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Well after an hour on the phone with Apple support, 2 phone restores and 1 iOS upgrade, we finally got to the bottom of this. Turns out the feature (to disable uploading of burst photos to PhotoStream) DOES work as intended. It's the wording of the feature description that is more than a little confusing. The text below the feature states: Only ...


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You most likely caused damage to your MacBook Pro's screen, video cable, and or keyboard cable. I did a bit of research and found a very similar condition to the picture you provided (see below). This was posted on the iFixit forum. The resolution to this problem was a warranty replacement. Being that your MacBook Pro is 6 to 7 years old, this will be ...


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About the only thing I know is different is that when the photo is cropped after the shot is taken, it will take up more space than if the camera was zoomed in when taking the picture. Why? Because in iOS, photo editing is non-destructive. The part that was cropped out will always be there, you just can't see it. However, when zoomed in, that part of the ...


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Based on the description and the comments, this sounds like a hardware failure, not malware. The iSight camera and/or cable has most likely failed. Replacing it should be a fairly simple task to a tech to accomplish The first thing to do when having hardware difficulty of any type is to run Apple Hardware Test (AHT). Simply hold down the D key while ...



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