A number of iPhone 6 Plus users have reported an issue in which the phone inexplicably crashes or enters a reboot loop, prompting many to take it in to Apple for service, where it is usually swapped out for a new unit. Some owners are on their fourth replacement 6 Plus.
Multiple owners have reported identical crashing problems on Apple’s Support Communities forum, with one thread now standing at more than 9,000 views and 60 replies.
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One month after the new iPhone release it remains incredibly difficult to find the iPhone 6 Plus or iPhone 6 in stock, and if you do find one, you’ll likely end up in a huge line. It’s time to give up your daily search to find the iPhone 6 in stock.
You don’t need to give up and wait weeks for delivery, but with lines 100 people long there is no sense in walking into an Apple Store to try to find an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus in stock out of the blue.
The iPhone 6 Plus release delivered a large new iPhone to users, but a number of common iPhone 6 Plus problems frustrate users. The iOS 8.1 release fixes some of these problems, while others remain even after updating from iOS 8 and iOS 8.0.2. Here, we take a look at the most common iPhone 6 Plus problems and how to fix them on your iPhone 6 Plus without a trip to the Apple Store.
Some of these issues are lingering iOS 8 problems that Apple will need to continue to work on, while others are easy to fix by installing the free iOS 8.1 update. Others are strictly iPhone 6 Plus problems that are not a problem on older devices.
After a troubling start to iPhone 6 Plus updates knocked out cell service, Apple is finally delivering real fixes to these common iPhone 6 Plus problems.