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@Google KingDaveTunes, what happens when me blood vessel breaks? *calls support #* "yes, after turning off and back on again, it still has the giant go lite!"
I checked these Twitter accounts and these tweets are real. That makes the picture so much better 😂
Like the 'how to share games on PS4'. That video made me laugh a lot
Burn Apple. Burn burn burn.
After seeing this I decided to do a little research of my own and most of the sources I found say that iPhone 6 bending isn't as wide spread as it is rumored to be and there actually tests done which found that the iPhone 6 bends about as easily as other phones and an iPhone probably wouldn't ever receive the force to bend when being used properly. Apple also claims that they have only received 9 complaints about this problem and actually received more complaints for problems other then bending. Of course sense I am not an expert researcher and I only used the Internet I could be wrong. I believe the only way to find out is to get one and test it myself but from the majority of what I read it seems that this problem isn't very common
Some actual facts: the 6+ can actually undergo more stress than the one m8 and note 4. Withstanding 80lbs before bending and 120lbs before the screen breaks. Everyone just hates on Apple because the are a successful competing company.
Seems like these companies really have it in for the LBGT Community...
@jklyt1, they don't like bent things
@jklyt1, or use a less offensive term instead lol
@Sethodactyl, I get it. Because straight means heterosexual. I might have been the only one who got it, but...*sticks "You Tried" star on your shirt*
Only 9 iPhones bent, people. 9. That means there's almost more tweets on the page than iPhones that bent.
@GrumpyKat, that's 9 official complaints substantiated by apple, that's way off the actual number. Fact is, because of the materials and how the phone is made, it can happen to every single one.
@FacePalmMoveOn, if your phone bent within a week and you didn't ask for a new one (which Apple is giving out), at that point it's equally your fault. Also, it's recorded that every smart phone bends. People just hyperventilate over Apple.
@GrumpyKat, all smart phones bend? Yeah they all have the potential to, but that's because its the nature of a flat object. The fact is the complaints are rolling in to apple and they aren't reporting that, they are reporting the 9 phones sent in, examined, and replaced. Why would they issue a replacement warrant for a full production of devices that were supposedly "ready for market". The official tweet from apple that said " you should have bought a case"( I am paraphrasing by the way) tells us they know about the issue but decided not to address it.
@FacePalmMoveOn, just... Do your research. Cult of Mac did an article looking at a number of smart phones that bent under non-strenuous conditions, look at Apple stocks haven't dipped in the slightest (they dipped during the Fappening, for perspective). This whole thing is blown out of proportion because people want to see Apple fail, even without reasonable evidence.
@GrumpyKat, so a thin aluminum case with a bend point at the volume key is not a structural defect? While I'll admit to it being blown out of proportion, the fact still stands that they released a product that was doomed to fail. If they had put more time into looking at the device itself and not the dollar signs this would not have happened. As far as other bending devices, its bound to happen, it is the nature of a flat object. It can and will conform to its container if the force placed on it is sufficient enough. Its still a defect and should be fixed no matter the cause or company.
@FacePalmMoveOn, bending phones has always been an issue, across any brand and any version. So why are people panicking about the iPhone 6? Oh yeah, because unnatural hate against Apple, that's why. It annoys me to see the clear bias against Apple to the point of making national news out of... 9 official bent iPhones.
@GrumpyKat, yes official, not actual. I own an iphone 5s and a android device. Fact is if either one bent, I'd be P.O.ed and demand a replacement. I m angry at the fact that apple is taking no responsibility for this. And people blindly defending a company that takes advantages of its consumers like this is what causes the problem. People need to speak out and be heard. Any company that blatantly takes advantage of fanism for profit, regardless of device quality, needs to answer for their intentional/unintentional faults. This is about doing right by your consumers, this is not about apple.
@FacePalmMoveOn, sure it's not about apple. How about when the PS4 had a 1/100 dead on arrival rate? Nobody talked about that. If this is purely about quality and fans speaking up, then there should be a lot more complaining than only against Apple.
@GrumpyKat, and I agree. What about the red ring rate on the original Xbox 360? Or the top screen issue with the first round of 3ds's? It goes on and on and consumers should not stand for it. Sure there's bound to be some bugs and hardware issues here and there, but that's just how technology is. However, on the scale of the iphone 6, where every single unit has the same defect, it is so obvious that even the fanboys/girls shouldn't ignore it. But they do, and the entire tech community will suffer for it. Every company will cut corners where it can, and now that apple has cut a big one, more companies will follow suit if they get away with it.
@FacePalmMoveOn, red ring of death was very well publicized, at least I thought so. If only 9 official reports have been filed, that's a 9/10,000,000 bent rate. I wouldn't call that an inherent flaw in the design of all the products, so much as faulty users. Not sounding like a fanboy, but a .000009 failure rate is too small to be an constant flaw. Statistically, it's insignificant.
@GrumpyKat, that is 9 official and substantiated by apple. That's not the actual number. Official and substantiated means they got the complaint, requested the phone, received and processed it, issued a warrantee claim and then sent it back to the customer.
@FacePalmMoveOn, that's the only way to actually calculate how many iPhones bent. Are we going to accept every claim online? A decent number are false, as with any "scandal". I know someone personally who forcefully bent their iPhone to add to the hype (long story there) and never reported it to apple. Does that count? Statistically you have to count official reports only, that's it. I'm sure the PS4 and RROD failure rate was only counted by official reports.
@GrumpyKat, they only released 9 reports, and every other company only releases smaller reports based on some the consumer base normally they stop reporting if the issue at hand starts to cause the consideration of a recall. The fact is you keep circling around back to the same "facts and figures" that everyone else does. I do have one question for you, would you buy an iPhone 6?
@FacePalmMoveOn, I would buy a 6, a 6 plus, but I'm not going to because of personal finances. I would recommend a 6 to anyone with the added instruction "don't be stupid with it" like most any $200-$300 smartphone. It's a device worth a serious amount of cash, don't be stupid with it. And yes I'm circling around facts and figures, because those are, well, facts. What else can you work on? The hype of the media? Twitter jumping on a bandwagon? Every mindless Apple hater griping and whining about #bendgate? A mindless hater is just as bad as a mindless fan. Simply put, you can accept that the whole #bendgate thing is blown out of proportion, or follow the hype.
@GrumpyKat, I say "facts and figures" sarcastically. The fact is you don't know how many actual reports apple has received about bent phones. No one does, because they will keep that information secret to protect their stocks. Since when does putting a phone in your pocket count as "being stupid with it"? I never use cases and every phone I've ever owned has never had a bend, break, crack, or chip. I keep my phone in my pocket like everyone else. Simple fact is if a case was vital to the safety and condition of the device, it should have been included in the box. For years no apple as been money hungry. I've never had a phone that was that delicate and I've owned several iPhone and droids.
@FacePalmMoveOn, @GrumpyKat, if this was said already im sorry, but this issue qualifies as a cosmetic issue and when the phone bends it normally does not compromise any important parts, in fact the phone still functions normally and Apple has probably already put steps in place to fix newly produced phones. Aluminum is very malliable and therefore bends easier, the more steel supports they put in the phone the more expensive it gets so they tried to keep the phone from being overpriced to hell, not sorry for the long post
@GrumpyKat, yes, it's because it's Apple. Just like how SOME of their "innovations" are not always new or innovative, yet they make it seen that way. Also what's NOT blown out of proportion it the fact of people waiting hours, if not days, in line just to try and be one of the first to get it a new Apple product. What's worse are the people who admit to not knowing what it is and getting it only because it is Apple.
Soooooooooo... why do women have to be stick futures if society is so obsessed with n bends? Why can't we be curvy like our phones?
All these companies jumping on the bandwagon. Pathetic.
@asmb100, I think you mean bendwagon.
@asmb100, Hey guys! I found the die hard Apple fan!
@Mega Charizard, Up top for the great pun!
@Sethodactyl, I'll never understand Apple fanboys/girls. They will defend viciously a phone that really isn't anything special. They're all the same phone, and they still haven't caught up to Android.
@Sethodactyl, almost as easy as Found the 12 Year Old.
@Jeremy Williams, man I've got an LG optimus g and I don't know what it is but this phone is the best. One I've had so maybe they cam be different?
@FunnyPicsSecretary , it's probably something version of android..
@Mega Charizard, I'm not even sorry for this one *takes aim*
@Jeremy Williams, I'll never understand phone fanboys/girls in general. It's a fvcking phone
@Sethodactyl, It's like spot the vegan but harder!
@Sethodactyl, Yup, totally a die hard Apple fan. *turns off dell computer* *straps on Invicta watch* *"borrows" family's Surface Pro 2
@asmb100, sorry man, you can't really redeem yourself here.
@SWAT, I don't need to redeem myself. Just pointing out that I was joking with another horrible joke.
@asmb100, jumping on the bandwagon? You mean like Apple? Jumping on the bandwagon of phone with larger screens?
@KoLboLt27, Yeah, something like that.
One does not simply break a Nokia
28 September 2014 #28September2014 #September2014
135° angle? Definitely not 45°
@J Suma, well now you're thinking in 3 dimensions. If you look at it on the side face, I could definitely see that it could be a 45 degree...hehe that rhymed.