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My iPhone Model is A1203-16GB. When I use camera the image and the resultant photo is hazy. Earlier it was clear. How do I set it right such that i can get clear photographs and video ?

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Is the lens clear/clean? if thats fine may be a problem with the lens itself either try restoring your phone or nipping into an apple store they help you out for free but you need appointment

Posted on Jan 01, 2011

  • kaimas mehta Jan 03, 2011

    I restored. It does not help, Apple store here say the model I have has not still reached them. How do I know whether my lence is clear ?

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