A few weeks ago, there were many users who reported experiencing a problem with the screen of their iPhone 6 Plus terminal, a problem that affected the top of the screen and that over time began to stop working. In addition, this flashing gray bar became larger and no longer respond to the touch. Apple never acknowledged the problem with a fabrication failure, but claimed that this failure was due to the drop of the terminal on hard surfaces that had affected the soldering of the screen to the phone. In the United States, many users unthinkingly joined together to jointly sue the Cupertino-based company.
Multi-Touch Repair Program for iPhone 6 Plus
Apple has determined that some iPhone 6 Plus devices may exhibit display flickering or Multi-Touch issues after being dropped multiple times on a hard surface and then incurring further stress on the device.
If your iPhone 6 Plus is exhibiting the symptoms noted above, is in working order, and the screen is not cracked or broken, Apple will repair your device for a service price of $149.
However, other users decided to pay for the repair of the device, a fairly expensive repair, by the way. We do not know why, but Apple has just launched a program to solve this problem, a program that does not mean that it recognizes the problem, as it is not free. If we are one of those affected by this problem, Apple will repair the smartphone for $149. Users who have already paid for this repair, may request reimbursement of the difference of what they paid at the time with this new special price. It all started when the guys at iFixit dismantled the phone to check what the problem was and whether it had a solution or not, a solution that was quite expensive and mostly did not make up for it.
The replacement is not free because, says Apple, this problem is the presence of a few units, and stems from the fact that the device has been dropped several times on a hard surface. In short, it is not recognized that the manufacturing defect but is still offered a steep discount to the replacement of the display. Apple has announced that contact users who have already paid for the replacement screen on the iPhone 6 Plus, by refunding the difference.