Apple has announced that they will fix iPhone 6 Plus phones that have developed touchscreen problems, for a cost. For $149 they'll fix your phone providing it is in working condition (no cracked screens). They'll also reimburse you anything over $149 that you'd paid to have your phone repaired elsewhere. This touchscreen issue has been dubbed "Touch Disease" by the Apple community and Apple is claiming it is the result of dropping the phone multiple times of hard surfaces. The repair cost could be worse, however, the fact that it's only happening on one model probably isn't going to make anyone super happy about writing Apple a check for $149 to fix their phone. ArsTechnica has the full story.
If you've been having touchscreen problems with your iPhone 6 Plus, Apple has a fix for you if you're willing to pay for it. The "iPhone 6 Plus Multi-Touch Repair Program" is for phones that are either having trouble registering touchscreen input or that are have flickering displays as a result of "being dropped multiple times on a hard surface and then incurring further stress on the device."