iPhone 6 Has The Fever! And It’s Contagious!

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You knew this was going to happen, didn’t you? The craze for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus?

At this writing, the pre sales for this phone have hit record highs and, everywhere you click, if you haven’t ordered online yet, then you may have to wait a few more weeks.

The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are scheduled to ship on September, 19th and you will be faced with an “available to ship in 3 – 4 weeks” message if you haven’t yet placed an order.

For me, this is good because I am in a dilemma over the two options – the iPhone 6 VS the iPhone 6 Plus. It is confusing and, quite frankly, I want to see these phones in person. Yes – I said person. My phone is my virtual best friend and I would be lost without it.

So, the question is: “Do I want a bigger person or an even bigger person than I presently own and hang with.”?

It appears that the majority of people out there are showing preference for the iPhone 6 or 6 Plus with 64 G. I guess with iCloud Storage kicking in at high gear once iOS 8 launches and/or Mophie battery cases, the 128 G doesn’t seem necessary for the masses.

It is your call.

If you do tons of media work on your phone, it may be justifiable but, for me, the 64G – which I presently have with my iPhone 5 – suffices.

For more information on the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, I would like to refer you to an excellent topic by my friends at iPhoneInCanada.Ca. They have prepared an excellent guideline – complete with prices and specifications. It has been updated consistently so that you receive real time information.

And don’t forget, other stores such as Future Shop, Best Buy, Walmart and Staples will eventually have stock so check their websites regularly for availability.

And, out of curiosity, which carrier did you choose? Or did you order an from the mothership, Apple.

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Posted on September 12, 2014, in Apple, Apple Products, IPhone, Technology and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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