Ever since the iPhone 4 dropped signal when held in a left hand, Apple has come under fire for not doing more to support its left-handed users.
Following on from the launch of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus on Friday, this issue has reared its ugly head again as annoyed lefties have taken to Twitter to complain.
Some bemoan the fact the phones don't have a mirroring tool, while others criticise the location of the dock in Landscape mode.
The issue was first spotted by Sophie Kleeman at news site Mic.
One of her colleagues noticed that when the larger Plus model is turned on its side
, and Landscape mode is enabled, the side dock sits next to the home button.
This means that a left-handed user holding the phone in their dominant hand has to control this dock with their weaker hand.
Following on from last year's 'bendgate' fiasco surrounding the iPhone 6 Plus, Apple has seemingly taken the criticism on board.
During 'torture tests' of the new iPhone 6s, 6s Plus and rival Samsung's Galaxy Note 5, the new handsets are less bendy, can withstand extreme temperatures and even survive being submerged in water.
The latter is particularly interesting because Apple has not made any specific mention of the handsets being waterproof.
During each 'dunking', the phones were submerged completely while music was playing.
All three continued to work after being removed from the water, but the iPhones lost volume temporarily while underwater.
This waterproof nature of the iPhones was also recently put to the test by YouTube user Zach Straley.
He submerged both handsets in a bowl of water for 30 minutes and both were still working a day later.
Other left-handed users are also having problems with the devices and are complaining about them on Twitter.
One tweeted: 'Shouldn't my iPhone have user settings for us left-handed people? #feelingleftout', while another added 'Woah woah... What if I'm left handed? The new multitasking doesn't work so well, I should be able to switch it.'
A third user even posted: 'If Taylor Swift were left-handed, would iPhone 6S dock be so hard to reach for lefties in landscape mode? I rest my case.'
This makes reference to the public spat between the singer and the tech firm which resulted in Apple changing its policy for paying artists during the free Apple Music trial.
Apple's Accessibility menu has various options to help people use their iPhones if they have limited mobility, for example, or need speech-to-text controls.
However, there is no way of enabling a left-handed mode that mirrors the features exactly while making them more accessible from the left-hand of the screen. (mailonline)
But not all left-handed users are complaining about the phones and software.
...but,the question is,what next ? should apple change the steering wheel position for lefties ?