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Expect a "Gate," But Don't Expect a Deal-Breaker

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Every year we hear about some sort of "Gate" issue related to Apple's new iPhones.

Last year it was "SplitGate" where the chassis of a few iPhone 8 Plus models split open. The issue was presumably related to bloated batteries. The issue was limited to a few devices. 

The year we had HissGate with the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus where the devices would emit a weird hissing noise when the processor was put under intense strain. As we soon found out, it wasn't a huge issue

Then there was the iPhone 6s' ChipGate, the iPhone 6's widely publicized BendGate, the iPhone 5s' SensorGate, and the iPhone 5's ScuffGate. You get the picture. 

These issues were real, but they impacted a very small portion of users. Most people (us included) didn't run into any of these problems. 

Odds are people will find some issue with the iPhone XS, iPhone X Plus, or 6.1-inch LCD model and the media will run with it. Odds are also good the issue will be limited to a few users.

If you start hearing about a "gate" issue, do your homework and don't fall victim to paranoia. 

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