iPhone 6 vs iPhone 5s – Size does matter

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A couple of years ago, choosing an iPhone was easy since there was only one device to choose from. Apple changed things up a bit with the launch of the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c, but hardware internals aside, both devices were really the same size. Apple’s smartphone strategy for this year is significantly different. For the first time ever we see the company offering an iPhone in three different sizes, and if you’re still debating if the iPhone 6 is a better choice over the iPhone 5s, you’ve come to the right place.

If you pay attention to all of the iPhone haters out there, you could easily assume that the iPhone 6 is really just a bigger iPhone. That could be true if you judge a book by its cover, but there are some significant differences between these devices. Watch our comparison of the iPhone 6 vs. the iPhone 5s and make sure to share your thoughts in the comments down bellow.

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29 Comments on iPhone 6 vs iPhone 5s – Size does matter

  1. Another reason that the iPhone 5s is a tiny bit better than the iPhone 6 the camera is a bit out with the 5s it is not like if you put your iPhone 6 on a table and start texting the iPhone 6 is going to rock a bit with the iPhone 5s it stays how it is try it for your self comment me back if I an correct or incorrect see ya ?

  2. I love my iPhone 5s gold and I had it since 2013 and I just updated the software the iOS 9.3.1 today and I just love and I know that the iPhone 6 camera is better but the iPhone 6 is to munch money

  3. got the 5s and the battery is pretty awsome so i bet its amazing on the 6, will be upgrading sometime in the future but for now the 5s is my dailey driver

  4. People say the Samsung has quad core proccesing and bragging about it but they forget that iPhones are smaller so don't need as much processors. Samsung also uses less powerful processors so it needs more of them while Apple uses the A8 processor which is much more powerful so it only needs two. Samsung is very inferior to Apple, people who have Samsungs only say that apples suck because their jealous because they can't afford one. Don't listen to them, apple is superior, iPad and phone.

  5. Guys, I currently have a Moto G 1st gen, had it for almost two years. It's been such a great phone, but I'm looking forward to jump back to Apple by getting the 5s. Thing is, I'm not sure if the difference is actually noticeable between the Moto G and the 5s, and if its worth the buy. What do you think? Any answer would be very helpful.

  6. I just took the sim card out of my 6s+ and put it back in my 5s. I'll probably never look back. Reasons are as follows:

    1. The 5s still uses gorilla glass on the screen. With the 6 and 6s, apple decided to cut cost by using a less expensive material on the screen, thus making the screen more fragile and far more easily scratched than the previous generation of iPhones.

    2. The 5s has a better fit and finish. From a design standpoint, the 6 and 6s are both just a simple, flat slab. The 5s looks like an upscale accessory in the hand, and the design with the dual materials on the back and beveled, aluminum band around the edge, gives the appearance that some serious thought went into the overall design.

    3. The 5s fits better in cupholders and small compartments around my console and dash in my car. I know I know; this seems small and petty, but it's true. I used to constantly lose my 6s+ in the floorboard because I couldn't fit it any of the compartments/slots in my car!

    4. I find that I can make every bit as much money with the 5s as I can the 6s+. Everybody debates over which phone is better, and why everybody else sucks because of their choice of phone; whereas, I probably make a lot more money than those poser, and I use whatever phone I want. A phone call to a client is a phone call to a client. As long as I can email, text, and call, I can make money, so why spend that hard earned money on yet another item that yields no return whatsoever? (…my car not withstanding)

    5. This reason is about image. I hate looking like I'm part of the disposable culture that is modern America. There's something to be said for not having the newest of everything, but demonstrating that you're content with holding onto something. The 5s works, and always did work well; I don't know why I ever thought that I needed to upgrade. I drive a $90k car, and I work with a older phone, so friends (and everybody else) know that I can afford the upgrade, but I'm happy with an outstanding device that still should be good for a few years.

    There you have it; now go on and hate on me. Imma be on my old phone making calls and not giving a damn.

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