iPhone 6 Has Significant Changes Making It Worth the Upgrade

The latest iPhone, the iPhone 6, finally has enough significant changes that an upgrade is worth it. Past iPhone versions would often tweak only a few minor things in the phone. However, the iPhone 6 will have plenty of new features that will make the price sound bearable.

Apple’s newest iPhone is scheduled to be released in September. The new phone has been rumored to be a “fit phone” as it is including features like a heart-rate monitor and a barometer. The heart-rate monitor on the new iPhone 6 will include a heart sensor to monitor the phone owner’s heart. The phone will hold on to this information and use it to confirm identification when performing important tasks such as depositing money into a bank account via iPhone. The heart rate information can also be used to protect very important documents kept by the user on the iPhone, ensuring the safety of those documents by not allowing anyone else to access them.

The iPhone 6 will feature a barometer. This tool will allow users to measure altitude or temperatures. This feature will be especially useful to those Apple users that enjoy the outdoors for hiking or other activities. The barometer will also include weather updates as well as air pressure information. Some may argue that there are already apps on the iPhone that can measure altitude, however those apps are not as accurate as the new barometer which will incorporate motion tracking information. Air pressure sensors will be especially useful to those who work in fields such as piloting and biking. The air pressure feature will track weather and notify the user of any upcoming weather related emergencies. This feature along with others show that the iPhone 6 has significant enough changes that will make it worth the upgrade.

One of the most exciting new features the new iPhone 6 will feature is its use of smart notifications and alarms. The new iPhone will be able to gather data from the user’s accessories, such as the wristband, to track the owner of the phone’s activity level. According to the data acquired from the user’s activity level, the iPhone can then set alarms and notifications based on the user’s activity and sleep behavior.

The iPhone 6 will have a bigger screen that previous iPhone generations. The iPhone 6 will feature iOS 8, scheduled to be released in September. The larger screen of the new iPhone will be sapphire-scratch resistant crystal displays. There have been plenty of rumors regarding Apple’s new iPhone 6, and some may be true but others may be held for another version. Rumors of the new iPhone being waterproof, solar-powered, or charged wirelessly are still just rumors. Apple has not confirmed any of those features.

Apple will also be including a smartwatch. This watch will include a slight rectangular design, with a 2.5 inch screen. The iWatch was rumored to be released in October. The watch is said to feature possibly 10 functions. Those functions will include a heart rate monitor as well as a glucose monitor.

The new thin design of  the iPhone 6 from Apple is exciting buyers everywhere. The new functions that are to be featured on the iPhone 6 are significantly different from past versions and the changes are making it worth the upgrade. The information that has been released for this new phone has all been taken very well by consumers, showing that the iPhone 6 is likely to be another success from Apple. Buyers will wait anxiously for the release of the new iPhone, as it has promised to not disappoint.

Opinion by Amena S. Chaudhri

Huffington Post
International Business Times
Tech Radar
Christian Today

9 Responses to "iPhone 6 Has Significant Changes Making It Worth the Upgrade"

  1. matti   July 30, 2014 at 4:37 am

    water proof it the least iPhone should do after the disappointing iPhone 4 and 5 and its versions

  2. Not Yo business   July 18, 2014 at 5:49 pm

    The Z2 is IP58 not 68. And S5 is IP56.

  3. koyote   July 9, 2014 at 1:35 am

    Everything from Sony… Apple work hard on the screen, it’s a good things…
    But water resistance belong to Sony…
    Z2 is IP68 vs Samsung IP67…
    Let’s see if Apple can do it shock proof…
    For now i believe android became much easier to use than ios…
    Sony do great, no chance i turn back on iphone.

  4. Mojotank61   June 26, 2014 at 10:22 am

    That’s funny how everything I just read above is on my new galaxy s5 I just got. Come on apple, where’
    s the competition?

  5. Imurpapi   June 24, 2014 at 1:09 pm

    Sony for me. Done with the iPhone and galaxy for a while. Love the fact that Sony has that ipx8 on the z2.

  6. Billy Bob   June 23, 2014 at 10:02 pm

    Hey hiennysig I think you nean below not above.

  7. hiennysig   June 23, 2014 at 8:24 pm

    I think the two morons who commented above should be deported.

  8. Ever   June 23, 2014 at 7:42 pm

    Nothing new here, you can get all this on High End Android Devices.

    The iphone is a non-premium device at the price of a premium device.

  9. Bius   June 23, 2014 at 3:01 pm

    The second I read that identification could used for security/verificationI stopped reading altogether. I’ll likely never comme back.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.