The 4.7in iPhone 6 wasn’t the only smartphone Apple revealed at its launch event. Meet the 5.5in iPhone 6 Plus – the very first iPhablet.
Although it looks like a stretched out iPhone 6, there are still a few key differences. Here’s everything you need to know:
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The iPhablet is born
The iPhone 6 Plus shares the same rounded iPad-inspired design as its 4.7in brother. That means rounder corners and softer edges, which could make it more comfortable to hold in the hands than the sharp chamfered edges of the iPhone 5s.
Its power button has mercifully moved to the right hand side, allowing for easy one-thumb access despite its size.
The 6 Plus is marginally thicker than the regular iPhone 6, measuring in at 7.1mm, but it’s still thinner than the iPhone 5s, which is impressive in itself.