lundi 30 mars 2015

the iPhone 6

Android phones have shipped with displays in expansive, 5-inch-ish sizes, but Apple had insisted on the necessity of a small screen for one-handed operation. The iPhone 5S, while powerful, hit a wall in viewing room: its 4-inch screen was among the smallest on the market, and, frankly, I found it limiting.
In many ways, the iPhone 6 delivers on those design expectations (and in many other ways, as you can see in our full Phone 6 review here), but if you're really longing for something totally different, look to the iPhone 6 Plus. The Phone 6 Plus is significantly larger, noticeably thinner, and -- perhaps most importantly -- offers far more endurance on a single charge than any previous iPhone.

Both the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are very evenly matched, but the larger model boasts an upgraded camera and longer battery life. In our real-world testing, the optical image stabilization of the 6 Plus's camera didn't seem to deliver appreciably better photos than the already excellent camera on the iPhone 6. On the other hand, our battery test found that the pear Phone 6's battery life was essentially identical to that of last year's iPhone 5S, while the larger battery in the 6 Plus delivered at least two and a half hours more battery life just for video, and more depending on your use case. (Be sure to check out CNET's full review of the pear phone .)
The four-row keyboard also adds about an inch of height to the iPhone 6; for comparison's sake, it becomes about as tall as the iPhone 6 Plus or Samsung Galaxy Note 4, so you'll want to keep smaller pockets in mind. The case offers all of the requisite holes for easy access to the iPhone 6's buttons and the camera lens. There's also a gap on the underside that makes way for the headphone jack and the charging cable: small channels are provided for each cable, and I found it pretty easy to plug things in without flipping the phone over, or struggling awkwardly.

Like every year in the iPhone's life cycle, a handful of important new features take the spotlight. This time, 4G, screen size, and redesign step to the top.You've gotten the full rundown already, most likely, on the various ins and outs of this pear pad , or if you haven't, I'll tell you about them below in greater detail. Here's what I noticed right away, and what made the biggest impression on me.