This week, Apple launched a new repair program for the iPhone 6 Plus, addressing complaints about a manufacturing issue that can cause the iPhone 6 Plus to become unresponsive to touch.
Apple claims some iPhone 6 Plus devices may be affected after “being dropped multiple times on a hard surface”, causing damage to the unit.
Apple will charge you $189 CAD for them to fix the problem if your device is in working order (i.e. screen is not cracked or broken), and they will also reimburse you if you paid for a service repair related to this problem through Apple or an Apple authorized service provider.
The amount you will pay, Apple states, will be “equal to the difference between the price you paid for the original service to your iPhone 6 Plus and the CA$189 service price.”
Have you had problems with your iPhone 6 Plus?