IPhone 5 lights

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  1. TheDribbler

    TheDribbler New Member

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    The bulbs-I presume LEDs-in my phone slipped down whilst I was on holiday.
    They now seem to have gone back up a bit but not to the original place.
    Anyone else had this problem?
     
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    I’m assuming you’re talking about the flash for the camera. Something probably knocked it off it’s support. It could have an effect on any flash pictures you make. Try it and see if you notice a difference. Do you remember if you dropped your iPhone or bumped it against anything?
     
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    No not the flash that's ok.
    I mean the lights on the main face-the ones right up at the top.
     
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    There are no lights on the front of an iPhone. There is the FaceTime camera, proximity sensor, and ambient light sensor.
     
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