Hi all, I was just wondering if the complete unavailability of the iPhone 6 Plus meant something other than 'low yields'. I won't really go into the whole bendgate debate. This is a vain exercise and countless threads demonstrate that just fine. Whether they admit the iPhone's 'weak spot' to be an issue or not (read whether or not having people trying to snap their phones in half should be regarded as an issue), I could bet money on the fact that we'll see a slight internal redesign behind the volume buttons in 2015 with the 6S+. With all the media frenzy surrounding the iPhone 6 Plus special thanks to that toolbox from Unbox Therapy, could it be that Apple is rushing into a quick internal tweak before releasing a new batch out of their factories in China? Would it make sense to do so? I just don't understand how not a single 6 Plus is available nationwide, looking at their online stocks, this is what it feels like. Are people currently actively receiving Plus units at home? Thoughts?