iPhone 6 flat

After months of rumors, speculation, and opinions from the community, Apple finally introduced their latest iteration in the iPhone line – the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus. The new, larger smartphones have a completely refined design, making the recently current iPhone 5s already look small and outdated beside it.

Resulting from concern over losing the ability to use an iPhone with one hand, Apple has worked to make special accommodations for their larger devices, both in hardware and software advancements, which seem to do an excellent job helping to make the iPhone 6 and, particularly the iPhone 6 Plus, more easily managed with only one hand.

Body

iPhone 6 iPhone 6 Plus side by side

The aesthetic transformation Apple has brought to its most lucrative product is advertised as seamless, a wrap-around body style in which the edges of the screen curve to meet the edges of the bezel. The sides of the device itself also slope around, making its rounded edge remarkably more gentle than the squared perimeters of previous generations.

Because of the larger sizes of both iPhones, Apple advertises the rounded extremities of its devices as making them easier to hold despite their increased girth, which gives the new design a practical aspect as well as a wonderfully artistic one. The curvature of the screen to meet the rim of the device also has its own functional application – making iOS’s edge swipe gestures easier and more fluid – while adding a unique, visually pleasing quality.

Along the sides of the device itself are the mute switch, volume buttons, and power button, with the latter two having been redesigned or relocated since the previous generation. Volume buttons on the iPhone 6 now recede slightly into the side of the device, removing its footprint while still making them easy to locate by touch and maintaining strong tactile feedback. The power button has migrated to the right side of the device in an effort to make sleeping and waking the larger devices an easier task.

Colors

iPhone 6 gray silver gold back camera

While keeping the same three colors – Gold, Silver, and Space Gray – as its last generation of iPhones, Apple has managed to make even the back of the iPhone 6 look vastly different. On the top and bottom of the back are lines that stretch across the surface of the device and curve around the upper or lower edge. These vary in color, with each one matching its device but with a slightly darker tint, the only exception being the bands around the gold iPhone 6, which are white. The faces of all devices have remained the same colors as their ancestors, with Gold and Silver having a white front plant, and Space Gray’s being black.

Screen

iPhone 6 Retina HD

Although the bottom and top bezel of the iPhone 6 have retained their traditional colors, they have shortened in height, making more room for the screen and decreasing the amount of useless space. This truncation also works to make the device more manageable in the hand, as it shortens what would be an even taller screen. The display itself is labeled Retina HD by Apple, and is designed with more advanced technologies than a typical Retina display, making text sharper and colors more vivid.

Thinness

iPhone-6-gold-side_large

Also to the advantage of users accustomed to the smaller iPhone 5s, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are outfitted with a thinner design than ever. Slimming down to 6.9mm and 7.1mm respectively, the trimmed depth is said to make the larger device easier and more comfortable to hold in hand, despite being wider and taller.

iOS 8

iPhone 6 landscape mode Home

In addition to building a thinner form factor and rounded chamfers, Apple granted iOS 8 some special features designed specifically for the larger screens. The first of these is the ability to double-touch the home button to slide the screen down so that the top half fills the bottom half, making it much easier to tap a point in the upper portion of an app. Apple calls this Reachability, and it is invoked not by double-pressing the home button, but by simply double-touching it, an action that is recognized by the Touch ID sensor.

The second feature, exclusive to the iPhone 6 Plus and likely to entice many to upgrade because of it, displays compatible apps in two panes when the device is in landscape mode, similar to the way an iPad handles apps. With this ability, the iPhone 6 Plus functions like a typical iPhone in portrait, but turns into a small iPad in landscape, making it one of the truest “phablets” on the market. Also found in landscape mode is a keyboard with additional keys for punctuation, including a period, question mark, and others, as well as copy, paste, and undo buttons, which take advantage of the extra screen real estate to help make the iPhone 6 Plus a work-oriented device.

Summation

iPhone 5s vs iPhone 6 vs iPhone 6 Plus

Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are made from anodized aluminum and stainless steel, with ion-strengthened glass screens. Every part of the devices are meticulously designed, with great attention to detail and beauty, as is Apple’s tradition.

Despite customer woes that a larger screen would be exceedingly difficult to sustain and navigate with one hand, Apple has taken several steps to curb this concern, both in special software accommodations and hardware designs, easing the jump from 3.5 or 4 inches to 4.7 or 5.5 inches for many users. While some users will always find both devices, and particularly the larger iPhone 6 Plus, to still be very difficult to use single-handedly, Apple has done their best to help in this area.

The sloping edges cause the device to look gentle and inviting to hold and contribute greatly to the device’s distinct look, making it considerably different from any recent iPhones, but still familiar. Although the iPhone 6 is similar to the original iPhone or the iPhone 3GS in some areas of design, it’s made with much higher quality materials, showing just how far the iPhone line has come in the past seven years.

  • workin

    3GS, nuff said.

    • Anthony Snyder

      3GS was made out of plastic and was thick. The display didn’t wrap around to meet the bezel and the screen size was only 3.5″, let alone Retina.

      • Chun-Li aka ThunderThighs

        So that makes it great? Slight changes? Wtf

      • Umut Bilgiç

        When i say “stop with the same reply over idb”, you will say you are an iphone user but you can admit things.

        EDIT: (lets get this out thete) 3GS to 6+ is not a slight upgrade.

      • Weelious_225

        Lol you’re obviously dumb. Pretty much the ONLY similarity is the fact that the back has some kind of crave. Although even that is different because the iPhone 6 has curved sides and a flay back unlike the 3GS.

      • Bugs Bunnay

        also no nfc nor wifi calling. no ios 8

      • @sexyhamthing

        Dont say retina, it’s like a mcnugget… everyone sells them, but only mcdonalds is allowed to call them chicken nuggets and kids think theyre better because of McD’s clever marketing.

    • Gucciipad

      Old technology

    • James Gunaca

      No LTE, no FaceTime, shitty camera, no slo-mo, no gyroscope, no motion processor, no retina display, no touch ID, no 802.11ac wi-fi. No innovation?

      Oh yeah, I’ve got a used iPhone 3GS I’ll trade you then.

      • James

        To be fair, the 3GS was innovative for its time. But I think the original commenter meant that he currently has a 3GS and that’s all he needs to know to convince him to upgrade.

      • James Gunaca

        Touché!

  • Nasser Cedeño

    I Can’t Wait To get The iPhone 6 plus 🙂

    • Daniel Beecham

      6+ gold 128

      • RarestName

        Will you be fasting?

      • Jailbrkr21

        i got the 128gb space grey 6 plus.

    • Steven Code

      IKR OMG coming from an iphone user “then andriod 3 years” I can’t wait to go back to iPhone and a BIG iPhone my dreams have come true so psyche!!

  • My iPhone 6 Plus, should arrive at my door next friday 🙂 64GB Silver 🙂

    • Mikasa Ackerman

      64 GB Gold ;D

      • Omar Abbasi

        Ordered the same one! So excited!!

      • Stephen Hagans

        6+ 128 gb silver

      • Alberto Espinal

        Same here but 6+

    • Nasser Cedeño

      iphone 6 Plus 64GB Silver 😀

    • Krutik Quiran

      ah thats great man, i went for the iPhone 6 64GB Space Grey instead 🙂

    • Waleed

      You all guys posting this, and i’m geting jealous her

    • avd98

      iPhone 6, 64GB, Space Grey. i have those t-rex hands… 6 Plus isn’t the best choice for me

      • James

        That’s why I’m just going to wait until they hit stores and can hold them before I upgrade (if I upgrade).

    • sosarozay300

      iPhone 6 16gb space gray here, sidenote the lines in the back probably fit in better in the space gray compared to the gold / silver

      • James

        I agree but the back is still hideous in my opinion with those things. But I’m pretty sure I thought the same thing when the iPhone 5 came out and now I love it, so maybe it’s not as bad in person.

      • sosarozay300

        the lines would have been a lot better if there was only 2 lines going across the back, instead of going around where the glass would be on the 5s

      • James

        Exactly. I was able to play with it some at Verizon yesterday and for the first time I was not impressed with it.

    • JasonL1C4

      HTC One M8, gunmetal gray, 32GB plus 8GB SD card… Oh… Wrong website…. Whatever

      • Mikasa Ackerman

        I feel sad for you 🙁 stuck with an HTC.

      • JasonL1C4

        I actually prefer android over iOS and I’d rather have this than an iPhone 6 or 6+, but I still like to see what apple’s doing. I respect apple, but I have a passion for android

      • Mikasa Ackerman

        🙁 I still feel bad.

      • iBanks

        I truly respect this post.

      • Brandon Miranda

        I feel the exact same way about Apple. Glad to see there are respectable people on the other side of the bush. God forbid I posted my passion for Apple on an android website. Bravo chap

      • Alberto Espinal

        See Jason is an android user, came here express his feeling but at the same time he didnt troll, respect your comment

      • James

        But why even comment at all? And that comment was kind of a troll thing to do, even if he cleared it up in his second comment.

      • Alberto Espinal

        I understand what you saying James but as hard as we try to keep trolls out we cant!

      • Adam Bowman

        Would you mind sharing why, specifically, you have a passion for Android, please?

        I’m considering making the switch to the Galaxy Note 4 when it comes out next month.

        Up until this point I have only owned iPhones.

        First I’ll have to do a side by side comparison with the 6 Plus.

        Thanks.

      • RarestName

        TouchWiz has a different user experience as compared to HTC devices.

      • JasonL1C4

        I like android because of the openness of it. If I don’t like the lock screen I can change it. If I don’t like the homescreen I can change it. Even if I don’t like HTC sense or touchwiz I can change it. You can really take the time to make it YOUR phone the way YOU want it to be, not samsung, not HTC, not apple. Also I like the features you just don’t get on an iPhone, like being able to control your TV, being able to connect an Xbox or ps3 and ps4 controler or a keyboard and mouse, or even an external hard drive.

        I made the switch from an iPhone 5 to a One M8 back in may, and I was with iOS for 3 years (iPod touch 4th gen, iPhone 4, iPhone 5) and the switch wasn’t as hard as I thought, even though you may end up losing money from apps you bought in the app store.

        I think both the iPhone 6/6+ and the note 4 are going to be great phones, but I feel like the note 4 will be the best for your money with everything you get (removable battery, SD card slot, ir blaster, s pen, 3GB of ram, 2K display, USB 3.0, 4K video rerecording, customizability of android). That being said, depending on how much you have spent in the apps store, the 6+ may be the better option, or if you feel like the 6+ is better. Pick the phone that fells the best for you.

      • Adam Bowman

        Thanks, Jason. I really appreciate the detailed reply. Your reasons are pretty much the same ones drawing me towards the Note 4. And your experience of smoothly transitioning from iOS to Android makes me feel a little more confident that I might be making a a reasonable decision.

        One way or the other (whether I choose iPhone 6 Plus or Galaxy Note 4) I’m excited to soon have a much larger screen.

      • Jailbrkr21

        i might buy a note 4 just to see how i get on with it, i am open minded when it comes to OS of the phone although i do like iOS and my experiences with android have been all bad (it was lagging a lot etc) but that may have been because the actual device couldn’t handle it and maybe now its not so bad?

        I have ordered an iPhone 6 plus 128gb already and I’m sure i will love it but as you said, the removable battery, usb 3.0, SD slot, 2k display and 4k video recording are all features that the 6 plus doesn’t have but what it does have is iCloud, optical image stabilisation, better processor and i have been using iOs for years (i have had and still have all the iPhones, i have the iPad mini, iPad air, 2 iPods, apple tv, macbook pro, apple g4 & gs macs) and I love the way that iCloud works across them and photo stream also.

        but that being said, you have sold the note 4 to me, I have been that disinterested in android devices (because on the OS) that i have not looked recently at what they offer and now you have got me thinking. As for AppStore apps, i have spent a fortune on them and it would be hard to let iOS go but I do carry 2 phones with me anyway (for sky go etc, sky go will not work on jailbroken phones so I have 1 jailbroken and 1 not).

      • JasonL1C4

        Actually you can use google+ photo backup. It works just like iCloud photo sync and works between android and iOS. The note 4 also has ois too. The snapdragon 805 and 3GBs of ram in the note 4 will be more than enough to run android and touchwiz (you could also install cyanogenmod).
        I’m jealous cuz you’re getting the 6+ and note 4. Best of both worlds

      • Jailbrkr21

        not getting the note 4 just yet, maybe next month, £800 on the 6 plus is more than enough for this month.

      • NeftyCorrea

        I use to be a android person until I’ve met Apple products now android just sucks

      • Zac Bishop

        Same, I love my HTC One, gunmetal gray i have the 32gb with a 64 gb sd card nut I’m rooted, S-off, super cid, unlocked bootloader and Cyanogenmod 11

      • Mikasa Ackerman

        I have a HTC One M7, silver, 32GB, rooted (everything else you mentioned comes with root, so I have it as well) and CM11 with Android L theme. So, believe me when I say 🙁 I feel bad for you guys. I will feel much better when my 64GB Gold iPhone 6 4.7in arrives. 🙁 the pain of rooting this M7 to try to make it better just isn’t working! Nothing can fix the Android Play store.

    • Alberto Espinal

      Lucky you, mine in a damn month

  • otis92

    It does look beautiful, and the round edges do look nice and may be comfortable. However, that was quite the original design of the first iPhones. Then Apple changed to sharp edges, so making it round to make it comfortable almost implies that the previous design was not comfortable… Beyond the shape, I also hope that the surface has some grip to it, otherwise some phones were very shiny but also quite slippery…

    • jack

      They always introduce new problems on previous-gen devices to make the current-gen seem better.

    • Straw hat

      Lol i feel that isnt a really big issue tbh. I have been using my ipod touch for 2 years now,and it has curves like the iPhone 6. It does slip while im laying down and browsing the web and it come smack on my face but u cud easily just get a good grip case. A silicone case is a good option. Plus companys make some really nice cases for iPhones. It’s hard to find good iPod touch 5 cases.

      • James Gunaca

        The only thing about the curves that bothers me is that it can’t stand up on its own on the sides at all; which was especially handy for timed photos.

  • Joy Citiconti

    Im buying a lot of 5S’s lately 😛 Thx Apple for lowering the price on your proper phones. :))

  • Jaco

    I think i am also going for the 6 plus

    • Mikasa Ackerman

      :3

  • Kenneth Lin

    I think how the glass seamlessly transitions to the aluminium body on the front is simply beautiful, and solves the one thing I don’t like about the 5/5s design, that the screen juts out a little. It’s as if you’re holding a polished pebble stone in your hand. I still can’t bring myself to like those lines that curve at the back though, especially on the gold version where it’s so noticeable.

    • Well put good Sir.

    • avd98

      Wow, i’ve read it with Jony Ive’s voice… Lol

      • justme

        me too jajaja

  • Where are the specs… oh wait there aren’t any to be boggled for.

    • Mikasa Ackerman

      Does it matter? Dude, it’s the iPhone 6. Bigger screen is more than enough to send many Android users flying right back to Apple, hence the 5.5in sell out 😉 4.7in 64GB Gold will be at my door next Friday 😉

      • Chun-Li aka ThunderThighs

        It does matter idiot. iPhone 6 is loaded with hardware that’s about to be outdated in two months. Bigger screen doesn’t justify the lack of specs. Wasting money especially full price is absurd for something that isn’t worth that price that brings nothing new to the table. I’ll stick with my 5 until the 6S comes out with the latest advance hardware.

      • Fanboy 

        You never replied to my last comment on outdated hardware specs, so why are you still making this accusation? 🙂 you got owned.

      • Umut Bilgiç

        Why you have to be so rude everywhere lol. It is just personal preference. Just help make some good quality constructive conversation for once.. I could reply you and oppose you but I dont want to see a notification just someone raging at me for no absolute reason.

      • No need to call people names. Please do not do that again.

      • Anmol Malhotra

        I was just flagging him and then you commented.. :p (y)

      • Merman123

        And then when the 6S comes out , people say “wait for the 7, it’s the better bang for your buck” then the 7 comes and people say “wait for the 7S the 7 is shit.” C’mon. Stop hating.

      • Ryan Bartsch

        So true

    • Umut Bilgiç

      You are cool

    • Jason Jones

      Must be an Android fan, as they’re the ones so concerned about specs. Yet the Moto X fans themselves are the first to claim “it doesn’t need mega specs, the software is optimized for it.”
      Rather than worrying about iPhones specs, perhaps you should ask “where’s the Android updates?” I find it humorous that the majority of Android devices, including flagships, will see one or two, maybe three OS updates if they’re lucky, then they are quickly forgotten by Google.
      Galaxy S3 is a great example. Pretty sure it’s not getting your prized “Android L” yet it’s only a couple years old. IPhone 4,which is four years old now is finally being left out of the upgrade cycle.

      • You obviously know me REALLY well to claim I am an Android fan. Carry on though, I won’t even reply to your post.

  • hihihihihi

    hey guys i have question. if i did the store pick up option do you think i would still have to wait in the long line on launch day?

    • Mikasa Ackerman

      Yes, you will be in the “pre-order” line. Why would you do a in-store pick up? Bad neighborhood?

      • hihihihihi

        i work 10-5 and i dont want to miss the delivery no one would be able to sign it. you think the “pre-order” line would be a long wait? been on hold on the phone for like hour now trying to ask a simple question lol

      • Jeffrey Feuerstein

        Nope, as I said above in a comment to Mikasa you have to choose between what times you’re going to come pick it up (8:00-9:00, 9:00-10:00 etc.) so it is very likely that you’ll be out of the store within 30 minutes.

      • Jeffrey Feuerstein

        When you do an in-store pickup you have to choose between what times you’re going to come pick it up (8:00-9:00, 9:00-10:00 etc.) so it is very likely that you’ll be out of the store within 30 minutes.

      • Mikasa Ackerman

        From past experience… I’ll say 1hr – 2 hours. You’re talking about 5 – 10 minutes to attend to each customer (who pre-ordered) not including the 50+ people in line waiting for the phone + the people in line just shopping for Mac and other Apple gear.

        Just plan for an hour. Some ordered on contract and they will be setting up the phone in store… it’s going to take a while. Unless you’re one of the first in line, and you ordered an unlocked version… you won’t be out in less than an hour.

      • Jeffrey Feuerstein

        Yeah I ordered an unlocked phone and I’m going to pick it up in Oberhausen Germany between 11:00 and 12:00 and my experience from last year is that the line is a lot less long at 11 o’clock and that nobody will be in the Apple store for something else than the new iphone that day:P. I can remember that I was about the 100th in line and that there were about 2500 people in a line of 4 thick and 200 meters long hahahah. Just imagine if 2500 people spent 750 dollars that day, that’s 1.875 million dollars they earned in one day in one store:P. Guess this year they’ll make over 2.5 million dollars:0.

      • Mikasa Ackerman

        I live in USA. I would assume much more demand here than in Germany. The phone is cheap here. $199 $299 $399 on contract (which many people in the USA are)

      • Jeffrey Feuerstein

        Yeah true, nobody buys phones with contract here though so you spend at least 699 euro’s. Oberhausen is very busy on the release dates but other German stores are pretty busy too. I think it’s crazy that just one store can make so much money in one day:D.

        PS: There’s a lot of question for the iPhone here too BTW, not as much as in the US but still a lot.

  • Anmol Malhotra

    Apple enabling double touch Touch ID gesture in new iPhones makes me think of better multitasking : the feature we have been waiting for in future iOS updates. I’m sure apple is working on it.

    • Umut Bilgiç

      Yeah.. The black part on top looks like it could be used for something else to just not pure black. Heck just let it show a blurred wallpaper!

      • Straw hat

        Don’t worry when this beast gets jailbroken you will see many darn nice tweaks!

      • Umut Bilgiç

        Hahah exactly! In the your apple! 😀

    • 空白

      Thought the same thing. Maybe a card-like animation to swipe to recent app? The black is fugly.

  • hkgsulphate

    but then the camera timer would be useless on the 6?

    • James Gunaca

      Yea can’t stand the phone on its side anymore. That’s my biggest worry about the design of the 6

  • Alan

    Ios 6 iPhone 6

    • Umut Bilgiç

      I looooooove ios7. Modern and easier to use, it all comes down to personal preference though.

    • Anmol Malhotra

      I miss this iOS sooooooooooo much 🙁 🙁 🙁
      It used to work sooo smooth on my 4s… with no lag no memory crash.. Perfect phone with perfect os it was.. 🙁
      Yes iOS 7 is advance , provides better functionality then iOS 6 but i miss it.. Damn!! i never thought of missing it soooo badly 🙁

      • Straw hat

        Lol yah i feel you. IOS 7 kinf if lags alittle on my iPod 5G :/ but it’s made especially for iP5’s and 5s… It runs really smooth on them.

      • hush

        What are you talking about?! My iPhone 4S is flying on iOS 7. I love the old iOS UI.. but I also love the new UI. You’re not alone. I kinda miss iOS 6 too.. it reminds me of the times I was young
        –_–

      • RarestName

        Performance on iOS 7 is poor as compared to iOS 6.

    • Ryan Bartsch

      iPhone 5 IOS 6

  • Matt

    Have to wait another year to get a new phone

    • Abbas

      I think so too. I’ve got the IPhone 5 since it’s launch date and was looking forward to the IPhone 6 but i’m not intrigued enough by the new IPhones to upgrade so i am going to sit this one out.

    • GuyWithTheThings

      Same here. I’ll be getting the 6S or 6S Air Feather Plus Light or whatever it’s called.

    • blastingbigairs

      I have to wait until April 2015, but the 6+ will be mine!!!!

  • springer85

    iPhone 6 Plus already sold out,AT&T say demand for phone is the most their most pre ordered phone EVER!!
    Looks like the pathetic lame videos by SAMESung worked….NOT!
    LMFAO!

    • hush

      They actually worked. Some people didn’t know there was coming a bigger screen iPhone before Samsung’s videos.

    • Guest

      People still do not jokes? Apple fanboys are like Apple. Stuck in the past.

  • jack

    No, they haven’t done “an excellent job” making it one-hand easy to use. Both Scamsung Galaxy Alpha and LG G3 are SMALLER than 4.7″/5.5″ versions of iPhone 6.

    The back of iPhone6 is just very ugly. You look at it so much you end up “liking” it. It is like songs on a radio station. They play it so many times you end up liking the song.

  • h4nd0fg0d

    Freaking beautiful

  • n0ahcruz3

    I ordered gold, i think the white antenna is not not attractive imo they should ve put gold antenna bands to match the color. And that protruding camera yikes!

    Ps. Too early to judge have to wait for it to arrive then pass judgement lol

    • Adam

      IMHO gold is the worst color.. Those white lines look awful.. But hey! That’s just my opinion.. If you like it then I am happy for you! I ordered Space Grey because I currently have a white/silver iPhone 5S and got some Ghost Armor on it.. And what I found out is that the screen protector turns out to turn yellowish after a while.. Take that in mind too!!

      • n0ahcruz3

        I just want to try the gold color. I think the gold 5s is ok. I’ll put a case on it but not a screen protector.

      • Adam

        That’s good, gold color isn’t bad just take in mind those Cons and Pros, the iPhone 5S is beautiful on gold, some of my friends said it looked to feminine, but well oh well, it’s their opinion.

      • n0ahcruz3

        Exactly. And also its for resell purposes too. Im planning to pay it off after one year. Then sell it at $350-400 to a country somewhere in SEA, gold color iphone is not common so the value will be higher. The more uncommon the color is the higher value in that country. I dont wanna mention the country lol

      • Adam

        That’s smart! That’s a really good idea haha. Yeah you don’t need to mention the country don’t worry but I must say it is a great idea. Reselling is the worst and most painful task of an iPhone..

      • n0ahcruz3

        Thanks. Good conversation. Btw welcome to iDB!

  • totallymichael

    So is it pretty much just a wait-and-see about an iPhone 6/iOS 8 jailbreak? I remember losing my jailbreak to get the iPhone 5 and it was a pretty damn hard few months. I guess it’ll be a bit easier with the iOS finally getting quick reply, etc., but I was just curious if there were any rumors at all yet.

  • felixtaf

    Am upgrading to iPhone 6+. Not right away, in a few months!

  • Chetan

    Now the question is that if iPhone 6+ gets “additional keys for punctuation, including a period, question mark, and others, as well as copy, paste, and undo buttons” then why don’t we have these in iPads?

  • Yunsar

    That picture made me change my choice of colour to Space Grey for the iPhone 6

  • zeitentgeistert

    hubby: 6+, 128, gold. me: 6+, 128, silver. both unlocked.
    after all: we need to do our share to boost the shares… ;-))

  • Yunsar

    Is there any way to track my iPhone when it still says ‘Preparing for shipment’ on the Apple store (Like in previous years)?

  • NeftyCorrea

    Just saw a Samsung commercial on tv shitting on iPhone 6 that’s just sad

  • sdl65

    Gonna pick up the Iphone 6 4.7 at the Apple store next Friday.

  • oplix

    You forgot to mention the industry worst 2007 style bezels that will likely continue into 2020.

    You know like iphone 6 138mm tall 4.7inch screen while Moto X 140mm tall 5.2inch screen.

    Don’t let me spoil your fanboy dreams of informative reviews though.

  • Saratje

    Why the round edges? That’s very last decade, when every handheld device for some idiotic reason still had to look like a polished black riverstone, the sort they lay on your back in a beauty spa. Simplicity is still hot. They would have been better off turning the iPhone 6 into a monolith without any buttons, the sides, the front, all touch screen. A sharp edged, black slab when turned off. I hope the iPhone 6 gets a facelift in a year.