Just got my iPhone 6 Plus. It's big, bigger than the Samsung Note. Unfortunately, not much prettier. Certainly uglier than the 4/5/5S. The camera is really great, however. Except that it does not do 16x9. I don't know about you, but I view most of my photos on my TV, or on my Apple monitor. Virtually all screens we have nowadays are widescreen, either 16x9 or 16x10. Why does Apple not include a widescreen mode? I know that the sensor is 4x3, (don't know why Apple chose it, as there are good native widescreen sensors). But, if for whatever reason Apple had to go with a 4x3 sensor, why not provide a widescreen mode? It's really annoying having such a great camera, but having to crop EVERY photo so it can be shown full screen on my TV. Or ANY TV. I have other gripes (compared to Android, for instance), but this is the one that really bugs me.