Apple finally breaks the silence, says bent iPhone 6 Plus issue is “extremely rare”
Reports of deformed Apple iPhone 6 Plus units took over the web for the past few days as some users complained of having their phones bended accidentally under minimal contact. Enthusiasts went ahead on camera to try out and see what the fuss was all about and everyone seemed to be getting similar results.
Apple has warned that the case of bending iPhones was “extremely rare”, but has so far received 9 formal complaints on the matter. The Curpertino tech giant says that damaged devices will go under what they call Visual Mechanical Inspection to see if the user qualifies for a replacement.
However, we suspect that more users will likely turn their units in as more than 10 million units of both iPhone 6 and 6 Plus devices were already sold during the first 3 days of the phones. Lets see how things will pan out as we bring you more updates on the issue.
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