Apple to fix your iPhone camera
Is the camera on your iPhone, to use the common vernacular, a load of shit? You may recall that, last year, the iPhone 6 Plus had Apple's best ever smartphone camera, but for some, their pictures were coming out rubbish and blurry.
Well, Apple have decided to fix that. Over the weekend, Apple said that they're doing a replacement programme for faulty iSight cameras on the iPhone 6 Plus.
It seems that some phones have a faulty component in it, and Apple have identified what and where the problem is, and it concerns phones sold between September 2014 and January 2015.
So what do you need to do? Well, you will have to check your phone's serial number on Apple's designated site about this issue. If you find your phone is on the list, you're in business.
You'll be able to get your faulty module sorted out at an Apple Store. Apple don't seem to be doing a phone swap though, so if you're smart, you'll backup the contents of your phone before taking it in.
While you have a little time to get this sorted, what with Apple covering this issue for three years from the time you purchased your phone, it is worth remembering that Apple are on the brink of releasing a load of new bits, including the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, which means they're going to be rammed and busy... so better to get this sorted out sooner, rather than later.