Same as usual, if anyone finds fault in their devices, they just brush aside the allegations saying it's extremely rare and in unusual situations. This is how they have been fooling the people and what's interesting is that people do like to be fooled over and over again. As long as such sheep exists, there is no danger of going out of business for such companies. Pathetic situation...
Anonymous, 26 Sep 2014please take care of your phone.
even if its not a NOKIA
Nokia "always one ste... more
What a joke..
Nokia "always one step ahead to a better world"
Hahahahaha,, As far as i know. Nokia already dead
miles deep in the ocean along with noah's ark.
Every year, there needs to be some story, just to make the Android fanboys feel better. Every year, Apple sales grow stronger.
Nokia 930, 26 Sep 2014I'm just helping you Apple and androids well I'm flexible for our nokia side. You can give som... moreNokia connecting to people?
Lol lol Lol...
Nokia died few months ago.. Hahahaha
Apple has so far received a total of nine (million) complaints from customers with bent iPhone 6 devices. :p
Anonymous, 26 Sep 2014Haha ha... I am sure its easy to use another phone. Haha.....haOhh no you won't catch an iphone owner using a non "premium" phone... it would dent their image.
Only 9 complaints because the other 999,991 customers can't reach apple customer support line because of the IOS 8.0.1 updategate hahah
Only moto x survived the test.http://www.businessinsider.sg/all-of-the-iphones-competitors-survived-the-bend-test-2014-9/#.VCTcsHoZ4m8
Anonymous, 26 Sep 2014Only 9 out of 10 million "complained", the others who had the same problem just said... morePeople spend as much and NOT complaint?
of course they would go to Apple and ask for a solution.
hahaha, 10millions yucks for the iphone 6 plus. This is what u paid for 700USD?hahaha now who's cheater company
popye, 26 Sep 2014ONLY 9 out of 10 million have bending problem. This news was just blown out of proportion beca... moreOnly 9 out of 10 million "complained", the others who had the same problem just said to themselves "crap, this is definitely not covered by warranty, but I will definitely never but an iPhone again"
taw cali, 26 Sep 2014all phones are bendable. its just that it happened in iphone 6 then suddenly people are over r... moreover reacting?
the guy put his brand new iphone 6 in his pocket.
after days of use, the iphone bent.
i can understand if he's over-reacting.
afterall, he spend his hard-earned money on the -supposedly- premium phone that easily bend in only few days of normal use.
How widespread is this bending problem?
Why don't people stop buying it or return it?
Who really worry about this?
Good News: Apple Service now offers Precision Alignment for all iphones! Check official website
Apple has always put form over function with a lot of their products.
The glass back on the iPhone 4 was a totally dumb idea and led to so many broken backs that whole cottage industries emerged to fix them. (Maybe Auto body shops will start offering to repear bent iPhones?)
The latest generation 21.5 inch iMacs no longer have user configurable RAM, just so it can have thin edges to create the optical illusion of a thin device (who ever knew thin was desirable in a massive 21.5 inch desktop computer).
The the Mac Pro with it's darth vadar cylindrical design is far less configurable and holds fewer hard drives than previous Mac Pros (and pretty much any other professional tower desktop design).
Steve Jobs famously busted the asses of the original Mac engineers to make the layout of the internal electronics pretty (as well as the layout of the manufacturing facility). This had zero functional value, drove Apple employees crazy, but helped create the Steve Jobs myth.
It's just the Apple way. They make beautiful (but not always functional) devices, that convince the Apple herd of their superiority to everyone else, and it is that sense of superiority that is Apple's primary product. It's the most brilliant branding, marketing, and PR campaign in business history--and it is Steve Jobs' true legacy.
all phones are bendable. its just that it happened in iphone 6 then suddenly people are over reacting. if you have problem with iphone 6, then dont buy one, and if you have already bought one, take god care of it. dont bend it like those people doing in youtube. common sense guys, there's no destructible phones out there.