I have owned the 3, 4 and 5. This will be iPhone number four. I have always bought the least expensive model but I admit, I splurged a little. I have been seriously considering buying a Kindle because I use my Kindle app daily, so I thought that the Plus would be a good compromise.
I will just say, the Plus is a hoss. When I went to AT&T Friday to check it out in person, it was the hot topic of conversation among all of the Apple
The iPhone 6 Plus is definitely not for everyone. You have to examine how you use your phone. Do you use it primarily for convenience? Do you call a lot of people? Does it serve more of a tablet function? I am the third one. I use my phone primarily for work phone calls, checking email, a convenient camera, Pandora and mostly to read on my Kindle app. I read a lot on my phone.
The Plus has large apps and it has a larger keyboard, which I am looking forward to as I have a larger hand with long fingers. I respond to a lot of work emails on my phone, so a larger keyboard will be easier to navigate. I am also a crazy texter. I text much more that I talk. If you have a petite hand, it is going to be more difficult to navigate. If you are a one-handed user, that is going to be virtually impossible.
The camera is fantastic. Best iPhone camera I have seen yet. I snapped a picture in the AT&T store and it was extremely crisp. For this Instagram devotee, that is a plus. One big change is that after almost five years, I finally gave up my unlimited data and went to AT&T Next. Jury is still out on that, but what swayed me is the $200 credit that they were offering for my iPhone 5. I am distrustful of wireless companies because they make the simple process of getting a phone ridiculously complicated, so we will shall see if that $200 materializes.
What about you? Are you considering the 6? Plus or standard?