Apple’s latest iPhone 6 and the larger iPhone 6 Plus were unsurprisingly sold out by the majority retailers soon after the release of the new devices late last month in the UAE. But the launching in the UAE also corresponded with reports and rumors of bending problems in iPhone 6 with the bigger iPhone 6 Plus, afterward named as ‘Bendgate’.
While the problem boost on social media, Apple afterward reported a declaration clarifying that a bending problem in the iPhone 6 is “extremely rare” and that the company only received nine grumbles of a bending problem in iPhone 6 during its earliest six days of retailing. The problem is not predictable to beat sales of the iPhone 6 Plus in the UAE. Nabila Popal, research manager at IDC MEA stated that, “I don’t think it will crash sales as the concern created is still far less than the brand value and publicity of the new iPhone6.” All over the UAE, iPhone6 and 6Plus is being sold out in record time wherever it is available. As long as it is really is a small number of bending issue’s cases and rare and it will not influence long-term sales. Moreover, Apple look like to be addressing the problems as well in the media, and as long as they switch it well PR-wise, it is just a little bang in the road. She also added “As with all latest phone launches, there could always be some hitches in the initial batch, and Apple has constantly been rapid to fix those issues,”.