Are you considering purchasing the iPhone 6 Plus and are wondering whether it is really worth it? Have you just bought this great phone and want to know more about it? We’ll look at some of the features that make this phone worth it.
A Balanced Performer
Most reviewers have credited the iPhone 6 for its consistency and balanced features. The phone has a great design, light weight, long lasting battery, high quality camera, and fast access to features. This is in contrast to other new phone releases such as Nokia Lumia 930, Sony Xperia Z3, Samsung Galaxy S5, LG G3 and HTC One M8. These phones may excel and stand out in one or two features but have a set-back in another of these core functions of a phone.
For example, the Sony Xperia Z3 has been reviewed as being not aesthetically appealing, while HTC One M8 is beautiful but significantly heavier than the rest. On the other hand, Nexus 5 has issues with battery life and the LG G3 has numerous user interface problems.
This makes the iPhone 6 Plus stand out among its peers.
The iPhone 6 Plus Camera
The iPhone 6 Plus camera is in itself a major consideration for buying the phone. Though camera ranking is subjective and debatable, the fact is that this phone’s camera has consistently ranked at the top. iPhone 6 Plus’ camera has been commended for its lighting adjustment, flash performance, color separation, precision, and its intelligent autofocus.
Apple Pay Mobile Payment Solution
Besides the high performing functionality of the iPhone 6, there is yet another reason as to why you should consider the phone.
Apple Pay has continued to partner with outlets to make it convenient for iPhone owners to make payments and transactions with their phone. Mobile payments are becoming very popular.
Apple has partnered with multiple stores, franchises ,and service providers to make mobile payments more convenient.
Find Out Who Is Calling Your iPhone and More
In a bid to remain competitive over its main rival, Google Play, Apple has released a more powerful and easier to use programming language for its applications. The Swift scripting language replaced Objective-C with the iPhone 6 release.
Most programmers have found this scripting language much easier and more powerful to use when making applications. This new programming language attracts more programmers to make apps for iOS. Swift is also projected to result in more complex and intelligent applications than its counterpart in Android.
Already, there are powerful and interesting applications that have been released. Among these include an iPhone white pages reverse lookup app, Transmit for managing files, and Sky Guide for star gazing. For iPhone users, the new and better scripting language will result in even more applications that perform better.