I ordered two of them for my brother and myself. Why I asked this question..... is to see what you would do if it "bends"? I'm not talking about Unboxyherapy style bending. I'm talking about even the slightest bend from keeping it in your front pocket as I have done with every previous phone. (If you don't believe a phone....any phone....should be kept in a front pocket....well, we should all weep for humanity and it's future.) From the other "bending" threads, it seems like half the people tell the OP he deserves the bend while the other half tell the OP to return it. As an iPhone user since the "1G", if it bends, it's completely unacceptable. I've had my iPhone 5 since it's release, and I absolutely love it. The only issue I've ever had with it was the battery not holding charge which was fixed after swapping it out. Starting with even the "1G" iPhone, I've never worried about what would happen to the phone if I put it in my pocket where it belongs. I love the iPhone and everything that goes with it. I've tried android phones and they're not even close to how great the iPhone ecosystem is. As people have said before, "everything just works." People in other threads have said, "if you're worried about bending it, don't get it, or return it." For dropping over $1k on a phone, no one should have to worry about it only lasting a week before it "bends." Hey, if my iPhone 6+ had a slight bend after using it for 2years like I use my iPhone 5, honestly I wouldn't really care. But if Apple thinks it's ok for the non 1%'ers to spend $1k on a phone which will structurally be compromised after a week or, even after one month......well that part, I'll leave up to you guys as to what should happen? The 6+ bends at the point where the steel insert which was installed to keep the phone from bending in the fist place? Apple, man the ******* up, tell people to being their phones in, and insert an extended titanium bar that runs past the volume buttons and solves the issues. It took apple forever to admit to "antennagate," I'm sure more people (not sheeple, but people who value integrity lik myself) would have had a lot more respect for Apple vs. telling people they're holding it wrong. The fact that even if I continue to use the iPhone 5 because I don't want to deal with the iPhone 6 issues, Apple will eventually force iPhone5 users to to buy new hardware, by discontinuing support for it (like the "current" iPhone 3G which can only updated to iOS 4.) We all know you like to control everything, and keep your ecosystem running smooth, which is all fine and dandy. iOS and it apps are great for sure. But eventually you force people to upgrade to a newer device to continue using your awesome ecosystem. The issue really is, no one should be forced to upgrade if you provide inferior products to us. Is it not called an "upgrade" for a reason? I apologize to anyone for the rant, and I will honestly say I hope nothing ever happens to my 6+ because it's amazing for sure. Unfortunately, I don't believe this will be the reality though.