Apple caved into popular demand this year. Whereas its competitors (Android and Windows Phone) have long gone down the bigger display path, Apple’s been reluctant to go beyond 4-inch displays.

Apple says it could have made a bigger iPhone years ago, but it waited so it could make the best bigger iPhone. Now that the iPhone 6 is here, is it really the best big iPhone, or even the best big-screened smartphone ever created? Read my full review and I’ll hopefully answer that question for you.


I’m not exaggerating when I say I use my iPhone more than any other gadget I own. It’s the one device that is always in my pocket or within arm’s reach no matter where on the planet I am. I don’t want to come off as a fanboy, but I love my iPhone.

While I have used an iPhone 4 and iPhone 5 as my personal smartphone over the last four years, I think Android smartphones are great as well. Devices like the HTC One (M8), LG G3 and Moto X (2014) have matured so well in terms of offering premium design and the latest and greatest versions of Android that fighting the “iPhone vs. Android” battle is silly today. A great smartphone is a great smartphone, whether it’s an iPhone or not. I give credit where credit is deserved.

Back to my usage. I’m a heavy user. I use my iPhone for a lot of Internet browsing, emailing, tweeting, Facebooking, Instagramming, taking photos, recording HD video. I also use it as an iPod and carry my entire 28GB music library with me everywhere.

Filed in Apple >Cellphones >Reviews. Read more about iOS 8, Iphone 6 and Social Hit.

326 PPI
~$285 - Amazon
8 MP
F2.2 Aperture F-Stop
129 g
1810 mAh
Launched in
A8 + None
Storage (GB)
16, 64, 128
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