John Mihalkovic shows off his newly purchased iPhone 6 Plus outside the Apple store in Virginia Beach. (AP Photo/The Virginian-Pilot, The' N. Pham, File)
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SAN FRANCISCO: Two new Apple products hit speed bumps Wednesday: iPhone 6 Plus buyers discovered their phones can bend when placed in back pockets, and the company pulled its latest mobile operating system after reports of dropped cellular service.Apple did not comment on the bending-phone reports.Tweets are flying about the "bend in your pocket," the challenge of wearing "tight pants," and that the iPhone 6 Plus bends "with bare hands," said Brandwatch spokeswoman Dinah Alobeid.Another key topic, she said, is a comparison with the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 phone, which has nearly 4,500 mentions. On Monday, Apple said it had shipped 10 million units of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus since it began selling the phone Friday.
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