Users Of iPhone 6s Restored Backup From Older iPhones Affected By Display Bug

Those who have upgraded to the latest and greatest new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus are complaining about a display bug that causes certain apps to look zoomed in. Why that? The issue is only effecting iPhone 6s users who restored their personal data from iCloud of iPhone 5s, 5c and 5.

How to get fixed?

First of all the major problem effects built-in iOS apps like Wallet, Weather, Watch, Calculator, and Health. Primarily, these apps have been zoomed in view and certain buttons and data being displayed at their edges cut off from the screen. Reason rectified, the affected iPhone 6s owners are unable to remove carsd from their Wallet app.

Way of restoring iPhone 6s won’t work or fix this issue, and you will be facing with only two workaround for it. The first one involves your iPhone and configuring it up again as a new one. Secondary method is to enable the Display Zoom inclusion that will make the Wallet app usable again, but leave the rest of the iOS UI zoomed in.

Apple is reportedly working on a fix for this problem, though many new iPhone users reported that this bug has been present in iOS 9 right since beta. The Cupertino-based Mac maker also released iOS 9.0.2 for both the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, particularly to fix such issues and it seems like the problem will be fixed in iOS 9.1, according to some users who have installed the beta 3 on their handsets claims.

(Via: MacRumors)