iPhone 6 Plus
A Class Action Lawsuit Arguing the iPhone 6 Is Defective Has Cleared a Major Legal Hurdle
A judge will determine if Apple waited too long to address 'Touch Disease.'
Apple Acknowledges iPhone 'Touch Disease,' Wants You to Pay $149 to Fix It
"Apple should come clean, admit the manufacturing deficiency, and extend their warranty on this issue to 24 months."
Geniuses: Some Refurbished iPhone 6 Pluses Have Touch Disease New Out of the Box
Apple Store employees say the company's refurbishing process is often failing to correct pervasive touchscreen problems in the iPhone 6 Plus.
The Hell of Owning an iPhone 6 Plus With 'Touch Disease'
Apple continues to pretend that the touchscreens of thousands of iPhone 6 Plus devices are spontaneously breaking due to an engineering flaw.
Geniuses Say Apple Knows About iPhone 6 ‘Touch Disease’, Won't Admit It Publicly
Thousands of iPhone 6 Plus touchscreens are malfunctioning due to an engineering error, but Apple still won't admit publicly that there's a problem.
Apple Is Still Ignoring One of the Biggest iPhone Engineering Flaws of All Time
Thousands upon thousands of iPhone 6 Pluses are spontaneously breaking under normal use and are being replaced with devices that have the same design flaw.
The Tiny Hands Review of the iPhone SE
A history of smartphone screen sizes.
Your Blurry iPhone 6 Plus Photos Aren’t Your Fault
Apple admits bug with iSight camera, will replace for free.
My Mother Sent Me an NSFW Clip
The next morning she emailed me "IMG_0087.MOV," a humorous skit about a man on a tram that keeps suddenly stopping, causing him to repeatedly ram his face into the large-breasted woman seated across from him.