The standard iPhone 6 lived up to the expectations laid out by rumours and arrived with a 4.7 inch screen to help it compete with bigger rivals, like the Samsung Galaxy S5.
The panel only has a 1334×750 resolution, which means that it cannot quite match 1080p displays, but early indications are that it does a decent job of advancing the range.
The iPhone 6 Plus has a 5.5 inch screen and an impressive 1080p full HD resolution, which is what you would expect from a device of this size. Again, it may look a little lacking next to the quad HD display of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, but for Apple, it is a step in the right direction.
The new iPhones arrived alone with the Apple Watch, the first smartwatch from this top tier tech firm. And since you will need at least an iPhone 5 to make this peripheral work, it has tied in fans with yet another device in its ecosystem.