Does the protruding camera on the new iPhone bother you? There’s a grinder for that



As people get settled into their fancy new iPhones, we will start to learn more about the quirks here and there. Just recently, we shared news with you about a higher incidence of iOS 8 crashing, though the percentages are still pretty small, and that is to be expected with new operating systems.

If you read through our reviews of the iPhone 6, and the iPhone 6 Plus, criticisms were few, but notable given the landscape of current flagship designs.

Common among those negatives was how the camera assembly protrudes on the back of the device, thus causing it to wobble like a chair with a missing peg on one its legs when the device is placed on its back on a flat surface. Of course, putting the phone in a case might do the trick and smooth things out, but for the person that wants to show off their glamorous new phone, that is not an option.

Enter some humor that tells a story, a story of a wobbly iPhone. Seemingly no one can help. As it happens, there is a guy in Budapest, Hungary, named “X,” and he as the perfect tool to solve the problem.

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