The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are revolutionary, because Apple finally made the decision to offer us larger displays and in the case of the iPhone 6 Plus the screen is enormous (5.5-inch / 1080p). The iPhone 6 line will be released on September 19, 2014, but early reviews are already here and guess what - Apple's new smartphones get very positive ratings and with the new iOS 8 they gain new possibilities and are even better, so it seems that users who switched to Android due to small iPhone's screens now have many reasons to come back to iOS. What's more all reviewers agree that the new iSight camera is much better in low-light thanks to the new sensor and in the case of the iPhone 6 Plus it also includes optical image stabilization, so pictures and videos just look great. The Verge published two videos (one for each iPhone 6 model) and both iPhones were rated around 9/10 (the iPhone 6 Plus was rated 8.7/10 to be exact). Most cons are reliated to iOS - the system got not optimized for larger screens and many apps need an update, but this is not something related to hardware and things should improve in the future. Nevertheless check out the videos:
iPhone 6 Plus
Stuff Magazine on the other hand rated the new iPhone 6 5/5:
"It's a real looker, with an amazingly slim and deeply attractive build. It feels lovely in the hand, despite the extra size. It has the best screen of any iPhone - big enough to be useful, with gorgeous colours. It's the most powerful iPhone ever, even if in use all you'll know is that it feels very fast. It has the best battery of any iPhone ever, lasting well into a second day. And it also packs some of Apple's biggest software innovations in years, although we'll have to wait for the likes of Apple Pay to make their way over here."
The iPhone 6 Plus got a 4/5 rating, due to its size:
"The iPhone 6 Plus will undoubtedly be too big for some hands. It's far bigger physically than any previous iPhone but also bigger than any comparable Android. The LG G3, which has the same size screen, is dwarfed by it. Even the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, with its 5.7in display, is shorter.
That said, the combination of its super-thin body and smooth metal build make it easier to hold and use than you might expect. Plus, it offers a few advantages over the iPhone 6, namely that bigger, higher-res screen and increased battery life.
Really, there's very little wrong with it beyond its size. But it is very big."
On the other hand Stuff admits, that the iPhone 6 Plus camera is a bit better:
"On the 6 Plus, though, there’s superior optical image stabilisation available, which means you can shoot in lower light situations and still get sharp images.
All the other new features - for instance improved slo-mo which now maxes out at 240fps, time-lapse and more - are present. The advantage of the bigger screen is you can frame up more exactly, without looking quite so preposterous as anyone using their iPad's camera does. Plus, you can see the results more clearly on this bigger, more detailed display."