The iPhone 6 Plus is Here – And It’s Awesome!

The iPhone 6 Plus is Here - And It's Awesome!

It’s finally here! The iPhone 6 Plus, Apple’s latest and biggest phone, has hit stores across the world and it’s as great as we all hoped it would be. If you’re on the fence about getting one yourself or you know someone who’s looking to upgrade, this is your guide to choosing the right iPhone 6 Plus. We’ll cover the size difference between the new phones, specs and performance of the iPhone 6 Plus compared to the other iPhones, what makes it different from Android phones and more!

A new form factor

Apple has done it again and released a revolutionary product that will no doubt change the face of mobile computing. The newest addition to the iOS family, the iPhone 6 Plus, may just be what you’ve been waiting for. Even if you don’t like big phones, the screen size may make up for your doubts. You can also use this device to watch video and read books in a whole new way. In order to see how practical this phone really is and whether or not it was worth waiting for, I decided to do some research myself.

Turns out I’m loving my new purchase and am proud to show off my new toy for the world to see! I got it on sale at AT&T but they are now sold out and I’m considering eBay as an option. The battery life isn’t all that great but I think the pros outweigh the cons by far. Now with my hands-free navigation system, those Google Maps directions are more reliable than ever before! All in all, this is one of the best decisions I have made lately because there are so many reasons why it should already be in your hands too.

 Better display and camera

We wanted to update the Retina HD display for our bigger phone and boy, did we deliver. At 220 ppi for the 4.7-inch and 326 ppi for the 5.5-inch version, you’re going to see text that looks like it was printed on a page.

There’s a ton of new stuff in here, but two things stood out: the display and the camera. You’ll find incredible clarity and color saturation thanks to the retina HD display on both models.

The battery life is impressive as well with up to 10 hours of talk time or 8 hours when browsing the web over LTE. The camera now comes with optical image stabilization so your pictures are sharp, clear, and detailed (up to 12 megapixels). That’s not all though; there are tons of other features in this iPhone that make it worth upgrading from an older model (or from any other smartphone) if you haven’t already.

 Faster speed and battery life

Of course, that doesn’t mean the battery life and speed issues are gone. Quite frankly, it only makes sense to buy an iPhone if you don’t have any major concerns about either of those two things. However, for most people these should be considered minor enough drawbacks in what is otherwise an amazing device. If you want to know more about all the cool features of the new iPhone 6 or compare different models, we’ve also written a review on them.

Now you can use your phone in a rainstorm: I was pretty impressed with how this feature worked. The other reviews seemed to agree, as well. One thing I noticed while using my phone during the storm was that some calls were not going through as they would without this feature enabled. Calls were ringing but weren’t connecting at all with my home number or even when I called myself from another number–which indicates to me that the signal may still not be strong enough to keep up with both conversations.

 New hardware features to play with

  1. 4.7-inch retina HD display with a resolution of 1334×750, with 3D Touch (2nd generation)
  2. A8 dual-core processor that was 2x faster than the A7 and is 64-bit enabled3. Integrated M8 motion coprocessor4. Over 50% larger volume capacity in camera LED flash5a 32 GB, 128 GB or 256 GB6. Standard support for nano SIMs7. Support for 802.11ac WiFi networks GPS will be offered in addition to a built-in barometer to measure altitude changes and new sensors to track heart rate and blood pressure.

The new design also has an aluminum band that surrounds the phone, making it much more durable than before. Another notable difference from previous iPhones is its size: it has just about 10% more screen real estate over previous models which means you can see more on your phone at once! The bigger size might take some getting used to though; if you want to enjoy all this phone has to offer then get your hands on one as soon as possible!

 Why you should upgrade (and when)

Just as expected, Apple announced its next-generation iPhones on Tuesday. The unveiling at the Flint Center for Performing Arts in Cupertino offered an opportunity to see one of these much-anticipated devices in person: the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus.

I was able to use the device during my demo and talk with members of the engineering team. In short, this phone will impress you — especially if you’re looking for a big screen and something that makes taking great photos easy with just one hand. That combination of size and ease-of-use leads me to recommend the bigger model for folks who have some familiarity with iPhones — especially if they’ve been a fan of past models like the 3GS or 4S because it might feel like coming home again.

If you’re not a longtime iPhone user, then the smaller (4.7-inch) option may be more appropriate for your needs. What about Android? Sure, there are other phones out there that are larger than the new iPhones (like Samsung’s Galaxy Note), but few offer so many compelling features combined with stellar design and usability in such a compact package.

Should I wait?

You might not need to wait if you’re eager to upgrade. The one downside of the iPhone 6 Plus: battery life isn’t as good as on other iPhones. I was able to get through the day with medium use, but this will likely be a deal breaker for heavy users. I also had an issue where my GPS stopped working and it took a few minutes for the phone to reconnect, though Apple assured me this was a rare occurrence.

But, by far the best part of my experience with the new phone has been how incredible responsive it feels—especially in comparison to how laggy my old phone felt at times (as I am sure many users can relate). There is something really refreshing about being able to swipe up from the bottom of the screen to reveal every app without waiting or loading time. It’s hard to go back after experiencing that kind of convenience and efficiency.

In general, there are a lot more pros than cons when it comes to this phone. If you’ve been waiting for months just like I have, then now may be your chance—it won’t disappoint!

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