While there are newer generations of iPhone out there, the iPhone 6 was an impressive handset in its own right when it launched, introducing a new rounded aesthetic to Apple’s line of flagships and delivering the characteristic intuitive functionality and operation that Apple is renowned for.
How does it handle?
Although 1GB of RAM isn’t a huge amount in today’s smartphone market, the way Apple has optimised its iOS operating system, along with the A8 chipset and RAM, means that it functions way more smoothly than the spec sheet may imply.
Is the camera any good?
The first iPhone to feature focus pixels, the camera on the iPhone 6 is fast to autofocus, simple to operate, and produces some of the most consistently good-looking images of any of the competitors at that price point. Apple handsets have always excelled at low-light photography over the Android competition, and the iPhone 6 is no exception.
How does the battery hold up?
Thanks to the optimisation of the A8 processor now drawing 50% less power than the A7 chipset before it, the iPhone 6 endures much more than its predecessor and can comfortably last a day of heavy usage, maybe even a day and a half if you tone down the performance heavy tasks like capturing or watching video and playing games.