The iPhone 6 Plus breaks a lot of the rules and defies a lot of the logic that Apple has stuck to for a number of years. It's a copycat device, it chases a market that the company did not create for itself, it introduces fragmentation in a previously restrained product lineup, and it doesn't immediately give you the sense that you need to own one. In short, it's the most un-Apple-like Apple product we've seen in a very, very long time.
The oversized iPhone 6 Plus marks a rare instance of Apple being an industry follower rather than a trendsetter. The 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus goes up against similar-sized Android phones which have been available for years at every point on the price spectrum. However, thereâ€™s no stylus, no multitasking, and no feature that really takes advantage of the iPhone 6 Plus compared to the slightly smaller iPhone 6. Even so, if you like big phones, youâ€™ll love the iPhone 6 Plus for its great battery life and phenomenal camera. Optical image stabilisation allows for some unbelievably clear and detailed shots in low light.
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