Apple offers free fix for blurry iPhone 6 Plus cameras

Apple has kicked off a program to fix iPhone 6 Plus handsets that have a faulty iSight camera.

Apple has kicked off a program to fix iPhone 6 Plus handsets that have a faulty iSight camera.

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If your iPhone 6 Plus is capturing blurry photos, and it was sold between September 2014 and January 2015, then you could get it fixed at no charge.

Head over to this web page, pop your device's serial number into the box, and see if you're eligible for a free repair.

Note that Apple is offering to fix the defective camera module, not exchange your iPhone for a new device.

This program covers affected iPhone 6 Plus iSight cameras for three years from the date it was initially sold. This repair program does not apply to the iPhone 6 or earlier models.

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