Apple's perceived failure to acknowledge that poor structural integrity is an issue with its new smartphone has caused one iPhone 6 owner to compile a video showing 300 bent devices.
The video was released by the site One of the Nine in response to an Apple statement that claimed only nine devices had been affected by the 'Bendgate' scandal.
In the only public statement that Apple made concerning the scandal, it was claimed: "With normal use a bend in iPhone is extremely rare and through our first six days of sale, a total of nine customers have contacted Apple with a bent iPhone 6 Plus."
In the video 300 images of different bent devices appear in sequence to a soundtrack of the song Bananaphone by Raffi.
The anonymous creator of the site describes the motivation behind the site and the video as a "tongue-in-cheek" approach to exposing the large number of reports of bent iPhones.
"After a few days of seeing people's annoyance and distress at their $1000 phone bending while doing nothing out of the ordinary (I) then realised this was a cause worth pursuing further," the site's 'about' page states.
"I am really pleased with some of the messages that have come in from users who have been able to use the reports on the site to help convince Apple to replace their defective phones. The rate of bent phones coming in continues to grow daily."
The site's owner claims to be a "massive Apple product user" and "most definitely not anti-Apple", however some have accused the site of acting out of malicious intent and have even reportedly sent death threats.
"All of these accusations are completely and totally false and the threats rather laughable (it's a phone!)," the site states. "I can guarantee you that as far as this site goes we are without any affiliation or attachment to any manufacturer or brand.
"We want to make sure that Apple properly recognises the issue as not being the fault of the user and starts replacing faulty units with an apology to them for the inconvenience. That is all."