I've had my 6 plus since launch day and when bendgate broke with all the videos I defended the iPhone and Apple. "Look how much pressure it's taking" but I guess that's to bend it like a pizza box. Apparently it doesn't take that much pressure when it's in your front pants (jeans) pocket to bend it just enough to get the glass to separate from the body. I started checking my phone every few days after the videos came out and I was never 100% convinced it wasn't bent. It felt like it rocked the slightest bit but I couldn't see any other clues to tell me it was bent so I kept using it. Saturday morning I checked it again and I don't know what clued me in to check it this way but after removing it from it's case I squeezed the glass a tiny bit down and I faintly heard something. I held it up to my ear and I repeatedly pressed down and let up pressure and I could hear air rushing out between the glass and the phone when I pressed down. I made an appointment at the Genius Bar for Sunday afternoon and when I brought it in I wasn't sure what they'd tell me. The guy helping me heard the sound too and said it was the 1st one he knew about with a problem like that. I asked if it was just the glass not set correctly or what and he said it was definitely bent. They exchanged it for a new one with basically no questions asked. After everything that has happened so far I don't know if I should feel good that Apple was cool about a replacement, mad that it happened or worried that it might happen again. If I had to guess, it probably happened at some point when getting into my Jeep. That is basically the only time it's in my pocket when I sit down. I don't wear skin tight jeans but they aren't baggy either. I would expect something you pay top dollar for to hold up. I guess as long as Apple is cool about replacing bent ones they'll keep me as a customer. It was their great customer service with repairing a MacBook many years ago that got me to be such a local customer. I've had every iPhone since the 3, multiple iPads, Apple TVs, the MacBook and an iMac and gotten many family members to buy Apple products too. If there is one thing I could say to Apple it's "Stop making your phones so damn thin." People want phones that will hold up to every day use and a little extra thickness for bigger batteries wouldn't be a bad thing. Off topic, but I LOVE the battery life of the 6+. It'll be interesting to see what shakes out with this over the next year and to see what kind of design / structural changes (if any) are made with the 6S+.