Possible Recall For Apple iPhone 6 Plus?
We are all fully aware of the iPhone 6 Plus and it’s ability to bend in one’s pocket or if you apply enough pressure to it but Apple have regularly dismissed any concerns. The bending issue has died down somewhat as the smartphone tends not to bend under normal circumstances. So unless you want to actually try and force your rather expensive device to bend then there really shouldn’t be an issue. However it may be that Apple could face a slightly bigger issue when it comes to the iPhone 6 Plus which could actually lead to a huge recall of iPhone 6 Plus handsets.
If you have an iPhone 6 Plus 128GB, it is highly likely that it sometimes crashes and then reboots for absolutely no reason. We are hearing that this is due to the storage option that Apple used for the 6 Plus nodels. It is a problem when there are a large amount of apps stored on the 128GB model.
Apparently Apple decided to use triple level cell (TLC) NAND flash storage in the iPhone 6 Plus in order to save costs over multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash storage that is used in other iPhone models. The problem arises as although it can store more data it is also slower and not as stable as the other options available, which is probably why the 128GB model crashes. Theere are also a few other niggling issues with the device and although Apple may be able to solve some of the problems with one of their fantastic software updates, it is possible that a recall may be required.