Many of the folks we approached had heard about #bendgate and accepted our invitation to try bending the iPhone 6 Plus.
“There’s no bend on this,” says Adam Levine, from Brighton, England.
“I can’t bend it,” said his wife Lisa, “Absolutely no bend.”
“I think maybe there’s a trick to it and we don’t know what it is,” said Steve Kehoe of Boise, Idaho.
Don Garrison, a tourist from Connecticut, tried a little harder, and ended up agreeing with Mandaro.
“You can bend it if you try hard enough,” he said. “It bends slightly if you put pressure on it. But nobody’s going to put that kind of pressure on it. It’s a narrow phone, designed to be narrow.”
Um, Lou, what did you do between 1:59 and 2:26, you fucking shit bag?
Notice the video shows the iPhone 6 Plus drastically bending at 1:40 minutes, and the time on the phone at that point displays 2:26 PM. The man in the video then proceeds to explain around 2:35 minutes into the video that he just finished bending the phone with his thumbs” Betters reports. “But there’s one problem with that version of events: The iPhone 6 Plus he supposedly ‘just’ bent displays the time 1:59 PM around 2:45 minutes into the video, roughly 27 minutes before the smartphone is shown succumbing to little pressure.
So with 9 out of millions of phones being affected, you likely have a greater chance of getting hit by lightening while convincing Kim Kardashian to not be a self promoting skank and the US public to exercise and eat right.