iPhone 6 vs iPhone 6 Plus: Which one is better?

Before ultimately seeing Apple making its foray into the phablet marketplace, I had been waiting for several years now. I still recall how Steve Jobs’ conviction of the best form factor in the older iPhone versions have come back to the business he had resurrected from the point of death. A cellphone with screen size smaller compared to the iPhone was said to be awful. Anything will be large.

For many years now, Apple’s close competitions have been releasing bigger display smartphones as well as the tactic seems to be going very well with smartphone users. Before, I was decided that this will be the last opportunity that I am going to give to Apple. When they do not release a larger screen iPhone, I was going to jump ship. I had always wanted the super enormous Galaxy Note 3 but have been willing to wait because I actually don’t enjoy the Samsung brand.

Now the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus had been officially unveiled, it leaves me in a place that is difficult to make my pick. I know there are millions of people out there who had similar dilemma as me. The enormous size of the iPhone 6 Plus is certainly an appealing variable. But on the flip side, I Have been hearing lots of the negative stories around iPhone 6 Plus. Known as the ‘bendgate’ scandal, some reviewers say the iPhone 6 Plus will flex when you set it in the pocket.

I have been wanting to update my telephone that is iPhone 4 to a larger display. Now that I possess the alternative of picking between iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, I’m really not sure which one is the better option. Is the screen size of the iPhone 6 huge enough. Or will I repent for not getting a bigger screen. It makes me question if the display size is all there is that we should take into account when selecting between the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. I am actually not sure. I am still looking for that someone to enlighten me on this problem.

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