iPhone 6 Hits the Market

Posted on November 20, 2014 by


The iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus launched on the market on 9 September 2014, with all new features.  They were immediately a success.

The new iPhone is larger, thinner, and more powerful, but remarkably more power efficient. Since it is built on a 64-bit-desktop and an A8 chip, it delivers a lot more power. It is 4.7 inches, and the iPhone 6 Plus is 5.5 inches. A lot of people were scared they were not going to like it because of it being longer and thinner, but apparently they are liking the new feature.

On the new iPhone, you can now set up your bank account on it. When you are shopping at the store, you just take out the app and pay for it on there.

“I wish I could get it, but I’m way too poor to even afford it,” junior Adam Shapiro said.

The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus now come in new colors. It is available in gold, silver, and space gray.

Now, when you are on Wi-Fi instead of LTE, your iPhone will go three times faster than usual.

The new resolution puts others to shame. It is 1334×750 for the iPhone6, and 1920X1080 for the plus. They also have a new camera sensor, which will now focus faster using 1.5 pixels.

When your usual two-year contract with your phone provider is up, you can get the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, depending on how much you would like to spend on it. The regular iPhone 6 for 16GB is $199.00, 64GB is $299.00, and $128GB is 399.00 dollars. For the iPhone 6 plus, $16GB is 299.00, 64GB is $399.00, and 128GB is $499.00 dollars.

If you would like to get this phone and your two-year contract is not even up yet, you can get it, but it will cost you a lot more. For an iPhone 6 with 16GB, it is $650.00, for 64GB it is $750.00, and for 128GB it is $850.00.

People were having some problems with it because of it apparently “bending.” Apple has now become aware of this and is being extra careful with them. They have no idea why it was bending, but they said it had nothing to do with the phone itself, just the handling of them. They are now fixing this problem.
“I like that it is big.  It reminds me of a like a little laptop, and I really like it,” freshman Tori Ebeling said.

“I like Androids, so I do not plan on getting it,” biology teacher Mr. Mark Coasollo said.

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