If you own an Apple®
iPhone device, chances are you've snapped a photo that didn't come out so well. Offset skin tones, poor white balance and low contrast are all culprits of photo corruption on even the newest iPhone models. With exciting rumors buzzing about the iPhone 7®
device, said to come fully equipped with dual cameras and a larger battery, it may be time to learn some tips and tricks on how to maintain and repair broken iPhone device's camera.
Quick Fixes For iPhone 6® Device Camera Failures
The iPhone 6 device and iPhone 6 Plus®
device models have one of the best cameras on the market. However, when camera malfunctions occur like no flash or trouble focusing, it is important to act fast and make sure your device is repaired in a timely manner. If your iPhone device's camera stops working, you have the option to try and fix it yourself, or to seek out a local iPhone device repair shop like Experimac Suwanee. If you are comfortable with do-it-yourself guides, try some of the following fixes for these common camera problems:
- Skewed skin tonesFix: use the auto enhance tool, or control the exposure compensation, using a third party camera app
- Purple picturesFix: recompose the shot with neutral tones, or download a camera app that can create a custom white balance setting
- Low contrastFix: use the auto enhance tool, or control the contrast levels, using the advanced edit settings
These software-related issues and more can also occur on other phone models, so it's beneficial for all iPhone device owners to educate themselves.
Experimac Suwanee iPhone Device Camera Repairs
If these quick fixes do not solve the issues with your iPhone device's camera and its images, then you may need to come in so we can thoroughly examine your device and make a recommendation for you. If your iPhone device's camera stops working altogether, come in to one of our locations. Experimac Suwanee
offers affordable phone repairs, upgrades and replacements. With same day service, we can often fix your device while you wait. Experimac has a 90-day warranty on all repairs and stocks only the highest quality parts. Being proactive can make all the difference in getting a quick repair versus having to replace your iPhone device.