The back camera is a single component that can be replaced on its own as opposed to the iPhone front camera which for most models is integrated into a flex cable assembly that also comprises other components.
When replacing parts does not provide a solution or resuscitate your device, the only explanation is a failure of the Main Board or the Logic Board.
When a device suffers damage, the obvious problem(s) appear to be a component, for example a screen or a charging port. These component failures are readily and immediately experienced by the user to be the proximate problem. Replacing the damaged or non-functional component would seem to be the obvious solution. Thus, a user comes to The TechKnow Space to have this problem remediated/repaired. Typically the doctor (our seasoned technicians) have no problem doing this.
Sometimes however, replacing/repairing components turns out to be an exercise in futility. Further diagnostics establishes the problem to be resident in the Main Logic Board. The replacement of these logic boards is prohibitive and best left alone. It’s time to move forward to a new device.
Bear in mind that these mainboard failures are a result of the initial damage to the device that prompted a visit to the repair shop even though it is not intuitively obvious.
TheiPhone 7 Pluscontains some new technology that promises to push iPhone photography to a level few have experienced. The iPhone 7 Plus features both an f/1.8, 28mm wide-angle lens and a 56mm telephoto lens on the back. A lens is only as good as the sensor and processing pipeline behind it. The iPhone 7 sports a 12-megapixel sensor behind its 28mm wide-angle lens, while the iPhone 7 Plus packs another 12-megapixel sensor behind that portrait-friendly telephoto lens. These modules are optically stabilized, which minimizes the blurriness of photos shot with shaky hands.
Look Sharp: The killer app on the 7 Plus is a 2x optical zoom. Tap an onscreen button to jump from the wide angle to the telephoto lens. Yes, all smartphone cameras let you zoom, but most of them use a digital zoom. That means the lens doesn’t move, the camera merely enlarges the pixels in each photo for a bigger view. Such images degrade as you increase the zoom. The new iPhone has digital zoom too, but because you’re starting with 56mm telephoto glass, you’ll see less degradation in resolution as you start moving in with the 10x digital zoom. Apple also touts the expanded dynamic range and color capabilities of the new shooter, and a RAW mode saves images in DNG format—a feature common to higher-end cameras, but absent from most phones.
Processing Power: In both the single-shooter iPhone 7 and the dual-lens iPhone 7 Plus, Apple claims this processor uses machine learning to scan a scene for faces and other recognizable objects, then pays particular attention to them when focusing and setting exposure. It also optimizes everything from the white balance to noise reduction to tone mapping
If your camera is not working fine reset the phone by holding the power and home button at the same time for 7 secs until the phone turns off. Then turn it back on.
If the camera failed problem is still happening on the Apple iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus, it’s recommended to contact techknowspace located in Mississauga/Toronto & our technicians will be happy to assist you.
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iPhone 6, 6 Plus Main / Back Camera Replacement
Camera phones have made taking photos and sharing them with friends, family or even the entire Internet easy, quick and fun. For some cell phone users, the quality of the camera on the back of their phone is a major part of their decision-making process when thinking about buying a new cell phone. Capturing the perfect moment is important to a lot of people, so why waste time using a cell phone with a broken camera? Bring it to the TechKnow Space and within one hour we can fix or replace your damaged cell phone camera.
Many users and consumer reviews have agreed the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6+ has a greatly improved camera, compared to previous versions of the iPhone. The camera itself is still the same 8 megapixel camera that has been a staple of all iPhones since the iPhone 4S, but the software supporting the camera in the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus has been significantly upgraded. Apple has added “Focus Pixels,” which are meant to focus the camera on the intended subject faster and more clearly. This should allow iPhone 6 and iPhone 6+ users to get the photo they are hoping for on the first try, and also spend less time fussing with camera settings before snapping a picture. These pixels, in addition to focusing better, allow for manual exposure settings and better face and blink detection. Another function added to the rear camera on the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus is a second option when in slow-motion video mode, giving the user the option of slowing down high-speed action even further than the iPhone 5/5S/5C is capable of managing.
You might need to repair or replace the rear camera on your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6+ if you notice:
-dark spots in all of your photos and videos,
-your photos and videos are blurry or the camera won’t focus,
-the lens of the camera is cracked or shattered, or
-when you open the camera app, the screen is black or blank.
At the TechKnow Space, we know how important having a working camera phone can be, so we do our best to keep these replacement parts on hand, with our expert in-house technicians ready to serve you within one hour. Visit one of our convenient Toronto or Mississauga locations any day of the week, so you can get back to taking photos with your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus as soon as possible.
iPhone 5/5C/5S Main / Back Camera Replacement
The iPhones 5, 5C and 5S feature a stunning 8 Megapixel camera, which surpasses a lot of digital cameras in quality. It is very convenient when you spontaneously want to immortalize a moment in your life you just take your iPhone out and take as many photos and videos as you like.
If you are experiencing any issues with your camera, like when you open the camera app and the screen is just black, the camera won’t focus, the lens is cracked or there are dark spots on all of your photos – you will need to get your iPhone camera replaced.
You can bring your iPhone 5, 5C or 5S to any of our convenient locations in Toronto and Mississauga, and our expert technicians will replace the back camera within an hour. You can then get back to taking photos and videos of your friends and family!
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iPhone 4, 4S Main / Back Camera Replacement
Your iPhone 4 or 4S camera needs to be replaced when:
You open the camera app and the “shutter” doesn’t open;
You open the camera app and the screen is black;
Your camera is blurry;
Your camera lens or glass is cracked or scratched;
Your camera has dark spots or other problems with the image.
If you are experiencing any of the above issues – bring it in and our skilled technicians will replace your iPhone 4/4S camera in less than an hour, so you can get back to taking photos of your breakfast and sharing them with your friends!
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