Have you managed to bend your expensive new iPhone 6 in your back pocket? If so, you are not alone. Many iPhone 6 owners are now reporting that their iPhones have become permanently bent after sitting down with their iPhones in their pockets.
Believe it or not, Apple has a patent on flexible displays. If this technology was indeed applied to the iPhone 6, then the recent bent iPhone 6 issue may be cause for Apple’s engineers to go back to the drawing board.
Many users are reporting that Apple will not repair or replace bent iPhone 6 handsets under the limited one year warranty that comes with the iPhone 6.
Fixing Your Bent iPhone 6
There is limited information available on how one might fix a bent iPhone 6. The iPhone 5 suffered from similar bending issues, so your best bet may be to apply the same methodology to fixing your bent iPhone 6. This involves opening up your iPhone 6 (thereby voiding your warranty) and removing as many of the internal components as possible before applying gentle pressure to the outer casing to bend it back in shape.
Opening the iPhone 6
The iPhone 6 is not designed to be opened with your average miniature screwdriver kit. You’re going to need to buy an iPhone 6 repair kit from the internet which contains a number of custom screwdrivers and prying tools.
Any iPhone 6 repairs are carried out at your own risk.