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Sep 22 2014 1:14AM EST | Source: CNET iPhone Atlas
Apple is introducing a new stock keyboard for iOS users with the release of iOS 8.

Sep 22 2014 1:12AM EST | Source: CNET iPhone Atlas
With better app sharing a staple of iOS 8, organization is going to be crucial in making the experience pleasant.

Sep 22 2014 1:10AM EST | Source: CNET iPhone Atlas
Widgets are one of the many attractive new features of iOS 8; perhaps one of the most attractive.

Sep 22 2014 12:50AM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's initial public offering now ranks as the world's biggest in history at $25 billion, after the e-commerce giant and some of its shareholders sold additional shares.

Sep 22 2014 12:27AM EST | Source: CNET iPhone Atlas
Previously, you had to tap a button before iOS would transcribe your voice to text.

Sep 22 2014 12:09AM EST | Source: CNET iPhone Atlas
Previously, you had to tap a button before iOS would transcribe your voice to text.

Sep 21 2014 11:51PM EST | Source: CNET iPhone Atlas
No longer will families be forced to share Apple IDs and passwords to share purchases. Rejoice!

Sep 21 2014 11:46PM EST | Source: CNET iPhone Atlas
A new feature called Handoff makes it easy to switch between devices without losing your work.

Sep 21 2014 11:27PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Workers at German warehouses of online retailer Amazon.com took strike action again on Monday as labor union Verdi pressed its demands in a long-running dispute over pay and conditions.

Sep 21 2014 11:18PM EST | Source: CNET iPhone Atlas
iOS 8 isn't just about releasing new features built by Apple, it's about enabling developers to build amazing apps and services for our iPhones and iPads.

Sep 21 2014 10:55PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Alibaba Group Holding Ltd and some of its shareholders have sold an additional 48 million shares, a source with direct knowledge of the deal said on Monday, making its IPO the biggest-ever globally at a value of $25.03 billion.

Sep 21 2014 5:00PM EST | Source: MacLife.com

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Sep 21 2014 4:55AM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's SoftBank Corp said it expected a gain of about 500 billion yen ($4.6 billion) from Alibaba Group Holding's share listing in New York, where the Chinese e-commerce leader surged 38 percent on its first day of trade.

Sep 21 2014 4:52AM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
BEIJING (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp has delayed the launch of its Xbox One game console in China, which had been set for release on Tuesday, but the world's biggest software company said it would be released by the end of the year.

Sep 20 2014 7:12PM EST | Source: CNET iPad Atlas
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Sep 20 2014 5:00PM EST | Source: MacLife.com

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Sep 20 2014 3:22PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Facebook Inc's Oculus VR unit announced an upgraded prototype of its virtual reality headset that has higher resolution and built-in audio, but the company said it is not ready to sell a device to consumers.

Sep 20 2014 2:29PM EST | Source: Geek.com
The iOS 8 update brings a number of cool new features to Apple devices, but one thing it most certainly does not do is enable wireless charging via a microwave. Why is that […]

Sep 20 2014 11:32AM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Oliver Samwer, chief executive and co-founder of Rocket Internet is in a position to increase his stake in the German venture capital firm under a stock options program that will be part of its planned stock market listing, a German magazine report said on Saturday.

Sep 20 2014 1:02AM EST | Source: MacLife.com

There are countless other reviews of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus online, many of which laboriously compare each and every tech spec to all the other phones on the market. If you’d like to delve into an especially thorough point-by-point examination, I recommend this 11-page opus from our sister site TechRadar. In light of that, I’m going to skip the tech talk and get straight to the point: iPhone 6 is awesome. Shocker, huh? Wait, I’ve got another one for you: it’s the best iPhone ever made. Gasp!

Neither statement should come as a surprise, since every iPhone has been better than the last. As you would expect, the iPhone 6 takes better pictures, has a faster processor, is thinner, etc. None of these areas show drastic improvement, but they’re noticeably better. Like I said, all of this is what you’d expect from a new iPhone, so I’m going to focus on what you can’t predict as easily; what — when it comes down to it — matters most: how it feels to hold and operate in everyday use.

The biggest changes with this year’s models are size and shape. The iPhone 6 Plus has clearly made the biggest jump in this area, but even the standard 4.7-inch model feels a lot larger in the hand than previous versions. That’s because this is the first iPhone that can’t be entirely operated in one hand. Your thumb can almost reach the opposite top corner, but you need to shift your grip to do so. It’s totally workable, even if using the phone this way isn’t quite as comfortable as before, and I’m pretty sure the trade-off is worth it. I’ll have to live with the phone a little longer to be sure, but I think it will be hard to go back to the smaller screen once I’m used to iPhone 6; my 5s already seems small to me now.

The extra screen space is not only prettier and easier to look at, but it is sometimes used to fit in some extra functionality. The Home screen, for example, has room for an extra row of apps. And when held sideways, the keyboard gains two new columns of keys that include arrow keys, an undo button, and quick access to periods and commas. Or if simply seeing your phone better is the priority, you can select Zoom view in Settings to blow everything up.

Screen size is ultimately the only thing you need to look at when considering iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus — do you want a bigger screen, and if so, how big do you want it? The Plus has a couple unique selling points: optical image stabilization for photos and videos, and select apps that more closely resemble their iPad counterparts with split-screen view or a few extra onscreen details. But for me, I have to be able to fit a phone in my pocket. The regular iPhone 6 has plenty of room in my loose jeans pocket, but the Plus pokes out a little when I sit down. It’s the perfect size for a purse, though.

To be honest, neither phone is a real game-changer. In fact, varying competing phones could give you a bigger screen, higher resolution, longer battery life, or a faster processor. But none of those phones do it all; they each have at least one significant flaw, whereas Apple’s devices are at least “great” in every area. Plus, they run iOS 8, a massive advantage over Android or anything else in my book.

The 4.7-inch iPhone 6 is a lovely phone, but if you’re not yet eligible for an upgrade, I wouldn’t sweat it. The Plus is probably more compelling if you’ve been waiting for Apple to enter the phablet race. There really isn’t anything significant to complain about with either, so if you’re able to upgrade, treat yourself and enjoy life.

Be sure to check out our iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus Buyer's Guide, plus our list of 50 iOS 8 Tips and Tricks.

Review Synopsis


iPhone 6/iPhone 6 Plus






$199/$299 for 16GB, $299/$399 for 64GB, $399/$499 for 128GB, all with a two-year contract


Specs: A8 chip with 64-bit architecture, M8 motion coprocessor, 4.7-inch/5.5-inch 1334x750/1920x1080 Retina display, dual-band Wi-Fi, LTE, Bluetooth 4.0, 8-megapixel 1080p iSight camera with LED flash, 1.2-megapixel 720p FaceTime camera, Lightning port. Includes Lightning-to-USB cable, USB charger, and Apple EarPods.


The extra display sizes make everything better. Slimmer, sexier tech. No more need to "go Android" for a phablet.


One-handed operation takes a hit with the standard model; forget it with the plus. Even the 4.7-inch version is a little harder to pocket.

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