Sure, Apple's only received nine reports of bent iPhones and we highly doubt you'll have any reason to worry about your own, but do Apple's new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus handle the pressure any better than competing models? Consumer Reports put that to the test, pitting the new iPhones against other giant handsets including the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
Using an Instron compression test machine to squash the devices, the publication added force in 10 pound increments until the phones were permanently bent. Surprisingly, the plastic-bodied Galaxy Note 3 came out on top, withstanding an entire 68kg of force before giving out, while the iPhone 6 Plus took only 40.8kg.
The LG G3 had a strong showing at 59kg and the HTC One M8 and iPhone 6 came in last by withstanding just 31.75kg of pressure. Still, as the publication points out, even pressing down with 31.75kg requires quite a bit of effort: roughly the same as trying to break four full-size wooden pencils simultaneously.