Got a brandy-new iPhone 6-Plus? Did you wake up at 3 a.m. to pre-order it or camp out for hours to be one of the first to get it and have since shown it off to everyone you know?

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Cool. Now unless you want a bent phone, don't put it in your pocket.

Turns out the aluminum alloy frame is soft enough (and thin enough) to bend with enough force...like putting your phone in your pocket and then sitting.

Many new iPhone users took to Twitter when they discovered the issue, which is now being called #bendgate. The 6-Plus is more prone to bending since it's bigger, and...science.

It's not just iPhones that can bend though...all the new giant smartphones are capable of bending, and if they are made of plastic instead of metal, they might just crack instead of bend. It seems more important with these phones to get sturdy cases.

That said, if you have especially tight pants, and tend to put your phone in your front pocket...stop...or you might get the dreaded bananaphone.

Would it bother you if your phone was bent as long as it still worked? Tell us in the comment section below!