iPhone 6S and 6S Plus have a problem with some applications

iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus have a problem with some applications available in the iOS operating system, specifically in some applications is displayed with zoom instead of being displayed as normal or at normal resolution.



Only those who have passed from iPhone 5 / 5C / 5S iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus have this problem and only if they made a restore from a backup made in the old terminal of Apple, a small number of applications being affected this problem quite annoying.

In the picture above you see how this problem affects Wallet application to format display Zoomed cutting pieces of the interface automatically, so users only central part of interface var Wallet application, the side and top / bottom is hidden.

Apple is aware of this problem and although it seems to have been solved automatically in iOS 9.1 beta 3, in previous versions is still present, and those of Cupertino recommend only performing a restore by setting a terminal that is completely new, without use a backup.

When I open the Apple wallet app, the sides of the screen are cut off like it is zoomed in […] Same issue here on an iPhone 6S. I can’t activate any cards since the button to input the activation codes is seemingly cut off […] I spent 30 minutes on a support chat. [Apple] could only suggest trying a full phone restore (losing data in the process). 

For those who really need Wallet application there is a solution not so great, it involves activating the zoom mode interface Settings> Brightness & Display> View> Zoomed, Setup> Display and light> View> Zoom.

After Zoomed mode enabled access Wallet app, make work and then deactivate it to return to normal interface and lose useful space module disappeared after activation.


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