iPhone “Hump” Or Is Tim Cook Being Biased?

The shift key of a keyboard replaced and labeled with the words Big Data instead of shift

Apple has finally heard the cries of their loyal iPhone users in the call for a longer battery life for their smart device. The new iPhone battery case, compatible with iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S was launched 3 days ago, generating controversial chain of comments and reactions from the public.

Promising to give an increased talk time up to 25 hours, Internet use up to 18 hours on LTE, and even longer audio and video playback, this Smart Battery Case however, fall short on the design aspect. Despite being mocked and described by netizens as “the hump” and “the little thing growing on my iPhone”, Apple CEO Tim Cook, has something different to say.


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When asked if he is excited about the hump, Tim Cook replied:

“You know, I probably wouldn’t call it ‘the hump’. As you probably know from being a user of this now, one of the real insights here is, have you ever used other cases and tried to get them on? If you make this solid all the way across, in order to get it on, you’d find it very difficult to get it on and off. So the guys had this great insight to put the bend in along with making it a smart case. If you’re charging your phone every day, you probably don’t need this at all. But if you’re out hiking and you go on overnight trip, it’s kind of nice to have.” -Contents adapted from Mashable.com

Sentiment Analysis For Tim Cook’s Statement

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Our Sentiment Analysis found Cook to be perfectly neutral in his statement. He had cleverly used words that are unbiased in addressing the question.

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