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Weird thing on back of iphone black


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ok so i was looking at my black iphone under bright light and i noticed a red ring (in the box on the pictureScreen shot 2009-12-26 at 12.06.12 AM.png

its inside the box does anyone know what this is?

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Does anyone know what im talking about?

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I have the same phone as you,but i haven't got ring on the back.Is it permanent or have you tried to rub it off?
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It's permanent it's like a dark red ring that can't be seen without bright light, I will post a picture soon, put the iPhone under a light and move it around and change the angle.

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A goggle search shows....that you may be the only person to ask this question.

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Red ring 1.jpg
red ring 3.jpg
red ring 2.jpg

As you can see that there is a red ring inside the circle it looks like a camera but im not sure :S

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That's the Interoceter. Kind of like a flux capacitor, but more powerful.

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That's the Interoceter. Kind of like a flux capacitor, but more powerful.
So exactly how many gigajoules is it?

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Umm is there any serious answers? i may have found a new thing!

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Umm is there any serious answers? i may have found a new thing!
After looking at your pics....I am guessing the only thing you found is a discolored spot on the back of your phone !


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After looking at your pics....I am guessing the only thing you found is a discolored spot on the back of your phone !


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That would be my guess as well. In my opinion, it looks like something stained the back of the phone.

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