I'm curious to know what games they are playing on the phones. If I try to do anything really intensive on my 5s it gets warm, but not "hot". Could also be their review unit is defective in someway.
Glad I make money all day and use my phone for business. I guess the PLUS was designed for kids who play games.
There's no real bias in that though. It's simply a subjective opinion in an otherwise subjective piece of article. A review will always cater to what the reviewer in mind feels about the product. The only thing they can't really "question" would be pure numbers in terms of benchmarks.Yeah but if the reviewer preferred a bigger phone they would've given the plus a higher score. They all stated they were biased towards the smaller phone.
Overheating causes FASTER battery drain and doesn't apply to just playing games. LOL! Even many apps opened and downloading can cause overheat.Glad I make money all day and use my phone for business. I guess the PLUS was designed for kids who play games.
Glad I bought the 6.
Correct, but never underestimate the power of 'iphone 6 plus purchase justification reasons'OP must not think critically. The review doesn't state that the iPhone 6 gets hot. It states that it gets noticeably warmer than the iPhone 6 Plus because the 6 Plus has greater dissipation capabilities due to its larger surface area.