Apple is finally fixing the blurry image issue that plagues iPhone 6 Plus.
iPhone 6 Plus that were sold during the period of Sept. 2014 to Jan. 2015 came with a faulty camera that didn’t allow its users to take clear pictures. The images taken from the rear camera are blurry, which obviously is a big letdown for the users.
At long last, Apple has taken note of this problem and has assured its users that the cameras in their iPhone 6 Plus will be replaced without much of a hassle. These replacements will take care of the blurry image issue, and the users will be able to use rear camera effectively.
Apple issued a statement explaining that the issue is only with iSight camera located at the rear of iPhone 6 Plus, and not with the “selfie” camera.
If you own an iPhone 6 Plus with blurry image problem, then you should see if your phone is listed in the recall group by entering its serial number on this link. To know your phone’s serial number, just follow the steps given below.
- Go To Settings
- Open General
- Tap on About
In About, you will see the serial number of your iPhone 6 Plus, which you can then enter in the link given above. If your phone doesn’t show up in the recall group, then you should contact Apple support, informing them about the blurry image issue on your iPhone 6 Plus.
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