No Problem. It still just works.
The term „bendgate“ refers to the 2014 controversy involving the iPhone 6 Plus, where consumers alleged that the phone would bend in their pockets. This has led to a greater analysis of the structural design of mobile devices and of how users use them on a day-to-day basis. Making them thinner and thinner and with it, losing battery capacity is definitely the wrong way.
Sir Johny Ive, what’s your take on this matter?
Here in Thailand “bendgate” is everywhere and it seems to be no problem. This car delivering ice to customers comes to the small village I live nearby since about 2 decades.
I took this shot with my iPhone 6s Plus, my daily companion since 4 years.
Have a great day.
Btw, bending yourself is healthy.