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Apple Announces iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus with New Innovative Features


As Apple did with last year’s smartphone providing, it’s sticking with two new iPhones. From specifications to features, screen size, and its release date, here’s what you need to know.

The few features offered in the Apple new smartphones:

New design: The fresh design of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus is easy to hold, bigger, and rounder. The iPhone 6 Plus is launched in a 7.1 mm thick and 6.9 mm for the iPhone 6. iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are light weight and thinner than the earlier models.

4.7-inch and 5.5-inch Bigger Display: The Apple new smartphones are available with Retina HD display, around 2X the resolution of the earlier models display. Resolution of both devices is 1,334 x 750 (iPhone 6) and 1,920 x 1080 (iPhone 6 Plus).

A8 chip 64-bit: The Apple new smartphones cover the latest A8 chip, As compared to A7 chip, A8 chip has 2 billion transistors double than A7.

M8 co-processor: Latest co-processor works together with the main chip to constantly measure motion data without exhausting battery. The M8 co-processor is made for activities and fitness.

8-megapixel camera and 2.2 aperture camera: The camera is enhanced from the earlier models, with new added features, like new sensor.

Enhanced battery: At least, comparably. Phil Schiller (Vice President) said the Apple new smartphones will be as efficient as the iPhone 5s. Assume around 11 hours of Wi-Fi browsing and movie watching, and around 14 hours of browsing and video on the iPhone 6 Plus.

Faster networking, LTE: Now speeds are up to 150 Mpbs, compared to 100 Mbps in earlier models. The Apple new smartphones also come with 802.11ac networking for faster work and home speeds.

Built-in in the latest version of iOS 8, which offers with the Apple new smartphones

Apple Pay with Near-field communications (NFC): Apple introduces an innovative mobile payment system, the iPhone 6 is using new NFC chip, will allow you to pay for cost effective products from their smartphones. Integrating with Passbook and Touch ID, you can improve a new card from iTunes or by scanning the card with the camera.

Text messages support in iMessage:  Now synchronize outdated SMS messages to other devices, including Macs with iMessage.

Calling with Wi-Fi: Users can now call over work or home Wi-Fi networks. Now, it is sustained on EE in the UK, and T-Mobile in the US.

Handoff: If user is working on Mac and he wants to change amongst smartphones, he can “handoff” to running iOS 8, devices, as long as he is within a near proximity. Many existing apps, Messages, like Safari, and Mail, will work from the beginning, as will various third-party apps serving support.

iCloud drive: Smartphones running the hottest iOS 8 will have its own available app for browsing through your iCloud, alike to a cloud-based file manager.

Interactive push notifications: You can now pull down from a notification and reply at the same time, without having to quit the app you’re using.

HealthKit: Now, Apple includes HealthKit on iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, a dedicated app, and panned to work with third-party services and apps, it participates with prominent bodies so it can link with hospitals and doctors. It works effortlessly with iWatch, the company’s new wearable.

Features enterprise: iOS 8 contains a number of manageability features and enterprise-focused, with Device Enrollment Program, which looks up your device on its own — like contacts, mail, apps, and more. It also contains with per-message S/MIME, third-party document providers, increased security, and VIP message threads that are displayed on the lock screen.

Third-party keyboards and QuickType: New predictive typing suggestions for words, you are able to type faster your emails and text messages by using context suggestions, styles of writing and several patterns are predicted based on who you are contacting. Extra and third-party keyboard support will also come with iOS 8, tangible the entrance for main options, such as SwiftKey.