Bigger is better, right? While smartphone screens are getting bigger, providing an even better viewing experience for movies, streaming video and games, there might just be a very important consideration that you overlooked.
With Apple's big rollout of their new - and bigger - iPhone 6, lots of folks are planning to upgrade as soon as it's available. Meanwhile, other brands have released new models so they are not overshadowed by Apple's buzz.
Are you ready to dive into the upgrade pool? Well, there might be just one thing holding you back. Something that is making you anxious, making you feel unprepared. It is not the new look. And it is not the amazing new speed and features either.
It is this: "Which size should I buy?"
The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus models are both bigger than the last generation 5s and 5c, which were both slight size increases compared to all iPhones that came before. So, which of the two new models better suits your needs from a strictly physical perspective?
Well, I have just the solution for you. It's a really simple trick that allows you to make your decision prior to heading into the store or ordering online. And guess what? It's using skills you probably learned in kindergarten!