the flash.

    In normal light or flash - all seems to be good
     

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