Posted by Herminia Cleveland on Aug 10, 2014 in Articles | 0 comments

iPhone 6 vs iPhone 6 Plus: Does bigger means better?

After years and years of waiting, Apple finally succumbs to the phablet revolution. Steve Jobs, among the greatest innovator of our time, once famously stated the first iPhone size was the perfect form factor. Anything less will not be too large. A phone with display size bigger in relation to the iPhone was said to be unuseable.

For many years now, Apple’s close competitors have been releasing bigger display smartphones and the tactic appears to be going very well with smartphone users. I believed it was the closing chance that I’m giving to Apple this year. If they don’t release a larger display iPhone, I was going to jump ship. I ‘d always desired the superb large Galaxy Note 3 but have been willing to wait because I really don’t like the Samsung brand.

Now that iPhone 6 Plus and the iPhone 6 had been formally unveiled, it leaves me in a difficult place to make my pick. I’m sure I’m not the only person who’s having a hard time determining which of both enormous iPhone I should be receiving. The enormous size of the iPhone 6 Plus is certainly an appealing factor. But not long after it was made accessible, there had been tonnes of reviews and reports that uncover a possible design defect with the iPhone 6 Plus. Known as the ‘bendgate’ scandal, some reviewers say when you set it in the pocket, the iPhone 6 Plus will flex.

It’s been several years now since I Have been wanting to update from my iPhone 4. Now that I ‘ve the option of choosing between iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6, I’m actually not sure which one is the better option. Is the display size of the iPhone 6 big enough. Or will I repent for not getting a larger display. To deciding the winner between iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6 is screen size all there’s. I am really not sure. I hope someone can enlighten me on this.


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