Thursday, August 8, 2013

How to clean dust from the inside of the iPhone 5 camera [VIDEO]

Somehow, some camera lenses for the iPhone manages to hold the dirt below the surface. Nobody knows how to get there - especially considering how the production process is such that this sort of thing should not happen - but even if you never open the device before, it is still possible that the points have accumulated in the camera . Of course, you're wondering if there is a way to solve this problem, and we're here to tell you, provided you have the right tools and a little patience is not there!

Of course, opening your iPhone may seem to some like Russian roulette, especially because, of course, may void the warranty if you decide to take matters into their own hands. But hey, if the ground cluster is affecting your photo-taking value - a big problem in society point and shoot these days - then it is obvious that you will want to do something to remedy the situation.

ot all unwanted dirt collected in and around the lens fail to notice the negative effects on your shots, but the chances are, if the problem has become progressively worse over time, eventually start to show. So if you have the right screwdriver to fulfill the last two screws of your iPhone 5, a device for removing the plastic box (to avoid scratching the aluminum finish very nice), a steady hand and a little patience, it can eliminate this annoying problem in half the time.

As shown in JerryRigEverything YouTuber is not that difficult, but if you're nervous to preserve the guarantee to the extent that you prefer to let the dust to continue his activity, then this process is probably not for you. If Apple were to notice any alteration of any kind, which may, and probably will tell you that is no longer covered by warranty.

So to clarify, do not open the device if you do not want to prevent any future warranty coverage, you may have. If you are ok with that and understand the possible complications, so please check out the following video, which provides a step by step tutorial details how you can finally eliminate all the dust, leaving to enjoy taking crisp, clear photos once

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