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My camera doesn't focus any more. Is that a known issue and is there a fix for this? If not, can I take it to be fixed? I had this phone for less than a year.

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Since the phone is less than a year old, it will be covered by the default AppleCare warranty. I suggest contacting Apple, and they will probably just replace the phone outright.

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So what happens if the phone is more than year old? SOL? – dev.e.loper Jun 30 '11 at 18:22
@dev.e.loper: You need to read the terms of the agreement that came with your iPhone. The iPhone comes with 1 year standard, and within that year, you can extend the warranty. See – Philip Regan Jun 30 '11 at 19:07

Took it in Apple store. They fixed it. The motor that does the focusing was not working. They fixed it for free. Person who did the job told me that I don't need a warranty if this happens in the future they'll fix it for free because it takes very little time and no parts need to be replaced.

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