iPhone 6 Plus: Five Best And Worst Features Of Apple's Phablet

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    Apple iPhones are undoubtedly the best smartphones available in the market. The company has finally jumps into the so-called "phablet" market with the launch of the bigger screen iPhone 6 Plus.

    Recently, Apple has started a replacement program for the iPhone 6 Plus owners, who are facing issues with their iPhone's camera performance. Apple said that it has found some manufacturing fault in some iPhone 6 Plus units that were sold between September 2014 and January 2015, due to which the affected phones are producing blurry images.

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    The Apple iPhone 6 Plus sports a 5.5 inch display with an Retina HD display at 1920x1080 pixels resolution. The pixel density of the iPhone 6 Plus is 400ppi and iOS has been tweaked accordingly to take advantage of the large screen.

    The iPhone 6 Plus measures just 7.1mm but the phone is not the thinnest in the market. Apple's new iPhone 6 Plus is powered by the new 64-bit A8 chipset, which the company claims is up to 50 percent more power efficient than the original A7 processor and paired with 1GB of RAM.

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    Furthermore, it comes with an 8 megapixel iSight rear-facing camera with a True Tone dual-LED Flash and a 1.2 megapixel snapper at front.

    To provide a better perspective on the Apple iPhone 6 Plus, we have jotted down the best and worst features of the Apple's phablet. Take a look at the slider below.

    The Best:

    The Apple iPhone 6 Plus sports a bigger 5.5 inch display with its very own Retina HD display. The screen is not just bigger, it is sharp and bright. Photos and videos on the bigger display of iPhone 6 Plus looks great.

    The Best:

    Apple has ditched its more regular design of iPhone 4/4S and iPhone 5/5S. The best part, Apple came up with unibody aluminum chassis. Even compared to its size, the phone is quite light and thing.

    The Best:

    The iPhone 6 Plus is powered by a dual-core 1.4 GHz A8 processor paired with quad-core PowerVR GX6450 graphics and 1GB of RAM. Launching most apps and games on the smartphones appears to be faster when compared with the previous version of iPhones.

    The Best

    Apple improved its camera with new features. The iPhone 6 Plus comes with 8 megapixel rear camera, which Apple calls it as iSight camera. The rear camera comes with optical image stabilization, phase detection autofocus, dual tone dual-LED flash and 1080HD video recording.

    The Best:

    The Touch ID allows you to unlock your smartphone and also authorize your purchase using merely your fingerprint. Touch ID works almost flawless all the time. There are many Android smartphone out in the market, but has not implemented a fingerprint reader that works as well as Touch ID.

    The Worst:

    Apple iPhone 6 Pluse has a wonderful build quality and even looks great. Interestingly, Apple came up with unibody aluminum chassis design, but could have added a more textured or grippy finish on the back of the iPhone 6 Plus.


    The Worst:

    The Apple iPhone 6 Plus comes with three storage variants: 16/64/128 GB. But there is no SD card slot to expand memory.

    The Worst:

    The iPhone 6 Plus takes great photos, but it still supports a far fewer pixels than other Android flagship smartphones. However, the 8 megapixel camera on iPhone 6 Plus is a disadvantage when compared to other smartphones.

    The Worst:

    There are many Android smartphone out in the market that offer 4K video recording. But considering the 1080p recording in the iPhone 6 Plus is a drawback of the phone.

    The Worst:

    Apple iPhone 6 Plus comes with a premium price tag in India. The 64GB and 128GB iPhone 6 Plus will now cost Rs. 65,000 and Rs. 74,000 respectively.

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