You guys are funny.|
You just interpret my words the way you like.
Yes, there IS a kind of people who treats their devices badly. An accident might happen to anyone, sure, BUT the "kind of people" I'm describing here is those people who would never use a case on a non-rugged device, who would put their phone, unprotected, in their pocket with keys & metallic stuffs all together, who would use an electronic device as if it was just a stone and would not care if it falls on the ground from time to time. Those people are always the first who will complain the day they break their screen or device, and will just reject their responsibility on the seller's hands or on the brand/device itself. And on another side, you have all those people who will take care of their device, which will still look "brand new" even years after they bought it. We ALL know those two kinds of people, don't even pretend I'm wrong.
I would not start a war with people who will constantly misinterpret my words, anyway. You just are who you decide to be; you break your device and you don't protect it if it pleases you; just don't blame the brand for you being careless with it.
Oh, and some of you claim that because the brand shows that their device surives a few drop tests, it means you can do same? Lol, welcome to the real world... Same as when you see a magician playing on TV with fire doesn't mean you should do same at home...
Just my 2 cents.