After rumors and customer demand, Apple on 9th September, 2014, Tuesday unveiled two new, bigger iPhones, just as all the leaks suggested, including the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus.
iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus - What Do You Need To Know?
After rumors and customer demand, Apple on 9th September,
2014, Tuesday unveiled two new, bigger iPhones, just as all the
leaks suggested, including the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and the 5.5-
inch iPhone 6 Plus.
RETINA HD DISPLAY
RESOLUTION: 326 PPI
iPhone 6 Plus
RETINA HD DISPLAY
RESOLUTION: 401 PPI
iPhone 6 isn’t simply bigger — it’s better in every
way. Larger, yet dramatically thinner. More
powerful, but remarkably power efficient. With a
smooth metal surface that seamlessly meets the
new Retina HD display. It’s one continuous form
where hardware and software function in perfect
unison, creating a new generation of iPhone that’s
better by any measure.
iPhone at its largest.
In creating iPhone 6, Apple
scrutinized every element and
material. That’s how Apple
arrived at a smooth, continuous
form. A thinner profile made
possible by its thinnest display
yet. And intuitively placed
buttons. All made with beautiful
anodized aluminum, stainless
steel, and glass. It’s a thousand
tiny details that add up to
something big. Or in this case,
two big things: iPhone 6 and
iPhone 6 Plus.
iPhone 6 Plus
An innovative seamless design.
The first thing you notice when you hold iPhone 6 is how great it
feels in your hand. The cover glass curves down around the sides
to meet the anodized aluminum enclosure in a remarkable,
simplified design. There are no distinct edges. No gaps. Just a
smooth, seamless bond of metal and glass that feels like one
The elements of beautiful design.
To create a larger iPhone that’s extraordinarily light, Apple
pioneered new display technologies. They carefully selected every
material. Each detail was meticulously designed, engineered, and
crafted until iPhone had an incredibly thin, continuous form. From
the anodized aluminum and stainless steel to the curve of the
polished glass, iPhone 6 is worth its weight in gold, silver, and
Not just a bigger display.
A better display.
The size of the new, higher-resolution
Retina HD displays on
iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus may
be the first thing you notice. But
what you experience is so much
more. With innovations that
deliver higher contrast,
dual-domain pixels for more
accurate color at wider viewing
angles, and an improved
polarizer, these are the thinnest,
most advanced Multi-Touch
displays they have ever made.
Rather than using traditional methods to create the higher-resolution
Retina HD display, Apple developed an advanced
process of photo alignment. This involves using UV light to
precisely position the display’s liquid crystals so they lay exactly
where they should. Better-aligned crystals deliver a superior
viewing experience, with deeper blacks and sharper text.
Larger displays make sharing easier. To
make sure everyone experiences
stunning clarity, the new Retina HD
display has dual-domain pixels to enable
color accuracy from corner to corner. So
movies and photos stay true, even when
viewing from wider angles.
Hugely powerful. Enormously efficient.
iPhone 6 features an A8 chip built on second-generation 64-bit
desktop-class architecture. Its incredible power is enhanced by
an M8 motion coprocessor that efficiently measures your
activity from advanced sensors, including a new barometer. So
you can do more, for longer periods of time, with better
performance and battery life.
Metal raises the game.
To get the greatest graphics performance out of the A8 chip
and iOS 8, Apple introduced Metal — a new technology that
lets developers create highly immersive console-style games on
iPhone. Metal is optimized to allow the CPU and GPU to work
together to deliver detailed graphics and complex visual effects.
So every imaginary world you visit will feel much more realistic.
Technology that moves
When you’re in motion,
the M8 motion
measures data from the
gyroscope, and a new
barometer. This offloads
work from the A8 chip
for improved power
efficiency. And now
those sensors do even
more, measuring your
steps, distance, and
The camera that changed
photos now does the same
More people take more
photos with iPhone than
with any other camera. And
now the iSight camera has a
new sensor with Focus
Pixels and new video
features, like 1080p HD at
60 fps, slo-mo at 240 fps,
and time-lapse video mode.
So you’ll have more reasons
to capture more moments
on video, too.
Far and wide.
iPhone 6 has faster LTE download
speeds and it supports more LTE
bands than any other
Smartphone so you can roam in
more places. And when
connected to Wi-Fi, you’ll get up
to 3x faster speeds.
iPhone 6 supports more advanced
wireless technologies to boost
performance and help you connect
to the things — and people — that
Up to 3x faster Wi-Fi.
With new support for 802.11ac,
you’ll experience up to 3x faster
Wi-Fi than with 802.11n.
iPhone 6 lets you initiate calls over
Wi-Fi using your own phone
number. Which helps when you
don’t have a good cellular signal.
And once you go out of range of
your Wi-Fi connection, your call can
seamlessly transition to VoLTE. So
when you’re going from your house
to your car to your office, your call
switches over without any
Security. Right at your fingertip.
Your fingerprint is the perfect password.
You always have it with you. And no one
can ever guess what it is.
Apple’s breakthrough Touch ID
technology uses a unique
fingerprint identity sensor to
make unlocking your phone easy
and secure. And with new
developments in iOS 8 and
Touch ID, your fingerprint will
grant you faster access to so
Music. Movies. Books. Apps.
Yours with a single touch.
Touch ID does more than just
let you unlock your iPhone.
Your fingerprint can also
approve purchases from
iTunes, iBooks, and the App
Store, so you don’t have to
enter your password or billing
information again and again.
And for the first time,
developers can integrate
Touch ID into third party
Your wallet. Without the wallet.
Apple completely rethought how
you pay to make shopping faster,
easier, and more secure. Apple
Pay combines the convenience
and security of Touch ID and
Passbook with NFC technology.
So you can use iPhone 6 to pay
in stores and within apps with a
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