Apple just released their newest additions to the iPhone family today: the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 plus.
The biggest change for the new phones is the physical design. The size of the iPhone 6’s display is 4.7 in. and the 6 plus is even bigger, measuring at 5.5 in. Another design aspect that has been changed is that the phone now has rounded edges, creating a “seamless” look so that it is in harmony with the Retina HD display. Retina HD display is a higher pixel density than Apple’s previous phones.
With every new iPhone comes “faster speeds,” but that’s only guaranteed when the phone is using 4G LTE coverage. If it was connected to Wi-Fi it would go only as fast as network’s capability. That’s not the case anymore; while it’s still promised that the iPhone 6 will have faster LTE download speeds, it also has up to 3x faster Wi-Fi speed than any of the previous models.
The iPhone 6 price is starting at $199 and the iPhone 6 plus starting price is $299. These prices are for the lowest storage and they don’t include contract, data, and other additional fees.
Article by Maddie Taylor