It’s hard to believe that iPhone 6s owners are having such a difficult time getting their iPhones repaired because they’re stuck with a defective chip.
Apple, which recently announced a new “iPhone 6s Plus” upgrade for the 6S, is apparently struggling to fix the problem, because it says the problem is affecting a lot of iPhone 6 owners.
I’ve been seeing a lot more crashes, than expected, from my iPhone 6 Plus, as it’s not responding to my attempts to reboot it.
I’ve been getting calls from my friends, and getting texts from them saying that they are unable to use their phones anymore.
What’s going on?
The iPhone 6 is a very powerful device.
The fact that a defective iPhone 6 chip is affecting many iPhone 6 users is a massive problem, but we still don’t know what caused it.
We don’t have the details, because Apple has not announced a fix yet, but the company has confirmed that there are issues with the chip.
We’ve already seen some AppleInsider readers report that the issue has been affecting iPhones for some time, and some users have reported that the problem has been fixed on iPhones running iOS 9.1.
But the problem seems to be more widespread than that.
If you have an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6Plus, you might want to consider replacing the chip, because some users are reporting that they’re getting messages from their friends and family that their iPhone is not responding.
This problem is not limited to iPhones running on iOS 9 or 9.2, and the company is apparently also experiencing the same issues with older iPhones.
AppleInsider contacted Apple about the iPhone 6 problem and asked the company to clarify its situation.
We will update the article if Apple responds.
Update: An Apple representative has provided the following statement: iPhone 6 Plus is experiencing an issue with a small amount of customers who are experiencing problems while trying to update to the latest version of the software.
We are working hard to resolve the issue and to resolve any issues that customers may have.
The new iPhone is fully supported by the iPhone team and our support team is working with our customers to ensure they have the best possible experience.