It has been well known that most new mobile devices come with some sort of errors when they are first released, which are usually dealt with quite fast. An example of this may be the antenna issue that the iPhone 4 had which caused thousands of devices to suddenly lose their signal and not be able to make a call properly. Well, it now seems like the iPhone 6 Plus also has an issue, but what makes it different is the fact that this one is quite unique and targets the phone’s design.
With this in mind, iPhone 6 Plus users from all around the world have recently filed reports stating that their phones are getting bent whenever they are placed in their front pockets. Yes, that’s right and putting your phone in your front pocket is perfectly normal and done by millions of people on a daily basis. According to a report made by a user, he stated that he kept his iPhone 6 Plus in his pocket for around 18 hours in total and when he did get back home and took it out, quickly realized that something was off. With this in mind, the user went ahead and checked the device and saw that it was actually bent.
Another iPhone 6 Plus user also posted a similar photo. This one reported that his iPhone 6 Plus bended while he was getting out of the car and had the phone in his front pocket. While this is extremely bad news both for Apple, but also users from all around the world, it would’ve been rather understandable of the phone would bent as a result to extreme pressure, but the one felt in a person’s pocket should normally be nothing to worry about. It now seems like the thinness of the device can also bring in some flaws, one of which is the easiness and little amount of work that it takes to bend the phone, even while it’s kept in a front pocket. Apple is yet to comment on this issue and we can’t be exactly certain about it unless a larger amount of people report the issue as well and more photos apart from the ones above are posted.
Have you bought and iPhone 6 Plus yet? If yes, do you feel like it’s too thin and it may actually bend when more force is applied to it?