Apple says it will replace the rear-facing camera on some iPhone 6 Plus smartphones due to concerns with blurry photos.
The tech giant launched a replacement program to fix “a small percentage” of iPhone 6 Plus devices sold between September 2014 — when the smartphone launched — and January that suffer from issues related to the iSight camera.
Apple says photos taken with the defective camera will look blurry. Users with an iPhone 6 Plus can check their smartphone through the serial number to determine if their device is eligible for a free replacement.
Source by usatoday