Somehow, some way, some iPhone camera lenses manage to collet dirt beneath the surface. Nobody knows how it gets there - particularly considering how the manufacturing process is such that this kind of thing should not happen - but even if you haven't ever opened up your device before, it's still possible that specks have accumulated in your camera. Naturally, you're probably wondering if there's a way to fix this issue, and we're here to tell you that, provided you've the right tools and a little patience: there is!
It's no secret to any Apple enthusiast that the next-generation iPhone is right around the corner, as evidenced by the many reports that have surfaced over the last few months. If the next iPhone is indeed scheduled to be announced next month, as most sources predict, it must have entered mass production by now. If these leaked pictures are any indicator, it already has.
In an interview with Walt Mossberg, Sony CEO Howard Stringer said one of the company's Japanese factories had been affected by the earthquake and subsequent tsunami that struck the country. According to 9to5Mac, Stringer went on to say this factory was meant to be making camera sensors for Apple.