Probably. Your iPhone could be bent a little. I did the test too mine was totally flat, so I guess yes, it is #bendgate, but it should not affect your everyday iPhone life. If you constantly look at the bend like someone with OCD you might want to exchange it. But if you can ignore it, everything will be fine.It got me worried abit, I didn't notice this initially upon unboxing. After some usage then I notice this weird thing going on before attaching a screen protector. Is this bendgate?
Exactly, and has the OP tested the table top?Uh... did you read the post or look at the video? Face DOWN.
Anyway, people have already covered it. They make tens of millions of these. There are design tolerances. You can't expect every single example to be 100% perfect.
Sorry, your right, didn't read the whole thread. My table top post applies ? Potentially?+1 you two need to learn to read, comprehend and look at the pictures.
Is there a reason this should bother me? If i could imagine a scenario where I needed to use my phone while it was face down on a table, then perhaps I'd be concerned. For what it's worth, my 6+ doesn't have this issue, but I wouldn't really care if it did. Also it's possible that the surface of the wooden table wasn't perfectly flat.
That won't work. The table doesn't need to be level. It's surface needs to be flat. He should try it on a variety of different surfaces if he really cares about a variance that small.My mistake!!!
Use the level app on the iPhone and put it flat against that tabletop to make sure its level.. or bent.
Yeah... you also need to slow your rush to fuel the bendgate fire and actually READ the original post where he clearly says the .gif isn't his phone.The phone is defective and obviously bent. It almost looks like the screen is separating from the phone on the left side.
Nope.Is this image of your actual phone?
No, my actual phone shows no presence of physical warping or bending of any sorts. Even the in-app spirit level shows 0. When placing a ruler over the front/back vertically, horizontally, diagonally seems negligible. Only facing down it shows very minute rocking, not as severe as the gif. Would you report or ignore, or get Apple Care + and consider replacing much later on?Is this image of your actual phone?
Tried it on various surfaces, same effect.Table may not be flat. It could be the bevel edge. Get a soft silicon case for it!