Apple Is Offering Free Faulty Camera Replacement For IPhone 6 Plus

Posted: Aug 23 2015, 11:47am CDT | by , in News | Apple

Apple Is Offering Free Faulty Camera Replacement For iPhone 6 Plus

If your iPhone 6 Plus is taking blur pictures, Apple will replace it for free

Apple finally says that the iSight camera in a little percentage of iPhone 6 Plus phones is faulty.

It has a component that may cause photographs to look blurry. On the off chance that your iPhone 6 Plus is delivering blurry photographs.

Check that it falls into the qualified serial number range, Apple will supplant your device’s iSight camera. The replacement will be totally free.

The influenced units fall into a restricted serial number range. Apple says these units were sold essentially between September 2014 and January 2015.

You can go to the iPhone 6 Plus iSight Camera Replacement Program page to check whether your phone is qualified for camera substitution or not.

You can simple check by entering the serial number of your iPhone 6 Plus. Searching the serial number of your iPhone 6 Plus is simple.

Tap Settings > General > About to see your iPhone’s serial number. You can tap and hold on the number to copy it to the clipboard.

Then you can paste it in the box provided on the replacement program page. On the off chance that your iPhone 6 Plus is qualified for substitution, you can head to the closest Apple approved service provider for help.

Apple says that the company may confine or limit repair to the country of purchase. It means that if purchased your iPhone 6 Plus in the US, you won’t be able to supplant its camera in India.

Even if you phone is defective you won’t be able to repair outside its purchase country.

Apple also says the program covers affected iPhone 6 Plus iSight cameras for 3 years after the first retail sale of the unit.

So, hurry to check if your iPhone is eligible for repair or not!

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