Over the weekend, Apple set a new record by selling over 10 million iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus handsets. Now that the devices are finally in the hands of customers all over the world, benchmark tests are an easy way to find out how well your device stacks up against the competition.
There were a lot of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus devices sold over the weekend, according to Apple, and we’ve already seen people drop their new devices in front of cameras. What hasn’t been seen, though, is a “professional microwaving.” Until now.
On September 9, Apple made their first smartwatch official. The device, affectionately forever known as the Apple Watch, features a square design, plenty of customization options, and even a variant that could cost $1,200 or more. As far as specifications go, we’re still missing quite a bit of information, but analysts are quick to (try to) fill in the gaps.
Apple has just announced that it has sold more than 10 million units of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus over the opening weekend.
While Apple introduced FaceTime video and audio calls that are available on all iOS devices and Macs from the same account, phone calls are still restricted to your iPhone. This can potentially become very annoying if you’re working on your Mac or using your iPad, a phone call comes in, and you’re nowhere near your iPhone.
Did you wait in line this weekend to get your hands on the iPhone 6? We don’t blame you if you did–we’re excited about the device, too. No matter when you finally have the latest and greatest smartphone in your hands, make sure you don’t make the same mistake the first guy in the world to buy the device made. Do not drop your iPhone 6 once you have it out of the box, unless you drop it into the StackSocial iPhone 6 Case and Screen Protector, on sale now from the iPhone Hacks Deals Hub.