With not so long time for Apple next generation smartphone launch in September many fans are interested whether this new enhancements will bring iPhone 6s Bendgate fix. Unfortunately, after the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus public release last year, many users has encountered with the larger-sized smartphones bending in their pockets issues after normal day-to-day usage.
The informally known as "Bendgate", this issue became widespread after it was revealed that it does not take much effort to cause a slight curvature in the iPhone. Apple later commented that an iPhone 6 Plus bending under normal use is extremely rare and also added that it had received only few complaints from its customers about the issue at the time. The Cupertino company stated that the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus gain a perfect engineered unibody enclosure feature developed from 6000 series anodized aluminum and "stainless steel and titanium inserts to reinforce high stress locations on the devices.
So, Apple company, who has found itself in the middle of multiple consumer controversies since launching the iPhone back in 2007, is said to have learned from last year’s “Bendgate” scandal with the hope of it never being repeated again and with iPhone 6S Bendgate replacement it seems to prove it.
Nevertheless, it appears that Apple engineers have tweaked the design of the so-called "iPhone 6s" by strengthening the weak points of the smartphone's rear shell.
The new YouTube video that was recently published by Unbox Therapy indicates that the areas around the Home and volume buttons on the "iPhone 6s" appear to be notably thicker - 1.9 mm versus 1.14 mm - suggesting that Apple's next iPhones could be less susceptible to bending under normal usage. That will guarantee iPhone 6s Bendgate fix introduction.
A number of location changes for screws has also helped to make the iPhone 6s a much stronger, more resilient device that should be resistant to the type of damage that we’ve previously seen occur.
Also the "iPhone 6s" rear shell weighs in at 25 grams, compared to 27 grams for the iPhone 6 rear shell, suggesting that Apple could be utilizing a new material such as the rumored 7000 Series anodized aluminum for its next smartphones. And many previous reports have suggested that Apple will introduce a new aluminum bond into the structural make-up of the iPhone 6s.