How to fix your iPhone’s screen back plate

iPhone 6s with its front-facing camera is a perfect example of how not to fix a problem.

Apple has a camera issue.

The company has released a fix, but it’s not the only fix for the iPhone 6 and 6s Plus.

If you have a front-mounted camera and want to fix it, you need to get a new one.

The best way to do that is to find a different one.

That’s what Apple did with the rear camera, which has a different mount and lens.

But the front-camera fix, too, is a good one.

Here are 10 easy steps to fix the front camera back plate on your iPhone 6S.

1.

Buy a new lens for your iPhone.

If the front and rear cameras are the same, the front lens will be too wide.

It’s a good idea to get the front one for $10, and the rear one for a bit more.

You’ll get the same resolution for less money.

(The iPhone 6 has an 8MP sensor, and it’s smaller than the iPhone 5s and iPhone 6.)

Apple says the front sensor is a 20.5MP sensor.

If your iPhone 5S or iPhone 6 can handle 20MP, you’ll be OK.

If not, you’re going to need a new front- and rear-mounted sensor.

(You can buy a new rear-facing sensor for $15 to $20 from the company.)

If you need a different lens, you can pick one up for $20, which should get you a decent lens.

(There’s a $15 discount on a $100 upgrade for iPhone 6 owners, though.)

2.

Install a new back plate.

The front and back plates of your iPhone have different dimensions, so you’ll have to get them adjusted.

The easiest way to install a new camera backplate is to use the front mount, which will be more square than the rear mount.

It takes a bit of fiddling, but the camera lens will look like a square.

You can then install the rear- and front-mount back plates as needed.

3.

Buy the right lens.

A good lens will work fine on the front, rear, or front-side cameras.

You could go with a f/1.8 lens, for instance, but Apple’s recommended f/2.8 or f/3.5 lens, if you want to get more usable light, will work well.

If using a fisheye lens, look for one that can be fixed to the camera.

If that’s too much trouble, you might be able to use a different focal length than what the lens is rated for.

You might also want to check the lens’ specifications, because some cameras, like the iPhone 7, have fishest lenses.

4.

Check your phone.

Apple’s camera app on your phone will show you the lenses and mount options you need.

It also will tell you if there’s a camera upgrade or a software update for the camera that will make your camera better.

You don’t need to go to the app to find out if you need one, though.

You should be able the to just hit “Settings” and choose “Camera.”

5.

Use the app.

After you get a front and a rear camera back mount, you should also use the app, which lets you adjust the front or rear cameras.

If Apple doesn’t tell you where to go, look in the Camera app.

If it doesn’t say, “Get a front or back camera,” tap the “Manage Lens Options” button.

You will be prompted to select the camera you want.

You may also need to manually change the settings on the phone to match the settings in the app you’ve downloaded.

(For example, if your iPhone is a 3.5mm jack, tap the “+” button next to the lens and choose the right focal length.)

6.

Change the lens.

The app also will show what lens you need by tapping the lens option.

The software will tell how many stops of the lens you want, which is what you’ll need to adjust the settings of the camera so it will look good on your device.

7.

Check the settings.

You want the front cameras to work with the front lenses, but you also want them to look good.

You need to check those settings, too.

You shouldn’t have to change the lens settings manually.

You also need the front to work, too: the rear lens needs to be the same diameter and fishee as the front.

8.

Use Apple’s app.

You’re ready to fix those front and the back cameras.

To do that, tap on the Lens menu and select “Lens Options” in the bottom-left corner.

You have to select a front lens that fits the phone’s size, and you need an appropriate focal length to get those settings to work.

If everything’s going right, the app will tell if the lenses are correct.

If there’s no