iPhone 6 vs iPhone 6 Plus

Posted by Manuel Mosley on October 3, 2014 in Article Postings | 0 comments

After years and years of waiting, Apple finally succumbs to the phablet revolution. Among the greatest innovator of our time, Steve Jobs, once famously said that the original iPhone size was the ideal form factor. A phone with screen size smaller than the iPhone was said to be poor. A cellphone with screen size bigger in relation to the iPhone was said to be unuseable.

For many years now, Apple’s close competitors have been releasing bigger screen smartphones as well as the strategy seems to be going very well with smartphone users. Earlier, I was determined this will be the last chance that I’m going to give to Apple. I was going to jump ship when they do not release a larger screen iPhone. I had always desired the super big Galaxy Note 3 but have been willing to wait because I really don’t like the Samsung brand.

The unveiling of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus leaves me in a predicament. I am sure I’m not the sole person who is having trouble deciding which of both enormous iPhone I should be getting. On one hand, I’m very attracted to the huge screen size the iPhone 6 Plus is offering. But not long after it was made available, there had been tonnes of reports and reviews that uncover a potential design defect with all the iPhone 6 Plus. Referred to some as the ‘bendgate’ scandal, iPHone 6 Plus had been reported to be bendable when you put it in your back pocket.

It has been several years now since I Have been wanting to update from my iPhone 4. Now that I have the choice of picking between iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, I am really not sure which one is the better alternative. Is the display size of the iPhone 6 enormous enough. I’m thinking if I’ll regret my decision for getting the smaller display. Is screen size all there’s to picking the winner between iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. I am really not certain. I hope someone is able to enlighten me on this.


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