iPhone 6 vs iPhone 6 Plus: Which one should I get?

After years and years of waiting, Apple finally succumbs to the phablet revolution. One of the greatest innovator of our time, Steve Jobs, once famously stated the iPhone size that was original was the perfect form factor. A phone with display size smaller in relation to the iPhone was said to be lousy. Anything will be huge.


For several years now, Apple’s close rivals have been releasing bigger display smartphones and the strategy seems to be going very well with smartphone users. Before, I was decided that this will be the final chance that I am going to give to Apple. I was all set to produce a switch away from the iPhone if they’re not releasing a larger iPhone. For quite some time now, I ‘d been keen to get the Galaxy Note 3 but it was because of my despise for Samsung that I had not been making the switch.

Now that the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus had been officially unveiled, it leaves me in a position that is difficult to make my pick. I’m confident I’m not the only one who’s having difficulty deciding which of the two massive iPhone I should be receiving. On one hand, I’m quite attracted to the huge screen size the iPhone 6 Plus is offering. But on the flip side, I’ve been hearing lots of the negative stories around iPhone 6 Plus. Referred to some as the ‘bendgate’ scandal, iPHone 6 Plus had been reported to be bendable when you put it in your back pocket.

It has been several years now since I’ve been wanting to upgrade from my iPhone 4. Now that I have the the alternative of picking between iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6, I am actually unsure which one is the better alternative. Is the display size of the iPhone 6 big enough. I’m thinking if I will regret my decision for getting the smaller display. It makes me wonder whether the screen size is all there’s that we have to consider when choosing between the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. I am actually not certain. I’m still looking for that someone to enlighten me on this dilemma.

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