As alluded to above, you might sometimes see a green dot on some of your iPhone photos. Other similar problems can come under the form of flare or haze, and they all stem from the same issue. In most cases, the green spot, haze, or flare will happen when taking a photo with a strong source of light in the background. The problem is due to the light coming in at a specific angle and reflecting off the surface inside the camera, or the lens cover. This is not a defect of your iPhone either. Once you are aware of that green dot and the cause of it, it becomes much easier to actually try to prevent it from happening to begin with. My preferred method is to actually move the iPhone a bit so that the green dot be placed directly into the source of light, which will make it go away. Doing so will make it disappear without changing the angle of the photo too much. I find this method to be hit or miss at times, but know that this is an option.
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