Review: iPhone 6

Review: iPhone 6

Although it seems like the iPhone 5s and 5c were just released, the iPhone 6 is already out and available for purchase! If you’re wondering if it’s really worth the upgrade, you will be pleased to learn that the iPhone 6 actually brings quite a bit to the table. While it may not be worth the cost of an upgrade for many people, it’s safe to say that the iPhone 6 is a significant improvement over the iPhone 5, 5s, and 5c. Read on for a detailed iPhone 6 review. Please note that this article reviews the standard iPhone 6 only – NOT the iPhone 6 Plus.

The biggest difference between the iPhone 6 and the previous generations is the size of the screen. After insisting on the standard 4-inch iPhone screen for years and years, Apple finally decided to go with a larger 4.7-inch screen. While an extra .7 inches might not seem like much, it actually makes a huge difference. The phone fits nicely in your hand, and it’s still easy to use with one hand, unlike many of the near tablet-size phones on the market today. But what you will quickly notice is that extra screen size makes it much more pleasant to watch videos, browse the web, and play games on your phone. It’s hard to fully explain the difference, so I urge you to go check out an iPhone 6 in person if you are considering getting one.

As far as hardware, the iPhone 6 received quite a few noticeable upgrades. First of all, the 6 ships with a slightly more powerful A8 processor, compared to the A6 of the previous generation. This extra processing power gives the iPhone 6 a significant boost in general performance, making everyday tasks go a bit quicker. The camera on the iPhone 6 also got an upgrade – most notably, Apple has finally improved the auto-focus on the new iPhone’s camera, which has been a common complaint of iPhone fans for years. Notably, the iPhone 6 also boasts better WiFi and LTE speeds.

As far as new features go, the iPhone 6 does not offer many notable improvements over last year’s models. However, the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are compatible with the new Apple Pay system, which is still in development. While details on Apple Pay are still fuzzy, the basic concept is this: a mobile-based payment system, similar to PayPal, that can essentially turn your smartphone into a credit card. It is unclear at this point whether Apple Pay will be usable on a peer-to-peer basis or just as a point-of-sale tool, but Apple fans are excitedly awaiting more news on this intriguing new feature.

To conclude, the Apple iPhone 6 is a great choice for anyone looking to stay at the cutting edge of technology. The larger screen, improved WiFi and LTE speeds, and improved processor are reason enough to upgrade to the iPhone 6. The promise of Apple Pay is also quite interesting, although fans should wait for further details on the program before making a decision. In the end, it’s a great phone, but it’s nothing revolutionary – if you are happy with your previous-generation iPhone, there is no need to upgrade. If you’re someone who loves to own the latest and greatest technologies, then the iPhone 6 is a great choice!

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Peter Veselovski

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