Apple's iPhone 6 is probably the only smartphone onto market right now that's shifting more units than rival devices. In fact, we think that the iPhone 6 is bloody solid device with key improvements in several important areas, including battery life, design and imaging.
If you've the iPhone 6, you'll love to know some of the cool features hidden in the latest-generation iPhone.
Access Siri hands-free
Yes, you heard it right! You can turn on hands-free Siri by going to Settings>General>Siri. Now you can access Siri by voice, rather than by holding down the home button.
Find out what apps are killing your battery life
You can view battery usage on each individual app to help you find out which apps are draining the majority of your battery. To find out what apps are draining your battery by going to Settings > General > Usage > Battery Usage.
The large screen iPhone 6 can make one-handed operation difficult. To help deal with this iOS 8 has a feature called Reachability. To enable this feature, head over to Settings>General>Tap Accessibility
Long Lasting Battery Life
The iPhone 6's battery life is roughly same as that of the iPhone 5, which is good. The iPhone 6 Plus, however, offers the best battery life of any smartphone to date. It has 24 hours of 3G talk, and its standby battery life is 16 days.
The iPhone 6 is much faster
The iPhone 6's Wi-Fi speeds are up to three times faster than those of the iPhone 5s. The handset even has faster LTE than the iPhone 5s.
Apple has massively improved the iPhone 6 camera and added a few nifty features. For instance, you can capture photos in dynamically selected intervals.
Both new iPhones that have the capability to record video in the super slow motion of 240 frames per second. To test this feature, simply open your camera and swipe over until you see the slow-mo option.
iPhone 6 owners who also own the iPad can use Handoff, a feature that allows calls and texts to the iPhone appear on your iPad. You can answer these calls, and speak over speakerphone or headphones with a functioning microphone.
Dual Pane Mode
When using Messages and Mail in the 6 Plus' exclusive Dual Pane landscape mode, you can view a list of your most recent conversations on the left side of the screen while reading each message in full on the right.
The iPhone 6 also takes advantage of Apple Pay (Unfortunately, not available in India yet), which stores your payment cards to Passbook and uses the phone's NFC chip to let you pay for goods with a quick tap of the phone at supporting stores.
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