This is my second wallet by Atelier Pall. I bought one for my iPhone 5 two years ago and used it everyday until I traded my iPhone 5 in last month for an iPhone 6. After 2 years of constant use, the wallet is still perfect. I wrote an extensive review of it 2 years ago in which I raved about what a piece of leather work it was. It's one of the most beautiful leather thing I have ever owned. I wasn't sure if the iP6 is too big for a wallet case, so I bought an Apple leather case for it. After a week, I decided that I really prefer to use the iP6 naked, so I returned the leather case, and ordered this Atelier Pall wallet. My reason for a pouch wallet over a note book style wallet is simply that I really don't want anything attached to the phone when I use it. I had a wallet shell before and it bothered me for 2 reasons: 1) I couldn't carry cash with it and 2) when I am at home, handling the phone means having the creditcards attach to the back which is bulkier an uncomfortable. The book style is even worse to me because I can't stand having the flap getting in the way of using the phone. I am pretty finicky when it comes to that sort of thing. In the Palm day I put up with one for a few years and never got used to it. So if you are the kind of person in the same boat, this Atelier Pall may be the thing for you. It can accomodate several credit cards on one side (I have 4 in mine, and I could probably do 6 easily) and a few bills (probably 8 comfortably). How functional is it? For the last 2 years the older model worked as well as an excellent wallet. The phone pouch part was really protective. I have no concern with tossing it in a bag, unlike a typical phone case which only cover the back. The best thing about it is that instead of carrying a phone and a wallet, I only carry one, and the wallet part functions as well as a wallet without compromise, unlike most wallet cases I have seen. The snap buttons design is ingenious: it allows you to access the cash and cards easily, yet you don't have to open the snap to retrieve the phone. The iP6 version is just slighly wider than the iP5 version. In a way it's good if you use in in the US because the dollar bills now fit when folded in half. The old case I had to trifold the bills which made the wallet thicker. The fit and finish is still as excellent as before. As I wrote in ny review of the older version, the leather work is exquisite. I have no doubt that it will last well beyond many phones if I end up with the same size phones for the next few years I was a bit conerned with the size when I ordered it as the iP6 is bigger. Would it fit my pocket comfortably? So far it does. While the thing is slightly wider and a bit longer, it's also thinner. I certainly am aware that I have it in my pocket, but it doesn't feel much bulkier than the phone with the Apple leather case on. And I don't have to carry an additional wallet. The wallet was made it Bulgaria, and it took 2 weeks for me to get mine.