I have to get something off my chest. I've been using the 6 Plus for almost a year now, and while it has been a fantastic phone so far, something still bothers me. And until now I couldn't quite place what that was but I think I figured it out. Developers treat the Plus as a phone, not a phablet. We finally have a huge screen real estate on our iPhone, but it's used simply as a bigger version of the regular 6 apps. Apple did the right thing by enabling the home screen in landscape mode, and having split screens in Settings and iMessage. So why are developers so reluctant to follow suit? Why am I forced to use Facebook in portrait mode? I would much prefer a split screen with my contacts on one side and my feed on the other. It works like that on the iPad, so why not on my Plus? And it's not just Facebook. Most apps that I've used are just bigger 6 apps that don't make proper use of the bigger display. When I got the Plus, I sold my iPad fully convinced that this would be the best of both worlds. But I'm starting to think that I was wrong. There is still plenty time for developers to 'get' the Plus but if I knew 10 months ago what I know now, I would probably have gotten the regular 6 and kept my iPad.