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Using the flash, all i've got is whitey photos. That's because of the Led light invading the shutter (see imgur: the simple image sharer - first photo is my iPhone, second photo is a normal iPhone).

So, any tips for repairing?

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Do you have a case on your phone?

You should take it to Apple.

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Yes, i do have a case, but that isn't the problem (i've taken the photos without the case). I tought of sending it to apple, but I was wanting to try some kind of DIY first, because seems to be a fairly easy thing to solve, since the camera is working great when the led light isn't activated.
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I have the same issue with both of my Verizon iPhones. I am about to take mine in to Verizon and have them look at them.

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Its more than likely the case on your phone. It has always had the problem where the light bounces off the opening of the case.
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