Apple iPhone 6 & It's the little things that make a big difference!
I was looking for something that would make my everyday life an easy ride rather than a drill. Let me make this simple for you, I got an iPhone 6. It didn't take much time to order one online, select the model - 6 or 6 plus, color, storage size and you are good to go.
As a user, to get things done, the idea of going through a simple process is more appealing than a complicated one. This is where the Apple iOS comes into picture, it doesn't put 10 items on your plate and leave it to you to decide what you eat. It offers delicious 5 items and makes your choice as well as the execution process way smoother than the Android OS.
For example, I would like to change some general application settings in my iPhone. All I need to do is to go to the General Settings menu and I can access general settings for all the applications in the same window. This doesn't happen in Android, where you have to switch to each application individually to change these settings. This is one of those small things that really matter.
The most lovable thing in this phone is it's battery life. I am someone who loves to listen to music, take pictures and ask for Siri's help when I am driving. The battery easily lasts over a day even though I make calls and receive texts all the time. At 3%, the battery goes on for an hour when I am using the GPS! Try that on any other Android phones and they will die at 3%!
My first trip was to the scenic Big Sur on a Labor day weekend with this iPhone. My Google Maps was continuously used and the application has never crashed for me so far (unlike my HTC phone where I had to memorize the route before leaving home because the GPS application always crashed on it). Also, for a 8MP camera, it captures detail much more than any equivalent 8MP camera phone. Check out few pictures I have clicked with this phone:
One of the attractive feature of this camera is the SLO-MO and the TIME LAPSE video mode. Try shooting a dance video in SLO-MO and check out how cool it looks! In TIME LAPSE, the video runs in a fast forward mode. Try using that at Battery Spencer - the best view point for Golden Gate bridge in San Francisco, CA.
One small hiccup though: there's no 32G available for this model, either go for 16G or jump to 64 G.
One big thing though: Touch ID. Privacy is very important to me, and that's the reason I don't like people looking over my phone when I put my code in. No worries, Touch ID to the rescue!
You know how crazy it gets to remember login details for all the different apps on your phone. I don't have to do that with this phone. All applications have started incorporating Touch ID for signing in, so bingo I can login effortlessly!
Apart from this, Siri is a big help in setting reminders, alarms, birthdays and in finding out which song is playing in the cafe!
After all, it's those little things that make a big difference!