iPhone 6 vs iPhone 6 Plus: Is smaller equals to worse?

Before ultimately seeing Apple making its foray into the phablet marketplace, I had been waiting for many years now. Steve Jobs, among the greatest innovator of our time, once famously said that the first iPhone size was the perfect form factor. Anything less will be too small. Anything more will be huge.

For several years now, Apple’s close rivals have been releasing bigger screen smartphones and the strategy appears to be going very well with smartphone users. This year, I believed it was the final chance that I am giving to Apple. I was going to jump ship if they do not release a larger screen iPhone. It was because of my hate for Samsung that I had not been making the switch although for quite a while now, I had been excited to get the Galaxy Note 3.

The unveiling of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus leaves me in a dilemma. I’m certain I’m not the sole person who’s having trouble deciding which of the two colossal iPhone I should be receiving. On one hand, I’m very attracted to the huge screen size the iPhone 6 Plus is offering. But not long after it was made available, there had been tonnes of reviews and reports that uncover a potential design flaw with the iPhone 6 Plus. Known as the ‘bendgate’ scandal, some reviewers say when you put it in the pocket, the iPhone 6 Plus will bend.


It’s been several years now since I Have been needing to update from my iPhone 4. Now that I possess the option of choosing between iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6, I’m actually unsure which one is the better choice. Is the screen size of the iPhone 6 large enough. I’m thinking if I’ll regret my decision for getting the smaller screen. It makes me question if the display size is all there’s that we have to take into consideration when choosing between the iPhone iPhone 6 Plus and 6. Confuse is the right state I’m now in. I hope someone is able to enlighten me on this.

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