You waited so long for the iPhone 6 to come out, only to find it plagued with problems, like "Bendgate." Here's another problem to add to the list.
Is your new iPhone's camera acting like it had a little bit too much to drink?
Is it taking unsteady images with blurred vision, wobbling around, making strange noises and not listening to reason?
Some iPhone 6 users have taken to Apple's Forums to report a glitch that came to their iPhones out of nowhere. The glitch causes the iPhone's rear-facing camera to record wobbly and warped images, all while making a strange clicking sound.
To make matters worse, factory resets, phone reboots and settings changes won't help.
Sounds strange, I know. It's really weird and I can't describe it as well as the video below can:
It's not drunk, it's simply defective hardware. If you are experiencing these problems, take it into the Apple Store or your phone service provider and get a replacement.
Apple hasn't yet addressed the issue according to Apple Forums, so there's no easy fix, but many users on the forum are reporting that the Genius Bar can and will fix or replace your phone.