What less features?So from what I can see it still offers less features than phones already available on the market that are a fraction of the cost. But in true Apple style their clever marketing will ensure that people will still camp out for week to buy one.
This.If you want just a phone there are better ones out there, but if ya got a macbook, a ipad, ipod, then to get a different phone just complicates things. There operating system and the way different things will integrate just plain and simply works. I dunno if I will bother with the 6 as I have a 5S and a 5 for work, work contract is due soon so I don't wanna get a 6 for work and a 6 for myself. Would be pointless lol
On paper, the iPhone 6 certainly seems to be putting up the good fight with Android flagships, and Apple is definitely looking to deliver to users the hardware features (like OIS, NFC, a large high-resolution display) that have been missing in its lineup. The iPhone 6 also gains a distinct advantage with its overall slimmer profile, though the tradeoff is a slightly smaller display. It must be noted however, until the real world performance of the smartphone is measured against its rivals, it will be very difficult to say which flagship comes out on top.