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Year introduced: 2007Capacity: 4, 8, 16 GBThe model number on the back case is A1203.Details: The back housing is made of anodized aluminum. There's a SIM tray on the top side that holds a "second form factor" (2FF) mini-SIM. The serial number is etched in the back case.See the tech specs for iPhone.

Q: iPhone 7 black white spots on back

I have a iPhone 7 Matt black and the back of my phone has white spots which will not disappear. Clearly this is a fault with the Matt black models does anyone know what I can do?

Q: iPhone 5S-- Yellow tint problem

are not available on original iPhone or iPhone 3G . If your iPhone has a front and rear camera, try switching between them to verify if the issue persists on both. Issue not resolved My issue is still not resolved. What do I do next? Contact Apple Support. You may also want to verify that no filters are being applied while taking the picture.   Apply a filter:  (iPhone 4s or later) Tap to apply different color effects, such as black & white. To turn off a filter, tap , then tap None. You can also apply

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parameters by dragging vertically (cutoff) or horizontally (resonance) on the word Filter, found in the center of the black circle. • Slope buttons: The lowpass filter offers four different slopes of band rejection above the cutoff frequency. Click one of the buttons to choose a slope (amount of rejection, expressed in decibels (dB) per octave): • 24 dB classic: Mimics the behavior of a Moog filter. Turning up the resonance results in a reduction of the low end of the signal. • 24 dB fat

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to self-oscillate on page 25). Tip: You can simultaneously adjust the cutoff frequency and resonance parameters by dragging vertically (cutoff) or horizontally (resonance) on the word Filter, found in the center of the black circle. • Slope buttons: The lowpass filter offers four different slopes of band rejection above the cutoff frequency. Click one of the buttons to choose a slope (amount of rejection, expressed in decibels (dB) per octave): • 24 dB classic: Mimics the behavior of a Moog

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