New iPhone 6 Specs

Last week, Apple introduced some cool new products.  Here is summary.

New Phones – iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus



ü  The iPhone 6 will have a 4.7-inch screen, while the Plus has a 5.5-inch screen.  For perspective, both phones are slightly smaller than Samsung’s Galaxy S5

ü  Both phones will have a retina HD display

ü  Both devices will be thinner than the iPhone 5S

ü  Landscape mode has been updated, and will also work on the Home screen

ü  The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus will also boast a faster A8 processing chip. (The performance is 50 times faster than the original iPhone)

ü  Battery life is equal or better in all categories than the 5S

ü  Wi-Fi is three times faster than 5S

ü  Video and camera updates

ü  Color – the iPhones will be available in gold, silver and space grey

ü  Cost – the iPhone 6 starts at $199 for the 16 GB model, $299 for a 64 GB model and $399 for a 128 GB model. The iPhone 6 Plus starts at $299, going to $499


Apple Pay – mobile payment business



Apple Watch



ü  The device includes a digital crown that translates analog movements into digital commands. It scrolls lists, zooms in and out and navigates to the home screen

ü  Users can customize their watch face, or even tweak features of the face itself

ü  The Watch boasts an accelerometer, gyroscopes and sensors to check your pulse (for fitness apps). It also leverage GPS and Wi-Fi from the user’s phone

ü  The Fitness app monitors activity and movement

ü  The Workout app lets users set specific goals for exercises like cycling and running

ü  Siri is incorporated into the Watch

ü  The Watch will be available in two sizes and six band types

ü  Color – The band comes in pink, blue and white.

ü  Cost – $349; available early 2015


  • Examples of operation:


ü  For maps, the Apple Watch gives vibrating feedback that tells you when to make the turn when using walking directions

ü  Users can access contacts, making phone calls or sending special visual messages drawn on screen and sent to a friend’s watch

ü  Users can also access contacts, making phone calls or sending special visual messages drawn on screen and sent to a friend’s watch

ü  Third-party apps will work on the Watch as well. For example, a Starwood Hotels app lets users use their Watch as a room key, while Twitter users can view their timelines or send tweets from your wrist. BMW, Pinterest, Honeywell, Nike and Major League Baseball are all working on watch apps



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