Four months with the iPhone 6 Plus
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I have now been using my iPhone 6 Plus for four months, and when I say using it I mean practically my entire digital, communication and writing life is on it. I do everything from writing and uploading blogposts to paying for my coffee in Starbucks with it. So how has it been for me, I hear you ask? Firstly I will explain a little about my technology habits. If you follow my blog, you will be aware that I am a bit of a technophile. I love anything to do do with tech and can't get enough of it, and this love affair is mainly thanks to Apple. I give far to much money to Apple, but all the time they are producing what they do, I will be happy to contribute to their multi £billion profits. I have owned iPhones from the very beginning, however when I got to the iPhone 4s I was growing a little tired of the minuscule screen size and I did a foolish thing - I bought a Samsung! I was intrigued to see what all the Android fans were going on about. I wanted a bigger screen, upgradable storage, a replaceable battery. After six months of enduring the Samsung, Apple came to my rescue and released a bigger screen iPhone, and so I went back, with my tail between my legs. I went for the 5.5 inch 6 plus, over the 4.7 inch 6, for two reasons: firstly, having owned the Galaxy s4 it wasn't a huge jump up; I knew what I was getting myself in for. I'm pretty sure everyone who has gone from the 5/5s to the 6 saying that the 6 Plus was ‘too big’ will go for the bigger screen next time around. It is just a case of getting used to the size and then you will want more! I would like to see an iPhone 6 plus-plus, but I'm sure that won't happen. Secondly, the superior battery life. I had suffered long enough with the Samsung battery: despite it being replaceable, it still needed swapping out every few hours, and how many spares can you carry? I ask you.
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