Imagine having a smartphone? And go for Apple’s iPhone 6 smartphone.
Released 19th September 2014, is a classic smartphone, a must have if you understand the meaning of having and using a smartphone. Boasts of many great features in the history of smartphones during its reign as one of the best, it was worth buying.
Imagine having iPhone 5 with fingerprint scanner, a great camera and iOS 8 upgradable to Ios 10.8.6, sleek and metallic with aluminum as base material then you hear of iPhone 6, you could imagine what I am thinking, it’s a must buy too.
It came with great features such as; its body has a dimensions 138.1 x 67 x 6.9 mm (5.44 x 2.64 x 0.27 in) and weighing 129 grams, glass built front (Gorilla Glass), aluminum back, aluminum frame, sim type; Nano-SIM. It has a display of IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors, with screen size of 4.7 inches and resolution of 750 x 1334 pixels, 16:9 ratio with an Ion-strengthened glass, oleophobic coating protection. Base platform iOS 8 upgradeable to iOS 12.4.6, a CPU boasting a Dual core 1.4 Ghz Typhoon and PowerVR gx450 quad core graphics, an internal memory of 16gb upto 128 and 1 GB RAM.
The main camera boasts of single 8MP, with Dual-LED-tone-flash, HDR and video quality of 1080p@60fps, and 720p@240fps. Fingerprint (front-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer; Siri natural language commands and dictation; Non-removable Li-Po 1810 mAh battery (6.9 Wh) that lasts for 3 days maximum use.
This smartphone is very strong and durable just like its predecessor, iPhone 4 and iPhone 5. iPhones have been here with us for around 25 years now but they are not very popular in most African countries especially in the Sub Saharan Africa that has Android smartphones flooding their markets and this is because iPhones are very expensive.
In Kenya when you think of an iPhone or when someone talks about having an iPhone smartphone, people in Kenya take that person as very rich or very official.
This mentality is true and its because iPhones are expensive, but if you have iPhone smartphone, there are features that require internet and you must also live where there is proper supply of electricity. Like iPhone 6, Siri command works fine and can help quite well where you need emergency information about a nearest hotel, restaurant, airport, nearest hospital and weather forecast, the only problem is that you can’t get these feature to work without internet, the Bluetooth feature is restricted to playing music and can’t help when you need it to help share a file or document to another smartphone like Android smartphones do.
People living in rural areas where power outages are common prefer to buy android smartphones over iPhone 6, this is caused by iPhone 6 poor power endurance and they also complain of user experience nature.
Though I find it quite awesome to own an iPhone 6 or any other iPhone out there in the market that is more superior to iPhone 6, it’s easy to use, very interactive, simple and long lasting than any other brand that manufactures smartphone. Though would advise anyone to buy smartphone that your pocket dictates.
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