Popular German computer magazine ComputerBilt announced it got banned by Apple for covering BendGate. The magazine claims Apple has stopped sending them test devices, as well as revoked invitations for any future Apple launch events. You can view the video that landed the company in hot waters with Apple below, it compares the bendability of the Apple iPhone 6 Plus with Samsung's Galaxy Note 3.
The site has talked with Apple's PR department in Germany, which refused to answer any questions about the bending iPhone 6 Plus, telling the site that it "will not get any testing devices and no invites to official events any more". ComputerBilt.de then wrote an open letter to Tim Cook, Apple's CEO, asking him if this was the reaction that his company wants to have to publications that are covering the issue, like we have been - I still ask: seriously, what's Apple going to do with #BendGate.