Yeah, you didn’t read it wrong. Apple is probably thinking we are in the year 2012.

This week, on 09/09/2014, the Apple iPhone 6  and the Apple iPhone 6 Plus were released and can now be preordered. On the 19.09.2014, the first Apple fans are going to have an iPhone 6 in their pockets.

It features a powerful quad-core CPU, an extremely high resolution 1334 x 750p display along with its 4.7“ screen size. Furthermore, there’s wireless NFC file transfer as well as a whole bunch of software gimmicks such as widgets, battery stats and notification bar apps.

In terms of build quality, the iPhone 6 is obviously on an incredibly high standard. That’s exactly the Apple we know, and that’s exactly what I’d expect from Apple. Right?

In conclusion, the iPhone 6 can be considered an equal upper-class rival to the Google Nexus 4. Both Smartphones have similar specs and the latest Android is about as capable as the latest iOS on the iPhone 6.

However, there’s a catch to it: I was joking.

It’s not 2012. It’s 2014. The iPhone 6 was released in 2014, not 2012. However, it is common knowledge there’s truth in every great lie because It is indeed true that the Google Nexus 4 which is equipped with similar attributes to the iPhone 6 was released in 2012.

So this year, Apple is blessing us with an iPhone that has the same features and specs a middle-class Android smartphone from two years ago had – while asking a whopping €699 for it! If anyone of you already has the iPhone 5 or the iPhone 5S, I really suggest that you shouldn’t upgrade to the iPhone 6!


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