Great question and I'm surprised there have been no answers. I've wondered the same thing. Guess not many of the people who were hands on had enough time to set the demos downThat camera sticks out, making me think it won't sit flush on a table and will rock. This is fairly disturbing to me. Has anyone seen any of the hands-on people mentioning if it rocks (literally)?
To each their own.And add to the overall size? No thanks.
Never used a case on any iPhone I've ever owned. All remained in fantastic shape.
"Stable" and "level" are not the same thing. Of course it will be stable resting on its back.Very interesting question. Especially for people (like me) who don't use cases. I would hate if the phone was not stable on a flat surface, because I don't like keeping the phone in my pocket and I prefer to set it down.
It WILL rock.That camera sticks out, making me think it won't sit flush on a table and will rock. This is fairly disturbing to me. Has anyone seen any of the hands-on people mentioning if it rocks (literally)?
It seems likely that it will rock, but I need to see a video before I'll fully believe it.It WILL rock.
If you don't think it will rock, take something flat and rigid like a piece of wood or glass or a hardback book or an old iPhone and place something under one corner of this object.
Watch it rock.
I just did it. I used a flat remote control with a .71mm guitar pick under one corner of it.
Is that horrible?
It is if you hate the idea of this beautiful phone rocking on a table.
Personally, I'd get a case which would protect the phone and prevent it from rocking.