iPhone 6s & 6s Plus | Review

Matthew Panzarino talks about the recently released iPhone 6s and 6s Plus which were recently unveiled in Cupertino. After some time with them, the biggest takeaways was not only the improved internal chip and camera, but also certain special features of iOS 9. For instance a quicker Touch ID, Live Photo and 3D Touch, which all add layers to the iPhone experience.

20 thoughts on “iPhone 6s & 6s Plus | Review”

  1. I'm upgrading from an iPhone 3G I got in 2008 in my first year of high-school, to the 6S+ today as a 1st-year Uni student.

    It's been a wild ride friend, but time to say goodbye…

  2. Even if live photos are like gifs, gifs can be much longer than the 3 seconds the live photo is, and i guess now you can just make gifs in one touch rather than using a third party app. So if it is like a gif, I don't see the issue because it'd just be easier to make them (although it's probably not a .gif file)

  3. "Live Photos" is really nothing new. HTC did that a couple of years ago with the "Zoe" feature on their HTC One line. Basically it would take 3 second video of a picture taken. Then it takes a collection of those 3 second videos to create a highlight video for that album. Nonetheless, it's a nice feature.

  4. I'm starting to hate my note 4! Apple Alana's have new features that are actually useful, and they always have system updates! Wtf! Google needs to hurry up with marshmallow, at this rate I'm considering the iPhone 6s Plus. I'm not trying to bash on droid fans but I feel like Apple really listens to their customers. My friend bought an app and he got his money back because he was getting coins when he was leveling up. I tried to do the same on the play store and only got an email and it was just too complicated to get my refund.

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