Here’s a grind if you don’t like the iPhone 6 protruding camera
Many delighted customers all around the world have bought and received their iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus consignments from Apple, the big Apple. Yes, the very big Apple that sold 10 million iPhones in three days. But then, is every one of those millions of customers satisfied? Lets find out.
According to a report published by PhoneArena this morning, the iOS 8 (default OS of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus) is getting a high report of crashes and bugs — which might soon be patched soon, but then we are talking about a whole different issues here — the protruding skin that covers the camera on the new iPhones.
According to a research by common sense ever since the phones were announced and first pictures released, keeping either of the iPhone 6 models on a flat surface will not feel good as the bumped up camera won’t allow the phone to stay flat — and here’s a grind to that.
If you value flatness over your iPhone’s paint/finishing, this funny creepy guy on YouTube whose video has gathered over 250,000 views, is calling on you to scrap off that troublesome iPhone 6 bump with a grinder.
Watch the video as he takes the unneeded skin off his $800 smartphone:
But wait! BestMobs is not urging you to try this. We won’t be responsible for any damages you may cause to your iPhone 6 or to your…grinder.
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