New iPhone 6

The new gadget from Apple is here and it’s coming in different colours and sizes. The new iPhone 6 has a 4.7-inch LED back-lit display with a 1334 x 750 resolution – it’s Apple’s new “Retina HD” offering. That means you get a pixel density of 326ppi – the same as the iPhone 5S.

How much cost the new iPhone 6 and 6 plus

Apple’s new iPhones are available in Gold, Silver, and Space Gray, and are available in 16, 64, and 128 GB capacities.

While both models include the same 64-bit A8 chip and the same general design, there are several differences between the two phones. The iPhone 6 measures in at 6.9mm, while the iPhone 6 Plus is slightly thicker at 7.1mm. Apple’s iPhone 6 Plus also has three major differentiating factors: optical image stabilization for the camera, and longer battery life, and an iPad-style landscape mode that displays more content on the screen.

The power button has thankfully moved to the right-hand side for easy access – a welcome change given the overall larger size of the device.

Another interesting phone feature: glass that curves around the edges of the phone. It isn’t the sapphire screen we were hearing about, but it is a slightly different design element. The phone is also slim, at 0.27-inch, or 6.9-millimeters thin

On the video front, you’ll be capturing 1080p HD video at either 30 or 60fps, with slow-motion coming in at 120 or 240fps. Continuous autofocus, while you’re shooting video, means that the camera will adjust as the subjects move around — or as you do. You can shoot video in HDR mode as well.

Apple has also made improvements to the 1.2-megapixel front-facing camera, or the FaceTime camera, as the company likes to call it. The iPhone 6 tweaks face detection and focus on aiming for better accuracy, and now weaves in HDR. Video capture here remains steady at 720p HD, and the front-facer also gets a burst mode.

For more details about availability please visit the official UK Apple Store page at http://store.apple.com/uk/buy-iphone/iphone6

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