Yes, the reports of iPhone 6s bending are being exaggerated, because there are only a couple of complaints for a billion people. Of course, there are those who want to criticize a successful company, who will find something to complain about. Statistically, a case of bending is almost completely unlikely to happen
There can be no question that iPhone 6s are actually bending in people's pockets and hands, but the problem isn't as big of a deal as everyone is making it out to be. Of the millions or billions of iPod 6s that Apple has produced, only a few of them have actually had any problems.
I agree with the motion that, reports on the bending of phone 6s are exaggerated. There might be some element of truth in the whole report, the rate at which these reports are appearing on the Internet and various media makes one doubt. What makes one doubt it the more is the fact that the product, before being released to the market there must have been some testing done on it, and in no way could this not have been detected by a team of experts.
The reports of iPhones 6's bendiness is exaggerated to a degree as Apple have received less than 10 official complaints about the flexibility of there phones. Apple should however be prepared by performing additional tests and trials so that if more complaints come in then they are well prepared to deal with the situation