Lastly, some iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus users have encountered something that’s being referred to as “touch disease”. In other words, your phone is becoming unresponsive to touch. Unfortunately, Apple has yet to publicly acknowledge the issue, but you can check out why the issue occurs at the link above.
Why do we have the Apple iPhone 6? Well, back in 2013, despite record sales, the Cupertino brand was heading for a fall. The brand had been trading on the same phone for four years, and something big was needed to keep it current.
So with that, the iPhone 6, and its bigger brother, the iPhone 6 Plus, were born to keep Apple at the sharp end of a market that was starting to lust after powerful, big-screen smartphones with clever and premium design.
This is the sixth iPhone I’ve reviewed, and there’s a distinct sense that this one is really rather different.