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iPhone 6 i 6 Plus – pierwsze wrażenia innych

· Wojtek Pietrusiewicz · 4 komentarze

Zdania wśród innych redaktorów i bloggerów technologicznych są różne – zestawiłem poniżej kilka potencjalnie interesujących cytatów. Moje zdanie, oczywiście nie na podstawie samego sprzętu, ale jedynie wrażeń audio-wizualnych, pojawi się chwilę później.

Chris Davies dla SlashGear →

O paskach, które mnie nadal trochę przerażają:

Aesthetically, I prefer the way the antenna lines look on the darker versions of the phone, but they’re certainly not the design deal-breakers many presumed them to be.

O ekranach:

Inkier blacks and wider viewing angles; it’s a cliche, these days, to say that a phone’s panel looks like its been printed on, store-dummy style, but it’s nonetheless a fitting description for the iPhone 6.

O nowej matrycy:

(…) the focus lock was certainly swift, more so than the iPhone 5s I compared them with.

O nowym trybie „ściągania” ekranu w dół:

Purists may decry the bigger screens, but even after a few minutes features like double-tapping the home button on the iPhone 6 Plus to shift down the upper half of the screen so it was within thumb-reach became near-automatic (unfortunately you can’t swipe up with a thumb to shift it back into place, instead having to tap the button again).

It’s simple, but it’s so convenient I wonder why other phablets haven’t done it first.

Brian Barrett dla Gizmodo o iPhone 6 →

What you notice first about the iPhone 6 is just how very much it feels like an iPhone, which seems like an obvious point, but it’s not something I think you can say about most smartphone manufacturers. As it did moving from iPhone 4S to iPhone 5, Apple’s found a way to go bigger without losing its identity.

Ciekawostką jest to, że iPhone 6 jest cieńszy i węższy od większości konkurencji – to może mieć znaczenie:

While that 4.7-inch display is the same diagonal as last year’s Moto X, the iPhone 6 stretches out to nearly half an inch taller. I suspect that will end up being a matter of personal preference, but it’s still going to be quite a pocket-filler.

Sean Hollister, też dla Gizmodo, o iPhonie 6 Plus →

Seriously, compared to any iPhone you’ve ever held, this handset is HUGE! It’s amazingly thin, and incredibly solid compared to the competing plastic builds from Samsung and LG, but it still barely fits into my hand at all.

Hmm, a może zamiast 4″ iPhone + iPad mini to nowym trendem będzie iPhone 6 Plus i iPad Air?

(…) it felt far more comfortable: just like a miniature tablet. Better still, this phablet finally brings Apple’s software keyboard along for the landscape ride, and it turns out that that the 5.5 inches wide and 7.1mm thick chassis is just about perfect for your thumbs to reach those keys with two hands. If on-contract price wasn’t a factor, I think I’d rather have one of these than an iPad mini.

Andrew Cunningham dla Ars Technica →

Ciekawe informacje dotyczące skalowania obrazu – najpierw generowany jest taki jak przewidywał John Gruber (2208×1242 px), a potem jest on skalowany w dół do 1920×1080 px.

The 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus looks and feels much bigger, and it’s harder to hold one-handed. It has a 1080p display, though sleuthing from developer Steve Troughton-Smith has already discovered that these images are actually being rendered at 2208×1242 and downscaled to 1080p. The phone uses a new “3x” graphics mode that calls for assets three times the resolution they would have been on a standard iPhone.

Tak sobie myślę, że wiele osób zdecyduje się na 5.5″ model i zrezygnuje z iPada całkowicie, szczególnie osoby często w biegu.

These additional modes blur the line between the iPad Mini and the iPhone 6 Plus and are a good way to make use of the additional screen space in a way that iOS users will find familiar, it’s just too bad you can’t get it on the smaller phone, too.

Reachability może być bardzo irytujące:

We’ll need to spend more time with it, but Reachability feels like a compromise right out of the gate.

(…) every time you press a button in Reachability mode, the app “window” zooms back up to the top of the screen, and you have to double tap again to re-enable Reachability and press the button again. It’s an OK solution for when you need to press one button, less so when you need to tap several navigation buttons at once.

Gareth Beavis dla TechRadar →

The iPhone 6 is a really rather good handset indeed. While I can’t bring myself to say ‚it’s the best iPhone ever made’ again (it is, but I promised I wouldn’t write that again after saying the same thing for three reviews in a row), in the pantheon of Apple handsets the iPhone 6 will go down as a pivotal moment.

Brad Molen dla Engadget →

O różnicach w jakości ekranów w iPhonie 6 i 6 Plus:

(…) the difference seemed marginal enough that it likely won’t be a deciding factor for anyone trying to choose between the two sizes.

To jedna z cech, która mnie najbardziej zainteresowała:

Apple doesn’t really care so much about specific resolution as it does all of the other stuff behind the scenes. The main improvement seems to be the Focus Pixel feature, which is Apple’s take on phase-detection autofocus.

Darrell Etherington dla TechCrunch →

In the hand, the iPhone 6 definitely feels noticeably larger, but what’s remarkable is that it doesn’t feel significantly bulky.

Może to zasługa tego, że jest bardzo cienki…

Reaching across the device to tap the top corner isn’t uncomfortable, despite the extra screen real estate, and the screen resolution is truly impressive.

Ale w to to już mi ciężko uwierzyć.

The additional pixel density makes an instantly observable difference (…)

Mówi tutaj o iPhone 6, który ma dokładnie takie samo ppi jak 5S – bubel!

This could be a crucial selling point for some buyers, but it still feels like the price and size are going to make the 6 Plus a rarer device to find in the wild.

Podejrzewam, że może być popularniejszy niż myślimy, bo zastąpi wielu osobom iPada.

Joshua Ho na łamach AnandTech →

Of course, the iPhone 6 Plus isn’t really easy to use with one hand, as just the 77.8mm width makes it difficult to reach across the display horizontally, much less from diagonally. It is definitely easy to hold with one hand though, and the rounded display feels great.

To urządzenie będzie wymagało dwóch rąk, niezależnie od Reachability.

There’s also the relatively thick plastic lines which are a departure from previous designs but seem to be necessary for NFC capabilities. I’m personally unsure how I feel on these two design elements, but they may be an issue for some.

Są brzydkie, brzydsze niż w HTC One, a tamte mi się nie podobają. Sytuację ratuje jedynie fakt, że rzadko patrzymy na tył telefonu – marna to pociecha.

Chris Taylor dla Mashable →

Apple wouldn’t let us actually put the devices in our pockets — I can’t imagine why — but I did get the distinct feeling that the iPhone 6 Plus would burst the seams of my pants if I even tried to walk out with the thing.

Boję się, że złamałbym go siadając…

If screen real estate is the most important thing to you, and if you don’t need to carry an iPhone in your pocket, the iPhone 6 Plus is a solid choice. Its screen is bright and impeccably sharp; it feels only a fraction heavier than the iPhone 6.

Kobiety mają dobrze, bo noszą torebki, a tam mieści się absolutnie wszystko.

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