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Review and Buyer’s Guide: iPhone 6 and Plus

Apple made two iPhones nearly identical to their older versions. The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus might look like a big upgrade on the surface, but when it comes down to whether you should spend your money on one, we’re going to help you decide.

When you see the iPhone 6, it’s a looker all right. The new model is bigger, more curved and even thinner than past iPhones, but in typical Apple fashion, the new phone keeps the basic iPhone "design." At Komando.com, we all agree that it was more "evolution" than "metamorphosis."

One of the biggest debates among iPhone users, particularly with the rise in popularity of larger-screened Samsung phones, has been the screen size. Apple departed from the traditional compact design and went with a 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus.

That makes the iPhone 6 screen almost an inch larger, well seven tenths of an inch larger to be exact, than the iPhone 5s. If you’re new to the bigger screens, it takes a little getting used to, especially if you go with the iPhone 6 Plus and its 5.5-inch display. But the screens aren’t just bigger...they’re clearer! The iPhone 6 features a 720p HD resolution, and the iPhone 6 Plus upped the ante to 1080p full HD. That means the picture on your screen is as sharp as your TV.

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