The iPhone 6 is another beautifully designed product from Apple. The increase in screen size is a superb improvement, and should allow for the easier functionality of complex apps, as well as a better overall experience for the modern user who may already be accustomed to the gigantic screens of Samsung devices.
The Apple iPhone 6 Review
What you’d expect from an iPhone?
The iPhone 6’s build quality is excellent. Some of the buttons and switches have been move and/or redesigns, but they’re still firm and responsive. The iPhone 5s’s round volume buttons with long metal ovals set into a slightly recess indent, while the sleep/wake button move to the right side instead of the top.
The edges are more rounded than recent iPhones, giving the feel of an iPhone 3G, perhaps, without the thickness and bulk.
The Screen Display
Still has very distinctive, ugly edges, with plenty of black space at the sides, top, and bottom that I personally dislike.
While Apple have again made the phone thinner, they appear not to have done so for the camera, which ever so slightly protrudes from the back of the phone, meaning it won’t lay flat on a surface.
With the NFC chip, Apple has introduced a whole new world for expansion – ApplePay –
Touch ID is of course on the iPhone 6, and does a great job at recognising your fingerprint for seamless entry to your phone.
Such as FPS games and simulators run excellently, with smooth graphics and a responsive interface, which is aid by the release of iOS 8. The camera has also upgraded to include more focus pixels, as well as an increase in available frames-per-second so you can use slow-motion mode.
While this iPhone is fancy and ideal for an Apple lover, the pricing (even when the pre-order hype dies down) may be too high to justify buying the iPhone 6, especially if you have a recent model such as the 5s.
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We gave the iPhone 6 4 Stars