Posts Tagged ‘Bendgate’

In response to reports of the 2018 iPad Pro’s bendgate fiasco, a new Apple support article has appeared online to explain just how the latest iPad Pro is built.

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According to Apple’s VP of hardware engineering, Dan Riccio, the 2018 iPad Pro “meets or exceeds” the company’s high quality manufacturing standards and that the report from The Verge was not based on an official statement by the company.

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According to internal documents handed over in an ongoing lawsuit, it would appear Apple was aware about potential design flaws in both devices ahead of their launch.

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Bendgate or not? Here’s another Nexus 6P bend test, this time with the device in mint condition and a detailed explanation of why it bends.

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Bendgate might be back, this time for Google and Huawei’s Nexus 6P, as new video shows it failing when put through bend, scratch and burn test.

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Worried about bendgate on iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus? Here’s a video showing bend test being performed on an iPhone 6s Plus. Check out the video and see what you think.

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The measure of any company exists in how it handles and grows from any mistakes that have been made in the past. Apple, who has found itself in the middle of multiple consumer controversies since launching the iPhone back in 2007, is said to have learned from last year’s “Bendgate” scandal with the hope of it never being repeated again, that’s according to Lewis Hilsenteger of Unbox Therapy.

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T-Mobile’s outspoken CEO John Legere found himself on-stage at the GeekWire 2014 summit and once an interviewer made the mistake of asking whether his iPhone 6 Plus was bent, things got interesting. Waving his phone around in the air and with what can only be described as indignation in his heart, Legere set about putting the world to rights on the subject of Bendgate, calling the entire controversy nothing short of “bulls***.”

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