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Apple announced Repair Program for iPhone 6 Plus Cameras

iPhone 6 Plus owners who had to deal with some issues linked to their smartphone can rest assured that the famous company will address these problems. Apple announced that customers who experienced some issues with the iSight camera of the iPhone 6 Plus will get a free repair.

The replacement program features faulty rear-facing cameras in iPhone units sold between September 2014 and January 2015. The exact number of devices was not revealed at this point.




So, Apple claimed that it acknowledge the existence of a problem, but revealed that only a small number of devices were experiencing this image quality problem. Apple will replace the affected component in the eligible devices free of costs.

All the devices eligible for the repair are currently listed on Apple's website. This means that owners have to check their serial number on the website and find out if their device should go in for repairs.

Owners who have an iPhone 6 Plus featuring the defective part have noticed that their smartphone is producing blurry photos. However, no other details were revealed. So, Apple has not shared the nature of the problem which makes the device feature this defect.

The only thing revealed by the popular company was that the iSight camera might contain a "component that may fail, causing the photos to look blurry."

The replacement program was issued following some users' complaints on the blurry photos made with the use of the device. The issue is quite surprising, as the iPhone 6 actually features the most advanced iSight camera revealed until now. This means that the camera was one of the reasons why numerous customers decided to purchase the iPhone.

The performant camera features optical image stabilization, as well as phase detection autofocus, with the purpose to improve photo quality.

Owners of the affected device are advised to return it to one of the Apple stores or authorized service providers to benefit of the repair. Commonly, affected units are eligible for repair for up to 3 years after the iPhone's original purchase. However, it is unlikely that users will wait too long until fixing the problem.
Apple announced Repair Program for iPhone 6 Plus Cameras Reviewed by Mike Beasley on 12:12 PM Rating: 5
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