Published: November 3rd 2014
The new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are literally the biggest change to the iPhone lineup in years, offering 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch displays respectively. The hardware design has been overhauled as well, replacing the straight and somewhat conservative lines with curvy edges that seamlessly transition between the glass screen and annodised aluminium body. The new iOS 8 operating system offers a raft of productivity-enhanced features such as the predictive text QuickType keyboard (and support for third party keyboards), iCloud Drive for storing and sharing documents between devices, and the ability to share photos, calendars, location and purchased content with up to six people.
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