Your phone might be pretty sick, and not in a good way.

Last week, Apple addressed the strange phenomenon known as "touch disease," which mainly affects iPhone 6 plus devices. According to The Washington Post, main "symptoms" include a flickering bar at the top of the iPhone screen and an unresponsive touch screen.

"Apple has determined that some iPhone 6 Plus devices may exhibit display flickering or Multi-Touch issues after being dropped multiple times on a hard surface and then incurring further stress on the device," the company said on its site.

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An allegedly healthy iPhone.

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Apple said it'll cure the touch disease for the right price.

"If your iPhone 6 Plus is exhibiting the symptoms noted above, is in working order, and the screen is not cracked or broken, Apple will repair your device for a service price of $149," the company wrote.

Some are calling BS on Apple's "generous" and costly offer to fix your phone. According to iFixit, touch disease is probably the consequence of a design flaw.

Because the phone naturally flexes over time (remember Bendgate?), small solder balls that connect Touch IC chips to the logic board can shift, causing your phone to look sick, the website explained.

Don't think you're immune, iPhone 6 users.

According to The Washington Post, touch disease can affect these devices as well. Apple has not responded to request for comment on what the protocol will be for fixing iPhone 6s.

Stay healthy out there!