Some iPhone 6s/Plus users are reporting a display glitch in Wallet and a few other apps, where they get a forever zoomed-because after restoring with an iPhone 5/5S/5C. Apple has informed possessors that it’s conscious of the problem but doesn’t now have a repair other than setting up the phone as a new one.
After I open the Apple wallet app, the sides of the display are cut off like it’s zoomed in […]
Same problem here on an iPhone 6S. I can’t activate any cards because the button to input the activation codes is apparently cut off […]
I spent half an hour on an assistance chat. [Apple] could just suggest trying the full phone restore (dropping information in the procedure).
The problem is apparently fixed in iOS 9.1 beta 3, and there’s a clunky work-around in the meantime …
You’ll be able to temporarily turn on on the Screen Zoom attribute in iOS: gt & Settings; amp & Screen; gt & Brightness; Zoomed. The wallet app subsequently opens generally, and it is possible to switch off zoom later to return the display to standard.
Note you’ll drop a row of plenty of screen property and icons in Spring-Board. But Pocket Book will seem ordinary. I believe an Apple programmer multiplied instead of breaking up or vice versa.
The problem doesn’t seem to depend on the way in which the phone was restored, some of these impacted reporting that they restored from iCloud while the others restored from I-tunes.