firstname.lastname@example.org, 19 Sep 2014Apple 6+ is the world best cell phone with record battery lifeIphone 6+ and Xperia Z3, which one will you recommend?
Unfortunately, this phone fails miserably after his experience in relation to the screen
It was the foundation of the screen of sapphire against shock and breakage, but unfortunately not as expected
I for one hand would like to say that in a lot of different ways the new iPhone and the other phones are equal but the only thing that makes or takes them apart is the OS for example in the iOS even the iPhone and the iPad are one but if you look at the android OS I'm not talking about the phones if you look at the OS it's simply not stable it crashes a lot different from the iOS. Something that caught my interest was that Samsung is trying to make there phone better and that's great because Samsung has one of the best screens on the market but they are using android OS. If Samsung would make there own OS there phones would be better in every way and I think they should take that in consideration. But talking about the new iPhone I think is great it has better battery life better screen better camera and a big improvement on the iOS.
Haplus, 20 Sep 2014I think you need to heed your own advice. I have used 3 of those phones and none are even clos... moreI think you hit the nail on the head when you said" 15 million features, most of which you'll never use..." but not in the way you intended. Obviously you like iPhones, and that's fine but you make it sound like Android is not stable as an OS, which is simply not truth, just opinion. The main thing that will differentiate iPhone and Android loyalists is the simplicity of iOS vs the large customization and freedom of choice offered on Android. Those that like a very basic OS will obviously choose iPhone's and those that like flexibility, choice and customization will choose Android. Both are good and people are going to like what they like regardless of arguements for or against.
Anonymous, 20 Sep 2014So which would you invest on? A high depreciating value handset or the opposite? I recently... morehmm, you are upgrading because you are expecting something better in the future? you should because the features of this phone is so 2012. nothing new. lol
hmm, it's overpriced... and doesn't really offer anything that will set this apart aside from the hefty price tag. nokia 1520, almost a year older trumps this iphone 6 plus in every way...
I know I'm gonna get a lot of hate for this, but it isn't about the specs in a phone. iPhones are very well optimized for the hardware they run on. Using previous generation hardware allows them to perfect it more and let it run stable, similar to what Nintendo does with their consoles. This is an intriguing phone to upgrade to from my HTC One M8. I'm honestly sick of having to tweak everything and just want something that works. Not waiting for the OEM to skin android is a plus as well, the majority of devices have iOS 7 and 8 now versus about a quarter with KitKat?
And no, I'm not an Apple shill. The only device I've had with an apple logo is a 2nd gen iPod touch.
[deleted post]If you think the Iphone 6 Perfoms like an S3 then you are truly lacking are stupid. No need to justify myself. You simply are. and yeah. poor.
So if people hav themoney to get this and want, what do you care?
Too expensive for such kind of specification..
very low cpu
very low ram
no secondary cam
only 8 mp primary cam
dual core processor
common guys u can get much more in other cells at much lower cost
only name cannot decide the cost of the cell
Ihterion, 20 Sep 2014Galaxy S3 specs.This is exactly what any smart person thinks. It's a Galaxy S3 in Apple disguise.
Sindroid, 20 Sep 2014IF you are smart and font buy on launch like me, you can buy the flaghips of Android after 6 m... moreSo which would you invest on? A high depreciating value handset or the opposite?
I recently sold a 2nd hand iphone with 12% depreciation after 1 year of usage.
PS.mist, 18 Sep 2014Before using an iPhone i thought it was a luxury gadget but really it's not. On one hand, an i... moreIF you are smart and font buy on launch like me, you can buy the flaghips of Android after 6 months for 20-30% pricedrop. More Second hand. iPhones NEVER go on sale or reduced price no matter how outdated they are. And on the second hand market they are sold for silly prices.
For sure, peeps who are loyal to ios will surely buy this phone. Same thing with android users who learned to love and be loyal to other andorid flagship devices. No matter what it is, whoever and whatever it is, for as long as you can afford it, buy it. Jealous peeps tend to comment so bad since theyre the ones who cant afford it. Hahaha. Dont get me wrong, i love android and i also love ios. Im using ip5c and note3 right now and so far i have no complaints.
hahaha, 20 Sep 2014most of the comment about android are by the one unexperienced...please use htc one m8,galaxy ... moreI think you need to heed your own advice. I have used 3 of those phones and none are even close to as stable as iOS.
Bottom line, if you want 15 million features (most you will never use) and the best specs (on paper) get and android phone; if you want a phone that works, made by a company that is wholey focused on providing high end user experience, get an iPhone.
kevin Garnett , 19 Sep 2014You base through spects & not through performance..don't you? Then go for your disposable... morehi.... I have been using galaxy s4 and then also kept s5 for about two weeks.... and its not even near by any of the apple iPhone. galaxy has a very poor quality of the speakers. but iPhone is simply great....
I held the 6, it seemed bigger than the usual iPhone. I thought it was small for a 6+ but then I realized that it wasn't the 6+, only the small 6.
6+ isn't ugly. I have an idea of its performance and what's inside. I help my Note 2 next to the 6+ and It was pretty much the same thing. Apple are yet to find a new outstanding design such as they did for the original iPhone.
I really thought that I'd get a 6+
God knows how much I hate Google.
May be next time.