How good is iphone 6.?

The iPhone 6 Plus breaks a lot of the rules and defies a lot of the logic that Apple has stuck to for a number of years. It’s a copycat device, it chases a market that the company did not create for itself, it introduces fragmentation in a previously restrained product lineup, and it doesn’t immediately give you the sense that you need to own one. In short, it’s the most un-Apple-like Apple product we’ve seen in a very, very long time.otterbox

The famously selective company (many would call it arrogant) repeatedly dismissed and even ridiculed the idea of outsized smartphones for many years; defying industry trends and sticking with a smaller shape that was easy to use in one hand despite an obvious shift in the market. In the past, Apple has been defined by its refusal to participate in such “bubble” markets and has instead created its own – it suffered endless criticism for being the only PC manufacturer to never have offered a netbook, but then proceeded to destroy that entire product category by introducing the iPad and defining the future of touch-first portable devices.
The iPhone 6 Plus breaks a lot of the rules and defies a lot of the logic that Apple has stuck to for a number of years. It’s a copycat device, it chases a market that the company did not create for itself, it introduces fragmentation in a previously restrained product lineup, and it doesn’t immediately give you the sense that you need to own one. In short, it’s the most un-Apple-like Apple product we’ve seen in a very, very long time.

The famously selective company (many would call it arrogant) repeatedly dismissed and even ridiculed the idea of outsized smartphones for many years; defying industry trends and sticking with a smaller shape that was easy to use in one hand despite an obvious shift in the market. In the past, Apple has been defined by its refusal to participate in such “bubble” markets and has instead created its own – it suffered endless criticism for being the only PC manufacturer to never have offered a netbook, but then proceeded to destroy that entire product category by introducing the iPad and defining the future of touch-first portable devices.

iPhone 6 review: iPhone 6 design and build
Built around a bigger display, the iPhone 6 is the most radical design change in the iPhone lineup since the iPhone 4 came along. At 138.1 x 67 x 6.9 mm it is certainly not a small phone, although it is uncommonly thin. And 129 g is very light for a large-screen smartphone: much as you would expect from Apple.

iPhone 6 review: iPhone 6 display

A smartphone’s display has become a key way to differentiate one high-end smartphone from another. But the specs are very far from the full story: the LG G3 has a great display not because it is a QuadHD display, but because it looks amazing.
iPhone 6 review: specs and performance
In many ways we’ve reached ‘peak smartphone’, in that we know a flagship phone from a major manufacturer is likely to be a top performer. We all like to compare, of course, but a few benchmark points here and there tend not to make much difference in the real world. This is important because Apple has – as ever – deliberately obfuscated the spec of its latest handset. Not for Apple Samsung’s boasting about octacore processors and multiple megs of RAM.

 

 

 

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