Apple’s latest iPhone has been released, and now it’s time to see if it is really worth upgrading to iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus. Given hereunder are top 5 reasons that can give you an idea whether you should or shouldn’t consider upgrading to an Phone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus:
Apple has unveiled two large screen models: one being the 4.7” screen iPhone 6 and a 5.5” screen iPhone 6 Plus. The iPhone 6 has a resolution of 1334×750 and the iPhone 6 Plus arrives with a 1080p screen. Apple has fitted a ‘Reachability Gesture’ that lets you to essentially shrink the screen so that you can manage it better with single hand – to activate it you need to tap the home button twice. As we all know it’s always easy to adapt to an increase in screen size, so it makes sense to upgrade.
Apple doesn’t offer an external storage like many other smartphones do. Now the iPhone 6 has landed carrying a whopping 128 GB internal storage capacity with an extra payment of $200. However, a downside of iPhone 6 storage is that the 32GB version is missing this time.
Apple has come up with its new wireless technology that enable users to make payments without contact. The Apple Pay Contactless Payment platform is slated to launch in October and once you’re at a supported store, you just have to tap the top of your iPhone on the NFC reader and that’s it; the transaction is complete. Tim Cook in a demo clip showed that Apple’s phone make use of secure element to store the account details pertaining to user and he promised that Apple would never track any information pertaining to your purchases. Each transaction is given a unique id, so a security lapse is highly unlikely.
As regards MP of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus cameras there’s hardly any change. It’s the same old 8MP rear camera, however, operating a lower megapixel camera enable faster capturing of images and application of effects. The camera however pack some new features: like Focus Pixels. The camera is better equipped at detecting faces and can easily tackle 43MP panoramas as well.
Eventually we have come down to the feature that matters the most. The updated custom 64-bit mobile processor in the latest iPhone gives it an enhanced speed and more battery life. The iPhone 6 is fitted with a 20nm fabrication process that imparts less power consumption. These enhanced processors allow playing games that cannot be pulled off on other platforms. Plus the A8 features an enhanced GPU. The new co-processor dubbed M8, can manage specific tasks like handling inputs from sensors. The sensors include accelerometer, barometric sensor and gyroscope.