Hi folks, my Iphone6+ arrived yesterday and i checked everyting for defects and i found out that i have probably three defective pixels in my camera sensor and probably other ppl have this issue as well but dont even know it. To realize the defective pixels you have to go in a complete dark room and let just a tiny amount of light in then switch to the 120fps mode, you will realize blinking white/grey pixels or just white/grey pixels shining permanently somewhere your screen which indicated failed pixels in my mind. Those are not defects on your IPS LCD screen but the sensor of your camera The reason why it must be on the sensor is clear, you can see those pixels on the recorded video later! So the main iphone display is ok but not so the sensor of the camera. Maybe this can be a software bug but i guess not. In all other cameramodes those pixels cant be seen. My brightest pixel is directly near the red record button icon. Maybe you have those defective pixels as well. The strange thing is those pixel will work in the other modes so i guess the 120/240FPS mode is hard for the sensor and shows its weakness spots?