Just hold your phone differently. I haven't had any issues with my 6+.Ugh! Sometimes I kind of rest my finger under my Gold IPhone 6, and against the Lightning port. But the port is extremely sharp, to the point where I've actually cut my finger.
There are plugs you can get to cover the ports if it actually bothers you that much.Is the only solution buying a nasty case?
I had the same issue with one of mine. In time the raised area wore down with normal use. Not a problem anymore.Ugh! Sometimes I kind of rest my finger under my Gold IPhone 6, and against the Lightning port. But the port is extremely sharp, to the point where I've actually cut my finger. Is the only solution buying a nasty case?
Why? Can't some units of a mass manufactured product have some slight differences and even defects in metal work or other areas that cause some issues? Is that really thst hard to imagine given that it happens with mass produced products all the time?Not sure if this whole thread is serious.
Paper cuts are the most common thing ever. Cutting yourself with a charge port on a smooth metal surface? Not so much. Unless there was some sort of flaw, or he made some sort of ding and misshaped the metal and caused a sharp edge. I just ran my ringers over the port several times at several angles and not once did I feel like I was in danger. Post pics of the charge port, maybe there is indeed some sort of flaw on your particular phone otherwise I'm sorry this is silly.My wife often in the past did cut her fingers with paper at work in office before she bore my daughter.
So here nothing extraordinary for me that someone may cut fingers with iphone.