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Topic # 26997 9-Oct-2008 18:16
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Ha, well guys, i got my replacement iphone today, yep yep okay.



Well, I got it all up and running and upgraded, and nowi wanted to take a picture. So I opened the Camera app and noticed that the camera was all blury..

At that point in time, i actually C*%$ped myself, and thought, ALREADY!?!?! My goodness.



So I was look around the phone for a minute or so.. To realise just what had happened.



... I left the plastic wrap on my iphone!



So feeling rather sheepish, I instantly peeled it off and what do you know, the camera works properly! Wowee!





So in short, just for those who plan on getting a new iPhone,

MAKE SURE YOU TAKE THE PLASTIC WRAP OFF, OTHERWISE YOUR CAMERA GOES BLURY :P



Below are some photos of the issue it caused..

Maybe you could see why I freaked!


 





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Reply # 170236 9-Oct-2008 18:42
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Haha, good on you man!  Your post will save another person from feeling a little sheepish!



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  Reply # 170237 9-Oct-2008 18:46
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heavenly_wild: Haha, good on you man!? Your post will save another person from feeling a little sheepish!


Haha.
thats what I had hoped for:P





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