Ok, this is getting excessive now. By now, I’m sure most everyone has heard about #Bendgate, the controversy which tailed the release of Apple‘s first phablet smartphone, the iPhone 6 Plus. As the story goes, the iPhone 6 Plus is relatively easy to bend in a manner which can be done even barehanded. By now, that saga has somewhat died down, however #Bendgate has apparently reared its head again with Apple’s latest tablet release, the iPad Air 2.
At this point, I’d like to make a serious statement here – this is getting entirely out of hand. It may have been interesting, some might even say amusing, to the see the situation that Apple and the iPhone 6 Plus landed in during the early days of #Bendgate, however if this is going to lead to people attempting to bend and presumably break every one of Apple’s products as they release, this has gone too far. Arguments could be made that Sony’s 6.4mm thick Xperia Tablet Z2 didn’t bend so why shouldn’t Apple’s thinner and clearly inadequate device be tested to its limits?
But enough of what I think – what do you think about #Bendgate version 2.0? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
Source: Phone Arena