The iPhone 6’s sleek design is undeniably sexy, but the big glass display and those sexy curved edges can cause problems if you leave your phone sitting on a smooth surface.
If you’re not careful, you could find your iPhone in pieces on the floor.
Here at the Cult of Mac offices, we’ve already witnessed several iPhone 6 suicide attempts. Leave the precious thing unattended on a glass desk, miss a couple of calls or text messages, and the next thing you know, the vibrations are sending your new device over the edge.
The iPhone 6 certainly isn’t the first phone to vibrate itself into a precarious position, but something about the super-smooth smartphone seems to make it more apt to mosey than most. It almost glides across the surface of a smooth glass desk, while an iPhone 5s just jiggles a bit.
Don’t believe us? Watch the video above.
In the meantime, be careful where you leave your new iPhone — or turn off the vibration alerts for phone calls and text messages if your house or office is nothing but smooth surfaces. (To do that, go to Settings > Notifications > Phone or Messages > Notification Sound > Vibration > None.)
Or you could always keep it in your pocket — once your iPhone 6 gets bent, it probably won’t glide so easily.