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Should You Really Worry About The iPhone 6 Plus Bending?

Posted by Jake Nolan | Posted in Apple News And Rumors, News | Posted on 02-10-2014

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There has been a lot of news around the internet about the new iPhone 6 and the new iPhone 6 Plus. Some of the news hasn’t been so nice to read. There a tons of people freaking out over the reports of the iPhone 6 Plus being able to bend (*See Video Below). There have even been a few people, who are apparently very rich by the way, who have even went as far as to buy a brand new iPhone 6 Plus and make YouTube videos of them bending their phone until it is completely broken.
Should this really be a concern? I don’t know, I guess it depends on the type of person you are. But before you decide on which new phone you are going to buy, you have to think rationally.
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Now, I have never been a huge fan of Apple products. Not because they aren’t good, just because I think that they offer less options and flexibility than some other companies. So I’m looking at this from a fairly unbiased view point.With this launch, Apple broke every sales record they had with previous iPhones. Everyone and their mom bought one. There were literal boat loads of iPhone 6 Plus phones out there. When all of these accusations online started blowing up and becoming a big deal, there had only been 9 reported cases of the iPhone 6 Plus bending by accident. Let that sink in. That means that only a fraction of a fraction of iPhone 6 Plus users had a problem at all. I think that by itself sheds a lot of light on the whole situation.
You also have to use your own common sense, and also understand that a lot of the world doesn’t have that much common sense. You can break, bend, or destroy just about any electronic device that has ever been created. Just because I can stand on a Sony TV and destroy it doesn’t mean it isn’t a fantastic TV, and just because I can’t bounce a MacBook like a basketball and then score a goal with it before I watch cat videos on YouTube doesn’t mean it’s a bad laptop. If you try to break anything, 9 times out of 10 it’s going to work.
There may be a weak spot on the iPhone 6 Plus. There is probably a weak spot on anything. ¬†As with any nice electronic device, the iPhone 6 Plus is going to require some care. If you ask me, then in my humble opinion I don’t think anyone has anything to worry about when considering the iPhone 6 Plus. It’s a great phone, it has a longer batter life than the iPhone 6, it has a better camera and it’s obviously bigger. Go ahead and get the phone you know you want, act like you have some sense, and be happy.

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Could Apple Be Slimming Down The MacBook Air Even More?

Posted by Jake Nolan | Posted in Apple News And Rumors, Computer Accessories, News | Posted on 04-09-2014

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macbook airApple’s MacBook Air laptops have become super popular due to their ultra-slim design. They are super light and easy to transport, which makes them perfect for traveling on business or for students who need to have their computer wherever they go. According to new reports from Digitimes, Apple could be launching brand new MacBook Air models that are even lighter and more slim than they have ever been before. These new models could be released as soon as the end of the year or some time in 2015.

Actually, the Digitimes report doesn’t really specify if the slimmed down new models will be the MacBook Air specifically, but that seems to be what makes the most sense. It could be a slimmed down version of the MacBook Pro, but then there wouldn’t be much of a reason for the MacBook Air. There is a strong possibility that both models will get a fresh redesign though and that they could both be slimmed down a bit. The same website has also reported that the current 13.3-inch version of the MacBook Pro will be retired by the end of the year.

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Both of these flagship laptops have gotten little changes this year already. Nothing major was updated, but they did both get a CPU boost along with a nice drop in price. It seems like it might be a little bit hard for Apple to shave even more bulk off of the MacBook Air. At the same time, they will probably never slim down the MacBook pro to the same size as the MacBook Air. The two laptops are different and have different selling points, they wouldn’t dare drop one from their line of products or go out of their way to make them basically the same.

Either way, these new reports are very interesting. Hopefully we will be hearing some more news on this by the end of the year, or even see the new product in person by then.