Personally i never get a new phone so close to launch, wait a month and see what faults have come to light.
Remember when apple cocked the antenna up on the iphone4 ,then blamed users for holding it wrong!!!!!
Here we go again.... Iphones are getting bent in pockets during normal use. Apple again saying either put the phone in a bigger pocket or remove phone from pocket before sitting down every time. ...REALLY APPLE????? Its our fault yet again theyve been built with a fault.
OK so I am an apple fan but I can never understand the Apple haters. I think the iPhone 6 so called bending issue is over exaggerated.
Looking at the YouTube video, you can see the guy applied mortal pressure to bend the iPhone. I can think if a lot of expensive electronic goods that could easily be destroyed with unreasonable force. Why think of the damage you could easily inflict on your car merely with your fist? Personally I never squeeze my iPhone into my jeans pocket. A lot of the media just love to create a contraversy out of little.
My own recent personal experience of Apple care is outstanding. Just 2 weeks back I responded to the battery recall for my 2 year old iPhone 5. I sent off my wiped phone in the box provided and before the end of the week got a lovely brand new iPhone 5 back with a nice note explaining that they had examined my old phone (which worked fine) and decided I required a new one! Honest story.
You're so right Desb. It's just that people like to jump on the bandwagon when a new iPhone is released and try and find 'flaws'. They've had 9 bending issues out of 10 million sold, hardly a problem. Give me an Android device or an iPhone 5 and I'll bend it for you. Someone even spoofed problems on youtube saying they'd thrown their new iPhone 6 against a wall and the screen shattered so there must be a problem with it!
In response to the OPs question, I have the iPhone 6 and had all sorts of issues trying to get it to pair - but I have now successfully got it working so can confirm the iPhone 6 is compatible with M+M