The iPhone 6 Plus hit store shelves on September 14, 2014, boasting a large display, upgraded cameras, and NFC support. The 6 Plus was the first iPhone model to utilize a 5.5-inch screen, allowing Apple to enter the so-called "phablet" market, which had long been dominated by competitor Samsung with its Galaxy Note series.

In addition to the 6 Plus's redesigned exterior and display size, the phoneand its little brother, the 6also introduced Apple Pay, the company's signature mobile payments system. The 6 series's improved rear-facing camera allowed the ability to shoot footage at 1080p at 30 and 60 frames per second, as well as 120 and 240 frames per second in slow-mo. However, the greatest difference camera-wise between the 6 and the 6 Plus is the presence of optical image stabilization in the latter.

As much as you may have cherished your iPhone 6 Plus by taking every precaution towards protecting it–buying a heavy-duty case, applying a screen protector–you may have found that, sometimes, accidents just sort of... happen. Perhaps it was a tumble down the stairs that did it. Or maybe your phone just stopped working all on its own. Whatever the reason, you're now left with a device that simply doesn’t work, and you need it fixed ASAP.

iCracked to the rescue! Our team of on-demand smartphone repair technicians will meet you anytime, anywhere to fix your phone. Want us to meet you at your house or apartment? Sure thing. What about your place of work? Of course. Your favorite coffee shop? Consider us there. No problem is too big for your iTech, be it a jammed power button, broken screen, or a busted headphone jack. To get started, click "repair my iPhone 6 Plus" above.

 

Specifications

 

Color options: Space Gray, Gold, Silver, Rose Gold

Resolution: 1920 x 1080

Storage capacities: 16/32/64/128GB

CPU: Apple A8 with 64-bit architecture

Size: 158.1 x 77.8 x 7.1 mm

RAM: 1GB

Weight: 6.1 ounces 

Front camera: 1.2MP

Display: 5.5-inch Retina HD Display

Rear camera: 8MP

 

Here's What We Can Fix

 

Cracked Screen

A big crack in that beautiful 5.5-inch display is a horror to behold. If your iPhone 6 Plus suffered a fall, let us know and we'll send a technician to you to fix it.

Charging Port

Without a functional charging port, your iPhone will have a difficult time keeping its battery powered. If yours has stopped working, give us a heads up and we'll fix it for you.

Microphone

Are callers having trouble hearing you clearly? You might have something stuck in your mic, like dirt or dust. Give it a good look and clean, if necessary. If that doesn't do the trick, contact us and we'll schedule a repair.

Headphone Jack

You can fit over 20,000 songs on a 128GB iPhone 6 Plus, but all that music does you no good if you can't hear any of it. Got a broken headphone jack? No worries: We're masters in the art of repair.

Home Button

Accessing your apps can be troublesome without a working home button. If yours seems stuck, check for dirt or grime that could be causing problems. If you're in the clear, a hardware issue might be at play. Let us know and we'll take care of it.

Ear Speaker

Crackling, staticky noises coming from your iPhone's ear speaker could mean hardware trouble. If you're having difficulty hearing clearly from your ear speaker, you'll likely need a repair.

Side Button

The iPhone 6 Plus's side buttons allow you to easily control the volume of your device, but if one of them's not working, suddenly that simple process becomes a lot harder. Let us know if you need any of your side buttons fixed.

Front/Rear Camera

8 megapixels and optical image stabilization are wasted on a camera that doesn't work. Are your photos turning up blurry or is your Camera app not opening at all? Let's set you up with a repair.

Power Button

Pressing your iPhone's power button should be as easy as, well, pressing a button. Is yours stuck or stubborn? Check to see if any dirt or grime could be to blame. If the problem persists, let us know and we'll fix it for you.

Loud Speaker

Sound coming from your iPhone's loud speaker should be both crisp and clear. If you're hearing fuzzy or staticky noises instead, you definitely need to have it looked at. We can take care of that.