iPhone 6 & 6 Plus – “If one iPhone wasn’t enough…”

Each and every year everyone listens and waits for the new iPhone. There are always rumors flying around about the speed, the screen, the camera, and everything else that people can get their hands on. The iPhone 6 & 6 Plus are no exception. with every month that passed by there were rumors that could be associated with that month. Some rumors were plausible, others were dreams. What everyone waits for is the day when all those rumors and speculation are put to rest, through the unveiling of the devices. Apple is on a cycle called the “Tick & Tock” cycle. Basically meaning every “Tick” cycle is a outside “improvement” depending on your opinion. They change the physical features of the device. The “Tock” cycle they change the inside of the device. (i.e Speed & Camera Quality) With the iPhone 6 & 6 Plus (being on the Tock Cycle) they upgrade the outside of the device. They improved everything about the device but especially the outside where the screens are much bigger. The iPhone 6 has a 4.7 inch 720p screen which is more of a mid-sized screen, where as the 6 Plus is a 5.5 inch 1080p screen, which technically you could call it a phablet. Both devices are very simular in a lot of ways. They both have Apple Pay, a NFC payment system. They both have the same amazing 8-megapixel iSight camera with 1.5µ pixels, the only difference in the camera is the video department, where the iPhone 6 Plus has OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) which helps with the smooth capture of video. The iPhone 6 & 6 Plus both have the new Apple designed A8 chip and the M8 Motion co-processor. The other area of improvement was the battery life. The improvement in the iPhone 6 is not as noticeable as the iPhone 6 Plus. The iPhone 6 & 6 Plus are amazing phones not because they are an Apple product, but because they are showing what is possible with a device like this and how capable a smartphone can be.


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