Why the Latest iPhone at Fort Saskatchewan Dealers Is a Must-Have
It’s been several months since Apple released the iPhone 6. Whether to get into the fandom for the first time or to upgrade from older models, people go through great lengths to grab Apple’s newest tech marvel. A lot of different reasons explain why people upgrade their iPhones every year: some simply relish the feeling of unboxing something new, some appreciate the community of fellow patrons, while a few others just badly need a new one after wrecking their last phone.
However, there are quite a lot of reasons to grab the latest iPhone at Fort Saskatchewan dealers like Telus/Cambridge Electronics Incorporated. Here are a few.
Bigger, High-Res Display – In its history of making mobile phones, Apple has notably resisted creating big ones. This time, though, the people wanted a bigger device. While still thinner than the previous-generation iPhone 5s, the iPhone 6 is larger (from 4.7 to 5.5 inches), allowing a maximum resolution of 1334 x 750. The bigger, high-res screens also sport broader viewing angles and higher contrast ratios than last-gen iterations.
Stronger Screen – People who tend to unknowingly sit on or drop their phones can rest easy with the iPhone 6. The new screen is more durable than those in previous iterations, thanks to a special ion-strengthening process.
Newer Innards – Apple’s newest A8 processor packs 25% more processing power and 50% faster graphics than older models. It’s also more efficient, thanks to a newer manufacturing process, meaning it needs less power despite being faster. There’s also the faster LTE Wi-Fi built in alongside the speedy processor, allowing users to surf the web and download stuff faster on the go.
More Storage – All previous iPhone iterations maxed out at 64GB of storage. However, the newest iPhone 6 comes with much bigger capacity—the flagship unit comes with a massive 128GB of storage. Compared with older models, which went from 16GB to 32GB to 64GB, the iPhone 6 scaled from 16GB, then jumped straight ahead to 64GB and 128GB.
Longer Battery Life – Power efficiency is the name of the game for the iPhone 6, which means that its battery can last longer. The iPhone6’s battery can last 14 hours on 3G, with the Plus model going as long as a full day. In comparison, the iPhone 5C and 5S can only last 10 hours in the same situation. Furthermore, standby time for the iPhone 6 is up to 10 days (the iPhone 6 Plus up to 16 days).
Convinced? If yes, you can get the iPhone 6 at an authorized dealer, or via the latest plans from a provider of special wireless telephones in Fort Saskatchewan.
(Source: The Five Best Reasons To Upgrade To An iPhone 6, Paste Magazine, September 19, 2014)