Picked up a VZW 128GB iPhone 6 yesterday. I think Apple made the phone so thin the EAR speaker resonates against the back of the case and the vibrations can be felt in the fingers when holding it next to your ear during calls. It is especially noticeable in loud environments where consequently the volume is cranked up or with male voices or hold music that has a bit of bass. If you put your fingers where the Apple logo is, the vibrations can be felt during a call. Not annoying at all during a 2 hour long conference call. Noticed it with and without case. Yes...yes... I'm "holding it wrong". 6 is so thin I don't think there's room for unattached or improperly attached components to rattle around and I doubt there's much free space where it would make an air chamber that resonates based on pics from ifixit teardowns. Wondering if Apple skimped on costs and didn't add a shot of sound deadening material to the case or I may have a defective ear speaker. It sounds fine though with no distortion. We shall see what tech support says. Other thought is this is something they missed entirely in ergonomic testing like the iPhone 4 antenna issue. Curious if anyone else has noticed this? Btw they need to make the number/symbol key on the left side of the keyboard in ios8 bigger. Every lefty I know is inadvertently hitting the emojii/keyboard switch button when typing. Complete PITA. EDIT God forbid someone would use the word gate in this forum or speak ill of a recently released product. Title changed for the divas.