Hello guys, I know this has been talked about a lot but I still can't decide. I was so ready to buy iPhone 6 as I'm still on iPhone 4 and was super excited even though I would prefer smaller form like 5S but when the bending "issue" got out of hands I started to think that my £620 might go into a device that is more fragile and eventually I might not pay attention all the time and it can bend. I do not know how "real" the issue really is. Apple says on 9 phones out of 10 mil but that doesn't mean that at that time there weren't more. There is this website someone posted and they keep posting more and more pictures which is why I started to worry about this. I went to few Apple stores and I've seen quite a few phones bent - not that much but maybe something like 1mm which made me think that maybe I could try to survive another 10 months and just wait for the 6S. So, do you think that the 6S will get a bit stronger and the weak area might get reinforced a bit more? I have iPhone 4 as mentioned before and never had the antenna gate problem but Apple did fix it in 4S. What are the chances for 6S to be stronger? Here is another example which happens here at macrumors often - Lightbleed on either computers or ipads. Some people find it normal and some people don't. My point is that some people might not even notice that tiny bend but some people do so the phone has been out for just 2 months so how is the "issue" going to be after 2-3 years? As you can see I buy iPhone to last me a while. I don't upgrade every year so I want something that will really squeeze at least 3 years. Thoughts, please?