Apple has confirmed it will mend faulty cameras found in its iPhone 6 Plus for free, with the launch of a repair scheme covering devices sold between September 2014 and January 2015.
An issue with Apple’s large–screened iPhone meant the device captured blurry photos. The glitch was compounded when users complained about a lack of help from the tech giant.
Those who feel their phone has the fault can enter their device’s serial number into Apple’s dedicated web page to check whether it's eligible for repair.
Apple says if the phone has any other faults, such as a cracked screen, these should fixed by the owner prior to handing over the device.
Users can have their phones fixed by either sending it direct to Apple or taking it into an authorised reseller or Apple store.
According to Apple, only a small percentage of phones have been affected by the fault.
The iPhone 6 does not suffer from the same problem, possibly because it does not have the same optical image stabilisation smarts as its larger stablemate.
The iPhone 6 Plus is set to be superseded by the iPhone 6S Plus in the coming weeks.