The 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus supersized the iPhone formula but simultaneously—magically, even—slimmed down to thinner widths than the barely-there iPhone 5s. But as it turns out, a big slab of ultra-thin aluminum has some downsides, too. Namely, the brand-new phones have been warping from the stress of simply being carried around in people's pockets.
Cue the Internet explosion.
To be fair, phone warping is nothing new, and Apple says only nine people have formally complained about the issue, despite numerous other accounts. But the PR damage is done—and Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 phablet sure doesn't twist like that.