Not so sat down: Apple responded to reports of bent iPhone 6 and 6 Plus

    The company’s just published answer to TechCrunch (why not Habrahabr?) About the scandal surrounding iPhone holders in their pockets is that the Internet again blew a fire out of thin air: cases of bent smartphones are “extremely rare” - to be precise, only nine owners new iPhones so far complained about it only 9 people out of 10 million who bought them in the first three days.

    The caption reads: “There is no iPhone,”

    Apple told TechCrunch that “if you use the phones normally, you won’t chase anything” (that under normal use, the problem rarely occurs) and that exposed the unusual flexibility of video iPhonesonly proves this, because in it the deformation of the smartphone was carried out manually and with visible effort - it seems that James Watt was right .

    Moreover, from Apple's answer it follows that bending phones in the front pockets of trousers, as the authors of the scandalous photos claimed, is almost impossible. Judge for yourself: Apple claims that the latest iPhones are designed with steel and titanium inserts that reinforce structural weaknesses.

    In addition to the use of high-quality materials, the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus have also passed a series of tests to counter bending, sitting, twisting and other stressful effects. These tests are the industry standard, and how they are conducted can be seen on the example of the Nokia 2008 video test (no, not 3310 - the test was honest):

    In general, choose for yourself whom to believe - a transnational corporation or 9 bloggers with supposedly very hard asses. On occasion, of course, do not miss the opportunity to borrow an iPhone from a friend and check on your own.

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