By Todd Bernhard on Fri, 06/19/2015
WWDC is over, the Apple Watch is in stores, and it looks like an updated Apple TV might not be released for a while, so thoughts turn to the next iPhone. Apple Insider is reporting that Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities believes that Apple will address two perceived flaws in the current design. The first issue Apple is addressing is "Bendgate" which caused a minor ruckus at first because some people were able to bend, intentionally or not, their iPhone at the weak point around the volume button. To fix this, the next iPhone, most likely the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, will use a slightly stronger form of aluminum, dubbed Series 7000 aluminum. This could be up to 60 percent stronger than the aluminum in the current model while one-third the density of stainless steel.