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Earlier this week, word began to spread that some iPhone 6 Plus owners were experiencing issues with the durability of their device. We’re not talking about crushing it with a sledgehammer, dropping it from six feet up, or even putting it through a blender. Apparently, some iPhone 6 Plus have noticed that their devices have bent from such sedentary activities as sitting.
Apple has suffered a number of setbacks since Sept. 9, when the company’s live stream of the media event where the iPhone 6 was unveiled performed poorly. On the day that preorders were supposed to be available, Apple’s own online store was down for the first 20 minutes. Then, yesterday’s update to iOS 8.0.1 disabled iPhone 6 and 6 Plus cellular service.
So, it is no surprise that Apple is making good on replacement for bent iPhone 6 Plus devices, even though it is 100 percent user fault. They are treading water in a pot that is verging on boiling over. Good PR is the company’s best medicine right now. Read More »