Netflix subscription (£6)
Use an iPhone 6 Plus for a while and an old iPhone 5S or 5C will start to seem like a dinky little toy. A 5.5-inch screen is about a thousand times better for watching a quick TV episode while on the way to work. So perhaps it’s time to sign up for Netflix.
For the uninitiated, this is the top paid-for subscription streaming service, giving you unlimited access to thousands of movies and TV episodes. There’s no long-term contract, either. Want to sign up for one month (just £6)? No problem.
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DriveTime iPhone 6 Plus In-Car Pack (£18)
The larger screen of the iPhone 6 Plus makes it a great choice as a dashboard GPS unit. However, doing so by holding the phone in your hand is a sure-fire ticket to the hospital or prison. Fortunately, there are plenty of solutions out there.
The DriveTime get-up includes a clip suction stand, a charge cable and an adapter to plug into the cigarette lighter port. It doesn’t cost too much, either.
Audio Technica ATH-M50x (£120)
Going big on your phone? Why not go big on headphones too? The Audio Technica ATH-M50x offer some of the very best audio you can get at the price, and selling for just over £100 can even go head-to-head with sets twice the price.
They’re over-ear headphones that offer both a short cable for when you’re out and about and a springy one that’s better for at-home use. These are based on a classic pair of studio headphones, so it’s no wonder they’re a little bit special.
Apple leather case (£40)
Not interested in a giant protective case? Apple’s leather ones offer slimline protection that doesn’t ruin the iPhone 6 Plus’s lines. They also manage to avoid looking too fusty, with bright red and blue versions on offer if you’re not into the more traditional leather colours of black, brown and cream.
As is the norm with Apple accessories, it doesn’t come cheap at £40, but if you want to stay 100% on-brand, it’s a must-have.
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