Apple has started an ‘iSight camera replacement program for iPhone 6 Plus’, following complaints from numerous customers. The company says that in a small percentage of iPhone 6 Plus devices the iSight camera has a component that may fail, causing your photos to look blurry. This issue applies only to the back camera.

The affected iPhones were “primarily” sold between September 2014, when the model was first launched, and January 2015.

If you own an iPhone 6 Plus and your photos are blurry, you can enter your serial number on the Apple support page to see if you are eligible for a replacement camera.

If you are eligible, you can have the camera module replaced free of charge at an Apple Authorised service provider, Apple retail store, or by contacting Apple’s technical support department.

Meanwhile Apple is expected to launch a new iPhone soon.

Sources: pzfeed.com, ibtimes.co.uk and money.cnn.com