Keep iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus from Bending

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With the anticipation and response to the latest devices by Apple, it is normal that any bad reviews or problems with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are amplified. The latest problem facing these two devices, especially the iPhone 6 Plus, is the issue of bent phones on pockets.

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Videos of iPhone 6 being bent are all over the internet. Though only a tiny fraction of the users have experienced the problem, people are so concerned with this issue as iPhones are no cheap devices.

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Keep iPhone 6 from being bent

If you are an iPhone 6 user and is concern about your phone being bent, follow these tips to keep your phone on "top shape".

  1. 1
    Avoid putting your iPhone 6 on tight pockets
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    Most of those who complain that their iPhone 6 were bent are those who put their devices on their tight pockets. Make sure that your iPhone 6 has enough space for movements in your pockets. If you need to have the device on your pants, see to it that your pockets are spacious enough.
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  2. 2
    Avoid applying too much pressure on your device
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    To keep your phone from being bent, do not try to bend it. Never apply too much pressure on the iPhone 6 as this could possibly bend your phone.
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  3. 3
    Use a hard, protective case
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    Using a protective case for your device is highly suggested. It keeps your iPhone from being scratched or bent making your phone look on tip-top condition. Also, a shiny iPhone has a better resale value in case you need to sell it when iPhone 7 comes out.
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    Know your phone's material
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    iPhone 6 is made of aluminum material. Aluminum materials are highly malleable. Knowing that will give you an idea how your phone should be taken care of.
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    As much as possible, do not use your phone on your bed
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    Never use your iPhone on your bed or somewhere where you may sleep and lie over it. You do not want to wake up with a bent iPhone.
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It, really, all boils down to taking care of your phone and knowing its limits. Have fun with your new device!

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Recent edits by: Doug Collins, Dougie, Leomar Umpad

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