I've had an iPhone 6 since launch day and I'm about to go to the Apple Genius Bar for the second time to get the screen looked at.
After using my shiny new phone for around 12 weeks I noticed that if you pressed on the bottom right corner of the screen there was a clicking sound. Almost like the screen was coming away from the phone, it wasn't bent (sorry but I had to go there) and I hadn't dropped it once. It wasn't a massive problem so I continued to use the phone (I commute a lot for work so hard to find time).
I finally gave in and booked an appointment in January, this was (the usual) painless experience with Apple and after a quick look at my phone they also spotted the camera was misaligned so had no problem in changing it over for a new screen. I gave my phone over, in an hour I came back and the screen had been replaced.
I used this new screen for a couple of weeks and yet again I started to get the clicking sound in the same corner, I've lived with this for now but finally today gave in and booked a genius appointment to see whats going on.
I have to think that this is now the chassis of the iPhone rather than a screen issue given that this will be my third replacement if they just replace the screen again.
I've got my appointment this week so will update once I can report back on what happened.
Anyone else having this issue?
Update (24/02) Apple replaced my original iPhone with a refurbished model at the genius bar