iPhone 6 New Features and Review

iPhone 6 is not just a new model with a few added features but it’s new in a lot of sense including its shape, size, style, battery, speed, usage, software, storage, and even apps.

iPhone 6 New Features

The most noticeable new feature in iPhone 6 is its design and build; not too away from its usual design that it loses its recognition but it is more rounded from edges along with usual curved corners. Front is made of glass joining edges of the thin bezel and back panel is of aluminum as usual with a stainless steel logo. Above all, it’s bigger and prettier than its predecessor iPhone 5S because iPhone 6 is as slim as 6.9mm whereas 5S was 7.6mm.

iPhone 6 New Features edges

Complementing its size iPhone 6 got bigger display of 4.7 inches instead of 4.inches. Its Retina HD display is same but with Dual-domain pixels for wide viewing angles, display zoon to make your display even bigger and reachability through which you can drag all your icons down near your thumb so that you can easily operate it even with single hand.

With upgraded version of Apple’s A8 chip having M8 coprocessor you will be experiencing even better performance especially when it comes to playing video games.

Other than 16GB, iPhone 6 has also switched from 32GB to 64GB option of storage capacity. It has additional support for Voice over LTE (VoLTE), better Wi-Fi and upgraded Bluetooth. NFC chip is yet another new feature that enables you to pay with your iPhone using Touch ID in stores and also within apps receive and redeem rewards using rewards cards.

Apple iPhone 6 offers more powerful battery. Now one can call up to 14 hours on 3G which means 4 hours more than iPhone 5. In the same way internet use has also extend from up to 10 hours on 3G which was previously 8 hours, Video playback up to 11 hours from previously 10 hours and Audio playback up to 50 hours from earlier model’s 40 hours.

Apple iPhone 5s was already equipped with Auto HDR for photos but iPhone 6 offers you auto HDR for videos as another new feature. Now your videos will be neither under nor over exposed.


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Bill Schroder

Bill Schroder is a Beirut-based correspondent for The World Beast. He has reported from over a dozen countries in the Middle East for such publications. Follow: Tweets by @SchroderBill