This actually puts me at ease. I'm sure under normal use my 6+ will be fine. Lets see if Apple responds to this.
I agree. I don't think a phone would sustain this much pressure in normal, everyday use. Nevertheless, the phone shouldn't bend at all under normal conditions.Pretty surprised at the durability of the glass and lcd screen! Unfotrunately that doesn't seem like a real world test. He was putting a lot of pressure on the device.
But that's where it's actually an advantage because plastic will try to return to it's original form.But Android won't bend!!!
Trust me, my Samsung Focus and Galaxy Nexus were the flimsiest pieces of **** I've ever owned. They would bend. Plastic bends easier than aluminuminum.
you would be surprised how my pressure exists when your phone is up against the curve of your hip when seated.I agree. I don't think a phone would sustain this much pressure in normal, everyday use. Nevertheless, the phone shouldn't bend at all under normal conditions.
You're missing the point, as he said in the video if you have it in your pocket while wearing tight jeans and sitting could cause a bend.You can see his hands shaking as he goes to bend the phone. If you are regularly putting that much force on that one point, sure it will bend. Under normal use, there is no way you will hit close to that point load.
you do realize that your hip bends when sitting right? Do you have any idea of the pressure that can apply to that millimeter piece of metal? Exactly what is shown in the video. Except you and others will be applying that pressure daily.This is hilarious. Who knew you could take a millimeter thick piece of metal and bend it when trying.
Correct - this is the solution and should be obvious. But many are blaming Apple that they would create a device that might not be best suited for pockets.It won't matter to me, I will not put in my pocket - no idiot will put a large phone in their pockets, give me a break!