All Cool Mind-blowing Gadgets You Love in One Place

iPhone 6 vs iPhone 5S - Complete Comparison (Drop Fail) 4K

our main sponsor for the iPhone 6 coverage is cell cashier com they compared iPhone prices on the internet and give you a quick coat and the most cash for your iPhone so go ahead and check them out it's simple fast and secure what is up you guys it's ed back again from Texas and I am here to do a complete comparison between the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 5s ever since the release of the iPhone 4 people have been asking for a bigger screen and now that the 6 and 6-plus have been released we will be comparing them to its predecessor the iPhone 5s so with that said let's start off by looking at the specs of both phones so the iPhone 6 has an a8 chip running on a dual-core 1.7 gigahertz processor with 1 gigs of RAM the iPhone 5s has an a7 chip running on a dual-core 1.3 gigahertz processor also with 1 gigs of RAM you can pick up the iPhone 6 in two space grey white or gold and it's only available in either 16 64 or 128 gigabytes of storage space the iPhone 5s on the other hand is available in 16 32 and 64 gigabytes with the same color options when it comes to battery life the iPhone 6 has a 1810 milliamp battery and the iPhone 5s has a 1560 milliamp battery but what the hell does all that mean well according to Apple the iPhone 6 has 14 hours talktime 10 hours for internet use on LTE and 11 hours on Wi-Fi as well as 11 hours of video playback and up to 50 hours of audio playback the 5s can last up to 10 hours of talktime 10 hours of Internet use on LTE or Wi-Fi 10 hours of video playback and up to 40 hours of audio playback Apple finally made the jump to figure screen phones something that a lot of people have been wanting ever since the release of the iPhone 4 well with the iPhone 6 people got what they wanted a larger screen to work with iPhone 6 has a 4.7 retina IPS display with a resolution of 1334 by 750 and that is a pixel per inch count of 326 the iPhone 5s on the other hand has a 4-inch IPS display with a resolution of 11 36 by 640 with the same PPI as this it may not look like a big difference on paper but it is really noticeable when holding it in your hand with someone who has large hands like myself I can definitely use the phone one-handed although I do need to tilt the phone just a little to access the top for notifications I can't quite reach it comfortably even though I'm right-handed I prefer to use my phones with my left hand instead which is pretty weird actually and this kind of annoys me a little bit when accessing the power button since I do have to reposition my hand in order to access it people that use the right hand won't have any problems since it comes naturally however people with tiny hands may need to do a little more work to access the top and maybe even the side button the viewing angle is also amazing no matter how you view the screen it will always be the same now this can be a good thing or a bad thing the good thing is that if you want to show a video to your friends they can all gather around and get the same experience no matter where they stand bad thing is you have to be careful what you're watching in public since people can easily see your screen so what about speakers it doesn't look like Apple has improved their speakers but we still wanted to test them out and hear how well it sounds on the new iPhone 6 compared to the iPhone 5s so here's a quick demo on maximum volume it stands 12 feet tall with razor-sharp claws as how you letter for the weapons of fallen warrior laws the firstborn of each of the great leaders a lady enjoys elegant costumes Oh single-handedly Apple is notorious for having thin smartphones the iPhone 6 is no exception it's thinner than the iPhone 5s coming in at six point nine millimeters whereas the iPhone 5s is measured at seven point six millimeters now terms of design the iPhone 6 has a more circular design it feels really smooth and it's rounded on the edges making it natural to hold however it does make the phone more slippery compared to the flat edge of the iPhone 5s which is much easier to hold on to a few things that have been changed from the 5s are the sight volume buttons they are no longer circular and the home button from the top has been moved to the right side because of the bigger screen also on the right side Apple kept the same SIM tray on the bottom of the phones you will find a headphone port lightning connector microphone and the speakers on the front of the phones you will find the front-facing camera the speaker grille and the phone sensors as always with the new iteration of the iPhone there has to be a better camera but how much of a difference is it really well we actually did a complete comparison comparing the picture and video quality of both phones that you can check out here in case you missed it but on with the comparison the iPhone 6 has a new 8 megapixel iSight camera with an aperture of 2.2 unlike the 6 plus that has optical image stabilization the 6 remains at digital the 5s also has an 8 megapixel camera with the same aperture and both can shoot in different speeds of slow motion the front-facing cameras haven't changed much at all they are both sitting at 1.2 megapixel with 720p video recording taking a look at the camera interface you can see pretty much the same layout one thing I absolutely love about the iPhone is that all the options are on the screen and you don't have to enter a different menu to change the settings so starting from the top we have the panoramic feature moving down we have the square mode which basically shoots the image in a perfect square kind of self-explanatory there we also have a regular photos video mode slow motion and time-lapse depending on what mode you are on there will be additional options to the left of the screen like swapping to the front-facing camera adding a timer for your photos to in HDR and enabling or disabling the flash also above the capture button there is a filter that you can use to kind of change up the theme of your pictures if you choose to here are just a few samples that we took from our 6 vs 5's camera comparison and like I said if you want to watch the whole thing I will leave a link in the description section down below well that pretty much concludes the comparison between the iPhone 6 and the 5s the question that everyone is thinking is it worth the upgrade from a previous iPhone well if you've been waiting for a bigger screen since the iPhone 4 and if your phone is too small for you then I would definitely say yes the screen alone would have been enough for me to upgrade but the fact that iPhone 6 now has Apple pay made the decision really easy for me however if you have an Android phone and I'm thinking about switching the answer isn't that easy and it involves a lot of factors I would suggest you to consider all the factors before switching anyways thanks for watching the video I really hope you guys enjoyed it if so please leave a like or a dislike as it does help a channel a lot and if you want to see another comparison done let me know which two phones you want to see in the next video in the comment section down below and I will add them to the list this is that from tech source and I will see you next time so before I go I wanted to share an awesome website with you guys cell catcher comm is a site where you can sell your iPhone for the highest dollar amount so I'll get your only purchases iPhones and they currently operate in the United States they do accept although iPhones listed on this page simply visit their website get a quote ship your iPhone and get paid it's simple fast and most importantly secure you can either have them send you a check or get paid directly through PayPal here is a list of their current prices and you can compare it to their competitors so if you have an iPhone that you want to sell don't go anywhere else because they'll cashier we'll pay you the most this is at thumbtack source and I will see you next time
We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to and affiliated sites.