The iPhone 6 has one big flaw. Its backside. The camera sticks out and don't get me started on these ugly antenna lines. The protruding camera lens makes the iPhone 6 wobble when put down flat on a table. Here is how to fix this without a case.
The iPhone 6 goes on sale tomorrow. The iPhone 6 reviews that came out today by the tech pundits are all glowing. If you love Apple for its clean designs you will not like the camera lens that sticks out in the back. For starters it looks not clean, but the iPhone 6 wobbles when you put it down flat on a table. If you like to put down the iPhone in front of you and touch the screen it will dangle every time you touch it. This is so not Apple.
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I am very sure that the iPhone 6S will not have this protruding camera lens. I can't imagine that Sir Jonathan Ive can live with this obvious design compromise too long.
To fix this you would need to stick the iPhone 6 into a case. I hate cases. First we applaud Apple to make the thinnest iPhone yet and then we put it into a thick case? That is just crazy. After my first coffee this morning I had this idea. You just stick two tiny clear rubber bumpers on the top backside of the iPhone 6.
Hopefully soon a rubber bumper maker will get the idea of making a rubber bumper that has exactly the height of the iPhone 6 camera lens. This way you just would need one bumper to stop the iPhone 6 from wobbling.
You could also try to cut a standard rubber bumper pad to fit the height of the iPhone 6 camera lens. It is less than 1 mm (0.77mm).
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