• July 12, 2021

How to fix the non-fibre metal defect on the inside of your iPhone 6S

Apple’s iPhone 6s was launched in June and has seen significant improvements in every category since then.

It has received a huge upgrade in the camera department and has now also received a big upgrade in its battery life, but has a number of other flaws.

It’s now known that Apple has a non-Fibre Metal (NFM) defect that’s not limited to the iPhone 6’s case, which is why the iPhone 8 will only come with a SIM card slot that was previously absent from the iPhone.

The problem can be spotted in the screen of an iPhone 6 Plus, which has the non FMC (Fiber Media Condition) defect.

If you look closely, you can see that the screen is not completely transparent and the edges of the display are not completely flat.

The screen is still not completely clear as it is not as glossy as the iPhone 7 Plus, and the black areas around the edges are still visible.

The edges of both the display and the phone are slightly curved, but not much.

There is a very slight contrast between the screen and the rest of the iPhone’s casing.

The iPhone 8 has also been spotted with a non FMR (Fibrous Metal Resin) defect, but this one is not much more noticeable.

The difference is less in terms of color but also less noticeable.

If it is a more visible defect than the iPhone 5s, it could be because the non NFM is less likely to cause a false sense of color when it comes to certain colors.

This is the problem that Apple was trying to solve when it came to the non -Fibres metal on the iPhone X, which was also spotted with the non magnetic defect.

While the iPhoneX has a different screen, the difference is very minor, and it is unlikely to affect the overall quality of the phone.

The FMC defect was also discovered in the iPhone SE, which now comes with a magnetic case, and which also has the FMC flaw.

This makes it a bit more difficult to remove, as the screen doesn’t always appear fully clear and the corners of the screen are slightly rounded.

The case also has a slight bend in the back, which may be more difficult than the non FM, but it’s still not as bad as the non Magnetic (FMC) defect in the 6s.

The FMC/FMC defect has also also been discovered in iPhone XS, iPhone XR, and iPhone X.

These are all of course still early days, and there’s a lot of room for improvement, but these three iPhone X cases are clearly a step in the right direction.