Aside from all the Bendgate sound which we’ve experienced currently, a new report has surfaced, asserting that iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus users are viewing their devices’ screen being scratched rather effortlessly.

The problem, which went real-time on the Apple Assistance Neighborhoods someplace late in September has users grumbling regarding exactly how conveniently the display on their iPhone 6 or 6 Plus could be scratched, even with taking actually great care of their devices.

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Some users have attracted comparisons to their older iPhone 4s and iPhone 5 devices which they still have, continuing to be greatly unscratched as far as displays are worried nevertheless this moment. However, their recently gotten iPhone 6/ 6 Plus is currently appearing slightly scathed from their pockets in this brief while.

One customer even called an Apple Genius to obtain this problem arranged out, yet as most of us understand; Apple does not cover service warranty for cosmetic damage for its items. While it is extremely recommended to utilize screen protective covers on any type of costly cell phone, most of the users captured by this unfortunate problem are those that were handling their devices similarly they had actually been handling their previous iPhones.

As for scrapes that are showing up around the iPhone 6′′ s corners; this is the initial time that Apple has made use of a rounded glass for the screen, leaving it without a bezel or lip to secure it from scrapes. More so, as kept in mind by AppleInsider:

“The hard plastic side wall surface was also erased for a cover that contours towards the rounded aluminum framework. While wonderful for finger feel and gesture command, a curved side style necessarily leaves the cover glass exposed to speak to with tough surface areas.”


Apple asserts that the front of the new iPhone 6 is made from an ‘ion boosted glass’ which makes it considerably harder compared to mainstream ones on the market, and it is not clear – – even from Apple’s end – – whether it is Gorilla Glass 3 or otherwise.

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