I felt the same way at first. I vowed I would only buy the iPhone 6. I changed my mind when I thought about how I use my iPhones. I use mine more as a computing device. I rarely use it as a phone or messaging. Everyone will feel differently. I do feel the ideal size for me would have been 5 inches.If the phone is not a comfortable fit in my hand, I won't purchase it. That is the problem I'm having with the 6 Plus. It would be uncomfortable to hold one-handed and is a stretch for the hand.
I've been telling people that (and on this forum) for two years. You get used to the size really quick and usage/productivity goes through the roof.Sometimes I look at my 6 Plus and say wow, that sucker is huge. But once use to it, it isn't that bad with handling. It really is nice on the eyes with reading and typing.
they had no choice they had to copy samsung otherwise you would all still be using 4" screeI agree, I wish they would have left it on the top.
That's a personal choice but i would go with the darker color, signed batman
Yeah, I'm glad I cancelled my Plus order and got the 6 on launch at Best Buy. I went into the Apple Store today to get Applecare for the phone and I handled the Plus and it is to big to be my daily phone. I travel every week to New York for work and a phone that big isn't for me. I use my iPad Air for movies on the plane and the size of the 6 is perfect for me.Mine is going back. Just like the 4.7 better. Its not that the plus is too big just bigger than it needs to be. 4.7 and iPad mini for me
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I got a regular 4.7" iPhone 6. I would have preferred a smaller screen because I can see it perfectly fine on all of the old iPhones, but I have to have the newest one. I'm finding that my hand is getting sore with single-handed usage because of the increased size. Talk about first world problems! Hehe. As a result, I'm using both hands frequently where I would have only used one in the past. The increased screen size is cool for videos; it's just internet and app usage that I'm finding a bit awkward. I'll probably get more accustomed to it with time.I've been telling people that (and on this forum) for two years. You get used to the size really quick and usage/productivity goes through the roof.