Anonymous, 18 Jan 2015The phone will not bend if you handle it with care otherwise if you do it purposely..
What ... moreA phone with cpu heating problems won't get too hot if you only use it for very basic function.
A phone with mediocre reception won't lose reception if you only stay in areas with strong reception.
What's your point?
Anonymous, 18 Jan 2015About your testimony..about wich testemony, tri www.vodafone.de learn german an try reading in the forum then come back and cry
Anonymous, 18 Jan 2015The Consumer Reports bendgate test you link to showed several things:
1) The iPhone 6 can w... moreThe phone will not bend if you handle it with care otherwise if you do it purposely..
What on earth came up on other person's mind that they try to bend the phone? Just to ruinthe companies name? Because they hate it?
If a person is in good mental health, I think bending issues will not occure, but there are people out there who do things in purpose such as popularity.
nemesh73, 18 Jan 2015what am i liang (you are thinking i am liang) about? About your testimony..
Good to hear this. The fingerprint scanner on the S5 is a joke. I'm back to the good old pin number lockscreen at the moment on my S5.
it just another lag device from samsung
Anonymous, 18 Jan 2015Liar.. Hahaha lolwhat am i liang (you are thinking i am liang) about?
Anonymous, 18 Jan 2015Liar.. Hahaha lolbut everithing else is allright with you?
django, 18 Jan 2015so what made you to reveal your work profile here ?why not should i keep it a secret?and if yes why?
Dododo, 17 Jan 2015Seriously...? Not everything you read on them internets is true, dude. http://www.consumerr... morelike i said i don't care what you read on the internet, i am talking about real life as a Vodafone consultant an like i said complaints about Hardware on the iphone are more than all other manufacturers together.....aldough i don't like to admit it the complains about software are less with the iphone than with android.....but also more than with WP or BB but that is again mostly because of the iphone beeing so limited so it has not got a chance to have software problems
harlekkin, 18 Jan 2015Freedom, yes - usable, no.
I'd rather use a phone that does things REALLY well, than a phon... moreI thought you were talking about the iPhone until you got to the last line. It's funny this whole idea that iOS just does things well.
Apple is all about simplifying things and not giving people choices. It's really only 50% of the way there phone. But Apple users confuse not having options with useability. And then because they don't have options, Apple sells people the idea that because there is only one way, it's the superior way. So it's all really about dumbing things down and telling people that they're better than everyone else. That's Steve Job's gift to Apple users.
It's a brilliant marketing strategy. It plays on people's lack of self-esteem and vanity (as most advertising does). But it has nothing to do with working better than other technology.
In the end iOS is no more or less usseable than Android. Android just gives people more choices, which some people don't like. And each OS has it's pluses and minues (I don't know anyone, for example, who doesn't think iTunes is a complete nightmare and piece of crap.)
When all the other devices will be all aluminium at7mm thin we will talk about bending. No one should buy a phone for their platforms to cross the river. A mobile phone is not meant to be a structure resistance.
In constructions the plastic breaks and the aluminium bend.
chadi, 17 Jan 2015All iPhone fans are invited not to buy Samsung S6. They are subjective and won't be able to re... moreFreedom, yes - usable, no.
I'd rather use a phone that does things REALLY well, than a phone that does everything at 50%.
Sorry Android, you're just not great.
Dododo, 17 Jan 2015Seriously...? Not everything you read on them internets is true, dude.
http://www.consumerr... moreThe Consumer Reports bendgate test you link to showed several things:
1) The iPhone 6 can withstand a reasonable amount of pressure before permanently deforming (70 lbs for iPhone 6, 90 lbs for iPhone 6 Plus). So the problem of bending in someone's pocket should probably not be as big as people feared.
2) You compare the iPhone 6 to the HTC One and say it did better. However, that is the only phone the iPhone did better than. And just barely.
3) All other phones tested by Consumer reports signficantly outperformed the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. These are the LG G3, iPhone 5, and Note 3. They were able to withstand anywhere from 44% to 114% more pressure, 40 to 80 lbs more. So the strongest of those three, the Note 3, could take 150 lbs of pressure before permanently deforming, compared to the iPhone 6's 70 lbs failure point.
4) The LG G3 and Note 3 were also able to bend and return to their original shape without damage, whereas once the iPhone 6 started to bend it was just bent and damaged. And then at a higher pressure the case on the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus actually came apart. Whereas until the case came apart on the LG G3 and Note 3, they recovered completely. They therefore had a much higher threshold for failure.
So what the link you provide from Consumer Reports shows is that although the iPhone 6 should withstand most normal use without a problem. It is considerably more delicate than most other phones, including the iPhone 5.
nemesh73, 17 Jan 2015like i said it is not all of them but from what i have seen the 6plus bends much much much eas... moreSeriously...? Not everything you read on them internets is true, dude.
It doesn't bend as easily as the HTC and it doesn't bend under normal, even generally abusive use.
Dododo, 17 Jan 2015Nope, the 6+ doesn't bend. All phones bend with sufficient pressure, but I've had mine in my b... morelike i said it is not all of them but from what i have seen the 6plus bends much much much easier than any other phone, the first ones were almost like Play-doh
nemesh73, 17 Jan 2015like i said we are talking about the iphone5 wich is good build quality but you can not use LT... moreNope, the 6+ doesn't bend. All phones bend with sufficient pressure, but I've had mine in my back pocket often, I've dropped it many times and it's still perfect. I don't have a cover, as I never use covers.
The 6+ is also definitely better resistant to scratches than the Z2, which was marked all over by my keys.
AnonD-126854, 16 Jan 2015So you change your phone with iPhone because of the FPS ??? LOL.
BTW the FPS on Note 4 is fa... moreI changed to the iPhone 6+ because of the overall package.
The 6+ takes the best photos of any phone I've had.
The FPS on the 6+ works much better in my experience.
Airplay mostly works better than Chromecast, which does not accept remote control commands and loses connection too often.
This is the first time I am using an iPhone as my main phone in more than 4 years and for me it's the best phone right now.