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And partly it’s because there’s nothing much surprising about about the i Phone 6 and i Phone 6 Plus. Partly that’s because in the post-Jobs era, Apple isn’t as good at suppressing pre-announcement leaks.Apple is clearly aware of the drawbacks of gigantism.It has made some tweaks to make the size less awkward.On the right: Punctuation keys and actual cursor keys—a first on the i Phone.On both phones, if there’s something at the top of the screen, too far away for your shrimpy little thumb to reach, you can touch the home button twice (touch, not click) to make the screen image With this larger phone now usable one-handed, what do you really get for all that size?The small of hand won’t be thrilled about the added width.
Steve Jobs used to mock Samsung’s increasingly jumbo smartphones, calling them “Hummers.” But apparently big is what the public wants. Here they are: the new i Phones, posed next to last year’s model, so you can get an idea of the scale: bigger than the i Phone 5.The power/sleep button, for example, is on the side now instead of the top, so your thumb can reach it.(That’s a problem for people who use a volume key on the opposite edge as the camera shutter.They’re now front and center on the Display Preferences screen.The upshot: With some Settings tweaks, these phones can be godsends for anyone who puts on reading glasses to check her phone.