So like most Apple fans out there, once you get your new device you want to send it through all its paces. I've been playing with my iPhone 6+ constantly since yesterday afternoon. One of the first thing I did was jump into Apple and Google maps to see how amazing they look in the big screen. But I noticed it was taking an unusual long time to load maps up. So I dug a little further. First I wanted to see what LTE would be in comparison. Way faster! Almost instant which is what I used to get on WiFi with my iPhone 5. Then I did a side by side WiFi comparison to see if maybe it was just my WiFi network that was bogged down or slow. Not the case. Loading the exact same web sites was at least 3x as fast on my iPhone 5 compared to my iPhone 6+. Final test, use the Ookla Speedtest app. I made sure I was connected to the same server on both phones and ran the speedtest 3 times. I tried this with several different servers just to rule out any flukes. Each time the iPhone 5 was miles ahead of the 6+. The only way the 6+ could compete was to be over LTE, then they were about equal. Here are my results: As you can see the 6+ isn't even close. And this was pretty consistent for the several servers I tested it on. I've tried doing a full reboot of the phone as well, no luck. Based on these results, I'm pretty convinced there is something wrong with the WiFi antenna on my phone. I'm going to keep plugging away for a couple more days but if this keeps up its back to the Apple store for an exchange. Curious if anyone else is experiencing this. Hopefully it's just my phone and not a case of serious hardware issues with the 6+.