Well the term Bendgate must be fading away from your memory but this very term created a stir just after the advent of iPhone 6 Plus. iPhone 6 Plus was found to bend while in pockets of few users thus bend was termed as bendgate and a huge brouhaha followed this incident. However things took a bad turn when users started bending their phones forcibly with pressure in order to test the durability of the gadget. However under high finger pressure, the phones got bent.
Now as iPad Air 2 has released some users are back with their atrocious behaviour and they are right away bending the elegant gadgets with force. Bending if iPad Air 2 or iPad Mini 3 doesn’t imply that it will happen naturally while kept in pocket. So breaking gadgets forcibly in the name of Bendgate is quite ridiculous. It can in no way prove the gadget to be brittle and not steady enough. You can check the video below.