Apple has has issued a replacement announcement for some faulty iPhone 6 Plus iSight cameras that may be causing user to get blurry photos. The company announced that some units shipped between September 2014 and January 2015 have faulty iSight cameras and customers can have them replaced free of charge. Apple is aware which iPhone 6 Plus smartphones these bad iSight cameras are in based on serial numbers and has a tool on their website so you can check if yours is affected. After you have checked to see if your iSight camera is bad, simply follow the steps to send it in to get replaced. Of course you will have to send the entire phone in and Apple will only replace the camera if testing proves that it is indeed producing blurry photos.
It’s also important to note that your wireless carrier has nothing to do with this recall so don’t take it into them for service. You should also back up your data before sending or bringing it in for service and Apple also says, if you have any damage to your phone you will have to take care of that first before they will replace the camera. If you do not fix your phone prior, Apple may do that for you and charge for that service as well. This recall is good for 3 years from the shipment of the device so even if you’re not having problems now, in the future you could bring it in for replacement if you are having issues.
You can hit the link below to check out all the rest of Apple’s info on this matter. Do you have an iPhone 6 Plus with a blurry camera? Let us know in the comments below or on Google+, Facebook and Twitter.Source: Apple
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