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APPLE TALK 9:
I HATE TO SAY...
...I TOLD YOU SO!
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Ooooh, my Apple Fanatical detractors have gone incredibly silent of late and it is hardly surprising! I shouldered the attacks and I am still standing! You got that right!
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No doubt that you, as an iPhone fanatic, have noticed the design glitch that besets the iPhone 6 Plus. Some iPhone 6 Plus owners have complained about the propensity for the handset to bend in the pocket.
I have always said that aluminium is not the best material for a handset for the following reasons... Yes, again! Here are the reasons...
1. The metal scuffs, scratches and dents upon impact and contact with other materials such as your keys. You might have forgotten that your keys are in your pocket and when you shove your iPhone in your pocket the case is scratched!
2. It’s malleable! So, the increasingly thin and larger handset made from aluminium is prone to bending out of shape!
No matter how much you are dedicated to Apple and the iPhone these facts are inescapable. No amount of name calling can change that fact!
FEEL THE HEAT!
Me? Personally, I would never place a handset in my jean pockets as this can restrict my movements and there is a potential for pain! OUCH!!!! As I have said before, I have seen many women with super-well-endowed buttocks crush all manner of handsets!
Another factor that people tend to forget about it is HEAT! Most handsets have a tendency to heat when in use and the heating gets worse through enclosure i.e. a protective case and in the pocket! A handset as thin as the iPhone 6 Plus is the aluminium gets heated and the malleability increases to the point where it will bend in the pocket to coincide with body movement i.e. legs or buttocks.
In case you haven’t worked it out: Do not place your iPhone 6 Plus in your trouser pockets – especially if you wear them tight!
It’s not rocket science! Lol! But seriously, I do think that Samsung and other manufacturers have the right idea in using polycarbonate as the main material for a handset. I am not saying that metal shouldn’t be used at all but metal has to be forged with a very sound structure that does not yield to everyday strains such as an accidental drop or momentarily bent through forgetting that you’ve temporarily placed it in your trouser pocket to free your hands as an example.
That’s something to think about!
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