Well there is a difference between a short sighted cost saving manufacturing process, and a flawed design. Samsung already fixed their problem though changing the supplier of batteries. And, more notably or nobly, they issued a recall for all their note line, although, so far 45 phones have the flaw. Apple says there is no problem, it's user error, and did nothing to fix a problem that was easily documented at the time. So much so, that you could watch multiple youtube videos that showed a lack of structural integrity when compared to other contemporary flagship phones (HTC one M7, Samsung Galaxy, and Motorola G5?) . Anecdotally, my buddy (who treats his electronics very respectfully, and in a case) had this exact issue. He got the banana phone, and it died from being a banana phone. He has the 6S because that was his only option, to roll his next plan because the damage isn't covered under warranty.