Iphone 6 đánh giá


There is explosive demvà for bigger smartphones. A 4-inch điện thoại thông minh feels small now; somewhere around 5 inches is the new normal. Yet too many large-screen phones are cumbersome, awkward, và often just plain bad. And Apple has a long history of taking good ideas with obviously huge markets và being the first manufacturer khổng lồ really nail the execution.

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Add those three things together, & this phone on my desk isn’t at all surprising. It’s the iPhone 6: a bigger, brighter, badder iPhone designed to lớn appeal to lớn the customers for whom the iPhone 5S & its 4-inch screen now seem adorably antiquated. (Which is basically everybody.) It starts at $199 on a two-year contract and comes in silver, gold, & space gray. It’s full of new giải pháp công nghệ và crafted from a new mold. Apple intends for it khổng lồ be the new standard in a new type of smartphone, to lớn be the big-screen phone that anyone can handle. Not the first big phone, but the best. The big phone for everyone.

Of course, Samsung, HTC, and others have been making big phones too, and they have sầu years of iteration và millions of sales to show for it. This is Cupertino’s steepest climb yet: can it leapfrog the entrenched competition and prove that Apple can vì better?

The big iPhone has a big job to vì chưng.

Also: read our iPhone 6 Plus review


The whole time I’ve sầu had the iPhone 6, I’ve sầu been playing a game. I h& the phone to someone, and guess what phone they use based on their immediate reaction. iPhone users are always shocked by the sheer kích cỡ of the 6; they all think it must be the 6 Plus. Android users, on the other hvà, are unfazed. "This looks just lượt thích my phone," they all say.

They’re not wrong. The iPhone 6 is 5.44 inches tall và 2.64 inches wide, which slots it right in between last year’s Moto X (also a 4.7-inch phone) và the new Điện thoại HTC One. It’s almost exactly the same kích cỡ as Samsung’s Galaxy S5, just a little thinner and a little lighter. And it shares more in common with the world’s many Android phones — và the original, curvy iPhone — than with the sharp, rectangular iPhone 5S.

The iPhone 6 is the big iPhone for everyone

The iPhone 5S was a stark piece of jewelry, a gorgeous object that was slightly cold and unapproachable. The iPhone 6 is far friendlier và far more usable. Mixing form và function this way is hard to vày, và Apple gets it largely right.

It’s simply & cleanly designed, with a metal baông chồng that curves cleanly around the sides. There are few seams & no ugly clutter. The only real flaw is the antenna design: Apple opted khổng lồ essentially outline the top and bottom of the phone’s baông chồng with small plastic stripes where wireless radgame ios can transmit signal. It just looks bad, like someone drew on my phone with a marker. HTC’s simple, striped thiết kế on the One M8 is far better, & even Apple’s glass-strip-on-the-top-and-bottom approach for the 5S looked nicer.

In a weird way, slim & gorgeous as it is, this iPhone begs lớn have a case on it. (Apple makes some, including a really nice line of leather cases, và the third-tiệc nhỏ ecosystem is going to lớn get even bigger.) It helps obscure the unsightly plastic strips, it makes the otherwise slichồng phone a little easier to grip, & it compensates for the awkwardly protruding camera lens on the bachồng, which prevents the phone from sitting flat on a table. I’m worried I’m going lớn scratch the lens, & I’m annoyed that the phone wobbles. A case solves both problems.

The 6 is big, much bigger than the 5S or the other iPhones that came before it. It’s even bigger than some other 4.7-inch phones; because Apple refuses khổng lồ change the top & bottom bezels so as not khổng lồ disturb the big home page button, the phone is much taller than it needs to be. But it’s still usable in one hand và comfortable enough that I never feel terribly awkward using it. I have found myself holding it slightly differently, though: I tkết thúc khổng lồ rest it on my fingers rather than grip it in my palm, the better khổng lồ reach the farthest corners of the screen.

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The screen, of course, is the whole reason the iPhone 6 exists. It’s 4.7 inches diagonal: 1334 pixels tall by 750 wide. It’s not the pixel mật độ trùng lặp từ khóa curve-breaker that the Samsung Galaxy chú ý 4 is, but it’s an extremely good display. It has great color reproduction và phenomenal viewing angles, it’s viewable even in bright light thanks to lớn a new polarizer, & my eyes can’t make out individual pixels anywhere. The glass on the front slopes ever so softly inlớn the curved metallic edge, giving the iPhone 6 a sort of infinity pool effect: the screen just never seems to lớn kết thúc.

There’s something perfectly polished about the way it feels lớn use this screen. I’ve never felt so much lượt thích I was truly moving things around under my finger, manipulating icons & pictures by hvà. It’s organic & natural in a distinctly Apple way.

The iPhone 6 doesn"t feel lượt thích a gadget

With only a couple of small exceptions, this is the right way to build a larger phone. It’s thinner, more comfortable, more friendly lớn the touch. But what Apple didn’t vì chưng was come up with a way to lớn take advantage of the new screen"s real estate, or make it easier khổng lồ navigate. Other devices have sầu clever screen-unloông xã mechanisms, or styluses, or split-screen multitasking, or always-on voice control. (The iPhone 6 does let you yell "hey Siri!" to give voice commands from across the room, but only when it’s plugged in.) Apple is clearly saying a big phone is better, but it doesn’t answer the critical question: how is it different?

The 6 Plus at least gestures in this direction. A few apps work in landscape, with handy two-pane modes, and even the trang chính screen rotates on its side. On the "smaller" Model, though, the only concession khổng lồ gargantuanism is Reachability, in which you double-tap (but don’t click) the trang chính button & the whole screen just slides downward. It does the job, I suppose, but it just looks like you broke something when there’s only half an tiện ích on the screen và the rest of the display is empty.

Apple had a chance here lớn not simply make a bigger iPhone, but khổng lồ really think through how we might use a bigger iPhone differently. How a bigger iPhone changes what we can do, or see, or interact with on one display. But Apple didn’t vì chưng any of that. It just made a bigger, better iPhone.


In many ways, of course, a bigger, better iPhone is a pretty remarkable thing. Everywhere you look, it’s clear that Apple spent the last year tweaking & improving every square inch of the iPhone. There’s the new A8 processor, which makes everything from launching apps to playing games lớn switching trang chủ screens noticeably faster than even the 5S. The A8 also comes with a new bundle of sensors called the M8 "motion co-processor," which is what the iPhone 6 uses to lớn passively traông xã your steps, elevation, và more.

You won"t notice most of the internal improvements, but they help

The iPhone 6’s battery is one of the primary beneficiaries of both this relentless tweaking — và the addition of some new hardware real estate. The phone can easily last me a day & a half, from one morning to lớn the next afternoon, no matter how much I use it. I still charge it almost every night, but at least I’m not forced lớn baby the battery just lớn get it through dinner anymore.

NFC finally comes built in, which enables the upcoming tap-to-buy Apple Pay system. There’s also support for faster LTE and Voice over LTE (on T-di động for now), plus new Wi-Fi standards and even Wi-Fi calling (also on T-Mobile). The bottom-mounted speaker is louder and brighter than on the 5S. (It still sucks, it’s just louder now.) These subtle improvements don’t feel significant or obvious individually, but taken together they make the iPhone feel more reliable and more polished. The iPhone 6 is not terribly exciting, or groundbreaking. It’s just excellent.


There’s one feature that stands out, though, the one that most strongly makes the iPhone 6’s case as the best điện thoại thông minh on the planet: the camera. It still shoots 8-megapixel images, but this time does so with a new sensor. It also uses what Apple calls "focus pixels" to achieve phase-detect autofocus, which is just astonishingly fast on the iPhone 6. I move the phone around & it never appears to be focusing, yet everything is always crisp và ready. There are some manual controls available, lượt thích exposure lochồng, và I still tap to focus sometimes, but it’s never been faster lớn just whip the phone out of my pocket và fire.

The iPhone 6 takes panorama photos in higher resolution now, and in general takes better pictures than any điện thoại thông minh I’ve sầu ever used. But shooting đoạn phim is where this iPhone feels most improved. You can shoot 1080p video at 60 frames per second, which is cool, but I spent way more time shooting at 240 frames per second. Slow-motion Clip is awesome (và available on a handful of Android phones too), và at 240 fps even the most mundane activity becomes awesomely cinematic. Everything looks cool slowed down that much. Everything.

Chuyên mục: Tin Tức