iPhone 6 Plus: Free Repairs for Blurry iSight Cameras

If you own an iPhone 6 Plus and have notice your photos are coming out blurry, then it might not be your fault. Apple have admitted a problem with some cameras on the 6 Plus model manufactured between Sept 2014 and Jan 2015.

If you own an iPhone 6 Plus and have notice your photos are coming out blurry, then it might not be your fault. Apple have admitted a problem with some cameras on the 6 Plus model manufactured between September 2014 and January 2015. 

We tested the Framed Planet iPhone 6 Plus and even though it was purchased some months after the dates in question the serial number showed it was one of the phones affected. 

If you own an iPhone 6 Plus you can check if it's affected by visiting the Apple support website and entering your serial number in the box provided. 

To find your serial number you need to go to Setting/General/About and then scroll down until you see it.  

If your unit is affected you can get it repaired for free by Apple but you need to contact them directly. Third party phone companies and wireless providers are not participating in this scheme. 

Also if there is an issue with your phone that would affect the replacement such as a broken screen you will need to get this fixed before Apple will carry out the repair. In some cases there may be a charge for this. Basically they're not going to pick through broken glass to fix your camera! 

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