Apple will treat the iPhone 6 Plus "Touch Disease" for $149
While a class action suit has been filed against Apple by those with an iPhone that has caught the "illness," the company now not only agrees that the problem exists, but is offering a repair program. The cost of the repair is $149.
While Apple is saying that the issue comes as a result of multiple drops on a hard service, repair pros say that more specifically, Touch Disease could be the result of problems with the controller chips that turn touch inputs into signals. One theory is that the issue is caused by a manufacturing defect with the U2402 Meson Touch IC chip. Another theory is that solder balls used on the motherboard have cracked, allowing the controller chips to lose contact with the board. Both theories could be consistent with an iPhone that has suffered multiple drops.
If you have an iPhone 6 Plus with Touch Disease, you might want to have Apple make the necessary repairs. If so, click on the sourcelink.