Apple introduced a new feature in the mobile market after the release of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6+ last year. The highlight of the product is the ability to bend. It generated so much reaction from the public of how could this feature can actually be helpful for users.
According to Apple, the bent skill of iPhones is intended for the durability of phones itself. Sometimes, if the phones are in the pockets for so long, it is possible for the hardware of the device to wear out — especially when you are wearing tight skinny jeans. The logic is to create a flexible phone that withstand against external pressure.
However, the celebrated feature has been subjected to so much ridicule for some individuals who actually tested the limits of the bending ability. Those iPhone users who tried and those did not even intentionally bend their phones had been fallen into the abyss of regret. The over bent products could not be restored to its original status regardless of the amount of tears that flowed from the user’s cheeks.
And so, to address the problem, the highly anticipated iPhone 6s sneak peaks provide us with new dimensions of the iPhone’s design. An obvious visual would be the contrast of colors as shown in the video below. Though, not really clear, the iPhone 6s casing is actually smaller than the iPhone 6. However, the cover on the sides are thicker for a few millimeters making the older iPhone 6 slimmer than its successor. The iPhone 6s may look dense, but if you place both covers on a weighing scale, the older iPhone 6 weighs 2 grams “heavier” compared to the iPhone 6s.
The developers of iPhone 6s, judging from the dimensions of its new cover, it focusing more on the durability of its phones. So, most likely, the bend feature is discarded in the future manufacturing of iPhone products.
Here is the video:
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