Well, it looks like the rumours we’ve been passing around the web for months were spot-on. At Apple’s highly-anticipated iPhone 6 launch in Cupertino, California today, Tim Cook and the Apple team launched not one but two new flagship handsets.
First up there’s the iPhone 6 and then there’s the bonus phone: the iPhone 6 Plus. The unoriginally named Plus is Apple’s first foray into the ‘phablet’ market, a huge handset/tablet hybrid that’ll compete with the likes of the LG G3 and Samsung Galaxy Note 3 when it comes to market later on this month.
At 5.5 inches the iPhone 6 Plus is Apple’s largest handset to date, so let’s take a look at what this giant device has to offer and how it differs from the 6, as well as its predecessors.