End users are often idiots; engineers kind of have to account for this. Even if the design works 100% flawlessly in the clean white design room, once it reaches the hands of some rando that can barely read but has loads of cash to drop you can bet they will find a way to mess it all up.
The Iphone6+ could bend much more easily than its contemporaries. Did it only effect some
people, people who used their phones in ways Apple hadn't considered "proper use"? Sure. It was still a problem and one the Iphone6s+ was adjusted to alleviate.
That's just phones. If you want to look at "dangerous" things look at how modern firearms are designed. Features and ergonomic decisions that protect users without them even knowing. For example, everyone knows you shouldn't drop a loaded gun, it still happens and good guns designed within the last 100 years have nearly all been designed(or later modified) with firing pin blocks for just such an occasion.
Originally Posted by prznar1
And tell me how i cannot look at USA as motherland of stupidity when you have people like this
People like whom? The Winnebago driver that doesn't exist, the 5 year old
girl that got her fingers chopped of by a poorly maintained machine, or the greedy *expletive* that formed a shell company to falsify maintenance reports? Explain with simple words please, I'm an American.