Apple will replace your iPhone 6 Plus faulty camera

It’s not #cameragate (yet!), but Apple has acknowledged a shooter problem on its own oversized smartphone. Due to the iPhone 6 Plus faulty camera issue, a limited number of devices are producing blurred stills. These devices, as Apple puts it, “fall into a limited serial number range and were sold primarily between September 2014 and January 2015”.

If you discover that stills snapped with the main (back) iSight camera of your iPhone 6 Plus come out blurry, you will be eligible for a camera replacement, free of charge. Additionally, at the source link below, you can input your device’s serial number to see if it is eligible for the replacement program. Don’t expect Apple to replace your entire phone with a brand new one, but you will get a new camera nonetheless. The iPhone 6 is apparently not affected by this issues,

Source: Apple

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