Beautiful and functional are two words that best describe the products of Apple and a sleek, flawless design is something Apple products have never failed to deliver. However, the new iPhone 6 doesn’t look like it’s all that smooth, not with a protruding camera lens on the back. An upgraded camera but a thinner phone is the reason why the camera protrusion was necessary. While the justification makes sense, it doesn’t make people too happy about it.
It isn’t deniable that the camera of iPhone needed a long overdue upgrade compared to what other smartphones are offering in this regard. However, making a compromise this way is definitely not appreciated as it puts the camera lens at significant risk. With a protruding camera lens, if the phone takes a fall, the lens would be the first thing to get damaged. Also, it makes it difficult to use iPhone 6 when it’s kept on a smooth surface until it’s covered with a somewhat thick case.
Despite this slight design anomaly, the new Apple iPhone 6 still packs a good package of style, features and functionality, a fact reflected in its pricing. If you want to get an iPhone 6 without contract, T-Mobile offers it at the following prices:
With 128GB, iPhone 6 at $849 and iPhone 6 Plus at $949
With 64GB, iPhone 6 at $749 and iPhone 6 Plus at $849
With 16GB, iPhone 6 at $649 and iPhone 6 Plus at $749
However, if you buy an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus with a two-year contract from Verizon, Sprint or AT&T, the price for the phones start at $199 and $299 respectively. The monthly plan offered by these companies is different but in comparison, getting the phone with or without contract is going to cost you almost the same over two years if you get a good data plan, a little over $1,600. This makes iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus the most expensive iPhones on the market currently.
If you are trying to get your iPhone 6 pre-ordered, you need to hurry because it’s selling out pretty quickly. It already has a long waiting line despite the fact the preordering began just a short time back.