The iPhone 6 is an outstanding phone with spacious screen, faster Wi-Fi, LTE cellular data and A8 processors, enhanced voice quality, slightly upgraded cameras, and more storage. Like all the recent iPhones, it runs iOS 8.1 and has some nice customization and improvements options such as notification widgets, Apple Pay, a new health app, and replaceable keyboards. You can get more information in the following IPhone 6 Review.
With a screen size of 4.7 inches, this iPhone has a thin and flat design. It’s built solid with seamless joins and soft curves, giving a good feel with glass front and metal back. In other respects its layout is similar to the previous versions. There are slightly dipped volume buttons on the left below the mute toggle and a 3.5mm headphone jack at the bottom with lightning port and 6 speaker holes. The section with the rear camera is perhaps the only one where this phone deviates from the seamless, smooth design as it is raised a bit from the body to ensure that the image quality is not compromised by the slimness of the device.
Features and Performance
Apple has made some noteworthy performance improvements which makes the iPhone very fast. Once the phone is unlocked, you will notice that the Touch ID, fingerprint recognition feature is quicker. It will be a lot easier for you to zip through menus and open apps. The added graphic effects on a larger screen will make it more enjoyable for you to play the latest 3D games.
The M8 co-processor looks after the data that the sensors capture and is also updated. Aside from keeping track of the gyroscope, compass and accelerometer, the co-processor will look after a brand-new sensor, the barometer. This phone is now able to measure altitude and provide that data to fitness tracking apps. In addition, the M8 co-processor is more energy efficient for these tasks than the main processor.
The iPhone 6 also has the usual amount of mobile connectivity, including Bluetooth, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, and Airdrop. It has one of the most complete 4G offerings as well, supporting 20 channels.
The device comes with an 8-MP 1/3-inch sensor that boasts 1.5µm in pixel size. Apple adds Focus Pixels to this camera to assist with speedy focusing.
This iPhone is powered by a non-removable 1,810mAh battery that is slightly bigger than the iPhone 5S one. When it comes to battery life, it will perform on par with the majority of the competing products.
As you can see from this IPhone 6 Review, this device is one of the best from Apple to date. It’s not a design classic, but feels and looks great nonetheless. Similar to the previous version, it can handle everything with easily and smoothly.