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    Consumer Reports: "Bending Controversy" overblown
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    Consumer Reports: "Bending Controversy" overblown

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobtomay View Post
    You put a 6-8mm thick plastic or aluminum phone in your back pocket and then sit on it for a few hours and it bends - shocking news.
    ROFL - had to be the best part of this thread so far!
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    Consumer Reports: "Bending Controversy" overblown
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    Quote Originally Posted by chas_m View Post
    Try reading your post #5 in this thread and then explain to me who's engaging in "underhanded sarcasm" here. You willfully misinterpreted my comment (as you frequently do) to engage in the very act you accuse me of.

    All I said was that the media has a habit of getting at least one aspect of their negative stories about Apple fundamentally wrong. You've deliberately misinterpreted this as me saying the stories are wrong. This is incorrect. I'm not accusing all media stories about Apple that are negative of being completely wrong. I'm saying they usually get at least some detail wrong -- sometimes big errors, sometimes little errors, but it's remarkably noticeable that they do this.

    It was in no way a defense of anything. That's your misinterpretation. It was a comment on sloppy reporting.






    Again I direct you to your own passive-aggressive and sarcastic post #5 in this thread.
    Well it more seemed like Van was disagreeing with you on your first post. More of back and forth banter, However it more seemed like you were attacking him personally in your post following his. I would say have a disagreement just don't personally attack.

    just my two cents.

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    I'm a little tired of his habit of willfully misinterpreting things I post and attacking them sarcastically. It's very unbecoming conduct for a moderator.

    Nonetheless I will cheerfully apologize for anything I posted that comes across as personally insulting. I intended only to criticize the behavior, not the person.

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    Consumer Reports: "Bending Controversy" overblown
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    Some of the reports I read over the last few weeks specifically mentioned people who carry their iPhone in their front pocket too. I am of that variety and it does make me a little cautious to adopt an iPhone 6. I want one, but am still mulling it over. I wouldn't call it a design flaw because, as bobtomay pointed out, it's just natural for a soft metal like aluminum to be pliable as you stretch it further and thinner. You can't expect phone makers to use indestructible materials.

    I guess I'll have to be extra careful with it or stick to my 5 until the next iPhone comes out...
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    Consumer Reports: "Bending Controversy" overblown
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    Maybe it's more like a Lulu Lemon situation where some peoples bodies just weren't meant to carry iPhones in their back pocket.

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