iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iWatch and Apple Pay – Some points from the news

iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus (Source: Apple.com)
iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus (Source: Apple.com)

Apple Inc. has just released its new gadgets; iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and iWatch. iPhones will be available to customers in the month of September and iWatch will be available next year. Apple Inc. has also introduced a mobile payment system, named Apple Pay.

ABC News has recently posted some important points related to new iPhones.

iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus can easily be differentiated from one another due to their different sizes. Previous iPhone, i.e. iPhone 5S was of 4 inches, but iPhone 6 has 4.7 inches and iPhone 6 Plus has 5.5 inches of size diagonally. This size would give a good level of competition to Samsung that has a huge share in giant phone market.

iPhone 6 comes in the price of $199 for a 16GB phone, $299 for 64GB phone, and $399 for 128 GB phone, with two years contract. On the other hand, iPhone 6 Plus has $299 for 16 GB phone, $399 for 64 GB phone and $499 for 128 GB phone.

According to information on Apple’s website, iPhone 6 has up to 14 hours of talk time on 3G. On the other hand, iPhone 6 Plus has 24 hours of talk time. For internet surfing on Wi-Fi, iPhone 6 has 11 hours. On the other hand, iPhone 6 Plus has 12 hours time. For videos, iPhone 6 has 11 hours of video playback time and iPhone 6 Plus has 14 hours of playback time.

CBS News has recently posted some points related to new iPhones. iPhone 6 has an aluminium body and glass front curving around the sides. iPhone 6 screen has over 1 million pixels. On the other hand, iPhone 6 Plus has over 2 million pixels.

Cook noted that Americans make roughly 200 million payments per day, and with the introduction of Apply Pay, people can pay for goods without sharing any personal information or credit cards. This payment system has been made useful with the help of near-field communication (NFC) that is the short distance wireless technology.

Apple Watch is considered as the first-generation of wearable device and the company is hopeful about making it a necessary companion for people having iPhones.

iWatch (Source: Apple.com)
iWatch (Source: Apple.com)

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