Over the years, we've seen the iPhone evolve -- and grow. It began as just the iPhone. Soon it learned how to 3G, it gained an S (it would lose and gain this every other year), and it even learned to read fingerprints. Years of hard work and dedication have made the iPhone into what it is today, the iPhone 6 Plus.
Join us as we explore this gargantuan iPhone 6 Plus.
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Apple A8 processor with 64-bit architecture
M8 second-generation motion coprocessor
16 GB, 64 GB, or 128 GB onboard storage capacity
5.5-inch 1,920x1,080 pixels (401 ppi) Retina HD display
8 MP iSight camera (with 1.5΅ pixels, phase-detection autofocus, and optical image stabilization) and a 1.2 MP FaceTime camera
Touch ID home button fingerprint sensor, barometer, 3-axis gyro, accelerometer, ambient light sensor
802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi‑Fi + Bluetooth 4.0 + NFC + 20-band LTE
The teardowns are great like Liz said. Especially when we get to see the "inside" of different competitors (like Samsung and Apple) making the same product. I guess the competition between these big companies has really evolved the production and hence helped the customers gain added advantage with every new product manufactured. That being said, i am more comfortable with Samsung products but i believe Apple is above all when it comes to the symmetry and placement of each component in the product. Keep up the good work Miroslav.
I like seeing teardowns, but 55 slides. And sometimes the darn things do not load the fastest. I gave up on slide 16.
Maybe condense the slide visuals and use a few more words under the pictures.
Nice to see a large battery. My biggest complaint with the I5 is the battery dies in less than a day of heavy use. Back in the Blackberry days, my Fire would go days without a charge. And I did not baby its use to prolong the battery life. My iphone I have to limit my end of day use if I do not have my charger cable with. Real pain in the ... Hope the bigger battery here actually gives you realistic time between charges and is not simply bigger because this device is even more power hungary.
I love these teardowns of gadgets! They give us all the info and more we need to know before buying something new. From the looks of this, I think I'll stick with the iPhone I have. It doesn't seem like there are so many new bells and whistles.
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