Apple offers repairs for blurry iPhone 6 Plus cameras

iPhone 6 Plus owners suffering from blurry photos can now find some relief with Apple recognizing a manufacturing issue on a number of devices.

Apple says a 'small percentage' of the rear iSight cameras are defective on iPhone 6 Plus devices sold between September 2014 and January 2015.

You can find out if your iPhone is eligible to be repaired by entering your serial number on the iSight Camera Replacement Program website.

Blurry photo taken by faulty iPhone 6 Plus when held still

The program will involve replacing the faulty iSight cameras, not an entire replacement of the phone.

Afflicted owners can start the process through an Apple Authorized Service Provider, at an Apple Retail Store or through Apple Technical Support.

Phones with the broken cameras can be replaced up-to three years after they were originally sold.

Source: Apple via 9to5Mac | Image: Apple Support Communities via MacRumors

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