In September 2014, Apple start to sell the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus. Not too long after the release, several iPhone 6 Plus owners reported that their devices bent after being placed in their pockets. The iPhone 6 phones are built with a unibody enclosure constructed from machining 6000 series anodized aluminum with stainless steel and titanium inserts to reinforce its high-stress locations. Apple said that the bends in the iPhone 6 Plus smartphones are extremely rare, but from our everyday hands on experience it is “rare” to work on an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus that is not bent. Apple’s ambition to have the smallest and lightest device leaves their user with a more fragile and weaker build resulting in a curved iPhone. It’s a shame people are paying a premium price for a poor quality device.