It has now become surreal. It started out as shocking, then became laughable, then “a thing”, and now?
Yeah, surreal is all I can come up with. With just a few seconds of searching, I come across a truly hilarious website. It’s called “Bent 6“.
No, it’s not a group of people bent on saving the whales, nope, not a misshapen numeral, nor a crumpled handgun.
Bizarrely, it is a litigious group focussing on gathering iPhone 6 and 6+ purchasers that may or may not wish to pile onto a class action lawsuit! You’ve got to love how they start out…
How Can I fix My Bent iPhone 6?
Apple® Corporations’ new iPhone 6 Plus® thin aluminum body may have had all the inspired genius of those that came before it, like the DeLorean automobile, but its already trending as a hot and controversial issue with a potential design flaw that allows it the undesirable flexibility of a polymer. Simply put the iPhone 6 Plus® metal encased phone is subject to bending like a large plastic credit card when you put it in a tight pocket. And this isn’t an intended or desirable design feature.
OK, that’s funny.
But now these crusaders of the lost “Arc” try to be a little helpful. Just a little.
How Can I Prevent iPhone 6 From Bending?
If you recently acquired a new iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus and its not yet bent there are a few “Do’s and Don’ts” that will help you to preserve the usefulness of your new phone until you upgrade to the next model, or trade it out for a phone less prone to bending. Here’s a few tips to keep your iPhone 6 from bending.
•Keep the iPhone 6 in your jacket or shirt pocket
•Don’t sit on the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus
•Never put the iPhone 6 in the front or back pocket of tightly fitting pants
•Don’t leave the phone on your car seat where you might sit on it
•Don’t leave the phone on furniture in your home where you sit.
My sides are hurting! Hey guys with iPhone 6, how about you just stop doing that (you know, keeping buying this Gumby phone stuff)?
No? Oh, OK.
Well when you feel the need to get some help, you can always sign up here to get some “form” of restitution.
Or, you can just do what they suggested, “or trade it out for a phone less prone to bending”.
Yeah, that’s right.
You know what to do, don’t you?
Go around the “Bend” and get a BlackBerry.
It’s the right thing to do.