So the budding news is that Apple have recently launched two sibling phones which are, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus. As you see the trending iPhone are everywhere, on facebook, twitters and also the trolls are following because of commendable high prices of the phones.

Let’s see what the phone has got to offer you:

The phones have larger screens as compared to the old iPhone, and have ultra-thin body and rounded corners. They are available in gold, silver and space grey colour and are available in 16, 64 and 128GB capabilities. Both the phones have same 64-bit and A8 chip and same designs. The iPhone 6 measures 6.9mm and iPhone 6 plus measures 7.1mm in thickness. iPhone 6 has 4.7 inch and iPhone 6 plus has 5.5 inch screen and are powered by next-generation 64-bit A8 processor.

The iPhone 6 plus is different from its sibling iPhone 6 by having optical image stabilization for the camera, longer battery life, and an iPad style landscape mode that displays more content on the screen. Both the phones have better improvements in camera in form of sensor upgrades, improved tone mapping better noise reduction and new focus pixels technology which improves the phones ability to select the auto focus points. The front camera also is upgraded, with an f/2.2 aperture that lets in more light and new burst mode capabilities. Other features of camera are Auto Flash, Back-illuminated sensor (BSI), Digital image stabilization, Effects, Face detection, Geo tagging, High Dynamic Range mode (HDR), Picture album, Self-timer, Simultaneous HD video and image recording, Touch to focus. The difference between both again is the iPhone 6 sports an HD 4.7-inch LED backlit IPS LCD Retina display with a resolution of 750×1334 pixels (326 ppi). The display is a laminated single piece design with a shatter-proof glass and treated with an oleo-phobic coating. The iPhone 6 Plus also features the same glass protection, but features a full HD 5.5-inch LED backlit IPS LCD Retina display with a resolution of 1080×1920 pixels.

The iPhone 6 is processed as 1GB RAM, iphone 6 plus is processed by 2GB RAM, iPhone 6 battery life is up to 14 hours on 3G, while iPhone 6 plus battery life is up to 24hours in 3G. Both  are processed as to use nano sim cards.

Lets go for the pricing.

iPhone 6 (with 16 GB)- Rs 53,000

iPhone6 (with 64GB)- Rs 61,000

iPhone 6 (with 128 GB)- Rs 69,000

iPhone6 plus (with 16GB)- Rs 61,000

iPhone 6 plus (with 64GB)- Rs 69,000

iPhone 6 plus (with 128GB)-  Rs 78,000

Now you see, the high prices make us think to buy or not to buy the phone as there are many other phones with similar specifications and in less price plus you can also go to Bangkok for holiday in the money you would pay to buy iPhone 6. Also the cons is the operating system, ios8 may not support some old apps, or games which will make the consumers think 5 times more before buying iPhone new babies. Or may be  they will think more times, because my audience let me take your attention here that whatever features iPhones new babies have, are the features which all the android phones have since ages. If you see the inch 5-5 inch form  factor was extremely popular by Samsung galaxy Note 2 in late 2012. The 5-5 inch display on the LG G3 features a resolution of 1440 X 2560 pixels with freaky 538 ppi. Finally Apple have also included NFC in its devices but NFC has been used by mobile devices for nearly a decade.

Optical image stabilization has been around for years and used by only LG and Nokia manufacturers. Though HTC used the features in last year device HTC (m7) but then it is again back with HTC (M8). So you see the battle between the android and apple phone is from a long time and you. See the androids are no doubt still ahead from  Apple devices. So what do you  think about buying the costly iPhone device? Do you. Still think its worth it? Think again then or else you are the boss of your own choice 🙂

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