Apple Inc. (AAPL)’s Losses In The Bendgate Battle Pretty Much Describe a Victory

So, it was a fun ride for Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) this month. The company is doing amazingly well in terms of profit generation that everybody’s practically confident to win in the long run with it. But, there are tiny flaws related to Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) that go viral on the web as if that is the tech hero’s Achilles heel, according to FOX.

Apple Store on 5th Avenue, New York City. Designed by San Francisco based design firm Eight Inc.

This time attention was caught by reports of iPhone 6 Plus models being bent. There were videos proving the actual fact, comparing the endurance of the material with the one in other devices and inferring the flaw related to Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s phone. The thin aluminum indeed faces difficulty to withstand much pressure. But, this is not a usual occurrence and only a very small fraction of people saw their phones out of shape.

“[…] Count them, nine users out of more than 10 million iPhone and iPhone 6 models sold. I suspect, as I wrote in my column that Apple will likely happily, if not grudgingly, will allow you to swap out your twisted 6 Plus for a new Plus with the caveat that you shouldn’t sit on it,” said FBN’s Neil Cavuto.

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) indeed can afford covering the loss for the customers experiencing the problem. Probably, they should have been more precautious and adapt the cases for more extreme styles of phone transportation or usage. We might actually see a new iPhone 6 Plus S, with the “S” possibly standing for steel that will make the current Bendgate scandal go silent.

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) shares have a price of $100.75 apiece, after a 3% bump in the last trading day, and the company seems to be gaining weight for an upward-looking long run hike. Probably, there will be some more details clarified along the way, but nothing on a large scale, mainly because the company’s managers know they rely too much on trust to afford any big error.

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