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macrumors regular
Original poster
Dec 17, 2013
London, UK
Could anyone recommend a car phone holder for the iPhone 6+ as I can't seem to find any that would fit, or they look like they would be very flimsy?


macrumors regular
Mar 23, 2011
Gloucester, UK
Wedge it right into the gap between the dash and windscreen.

Prevent it from slipping by applying a line of bathroom sealant at the top and bottom.


But no actually I have no clue. I would suggest looking at what people with larger android phones recommend. I'm hoping my current one will still work.


macrumors 6502a
Dec 26, 2007
I am waiting for Brodit, IMO they are the best. I think they will be available at the end of the month.

Harvey Specter

macrumors regular
Aug 29, 2011
Portland, Oregon
I purchased one of these for use with my will be iPhone 6+. I haven't put it in my car yet, but I use an Airframe holder right now and it feels pretty similar. It is cheap enough and I think it will work perfectly.


macrumors 6502
Sep 9, 2013
I reckon I have the ultimate recommendation here: a Montar:

This is the finest phone holder I've ever owned. I was sceptical given the price, and less so after reading all the stellar reviews. Now that I own one, it's the freaking dog's b0ll0cks mate.


It's very solid and secure, btw. Since it fits a Note, it'll easily fit a 6 plus.
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Dec 20, 2009
a small village near London


macrumors 6502
May 19, 2008
I bought an 'Airframe' holder.

Nice and simple and not taking up a huge area on your dash, just clips into the air vent.

Not sure that the Airframe will hold a 6+. They have an Airframe+ model that's made for the bigger phones. I just replaced my Airframe with one, and the only real difference aside from the wider extension is that they offset the clip so that it's closer to centered with a large phone.

Re: trusting to a vent, really depends on the fit. In my truck, there's a spot in the vent grid where the Airframe is really rock solid, and if the phone were to sag the chin would hit the dash pretty quickly and stop it.

OTOH, you lose a vent. Specifically, I'm losing the center-driver vent that I usually get my direct AC flow from, and that kind of sucks. The heater can also overheat the phone, since the vent flows right into the back of it, and you can't really shut off the vent because the vanes have to be open for the clip.

I'm considering an iOttie One Touch 2, since a number of people have recommended it.

Edit: Amazon UK link.
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Crazy Badger

macrumors 65816
Apr 1, 2008
I pre-ordered one from and received an email earlier today to say it had been dispatched so maybe not quite as long a wait as I first imagined!

Update: Arrived the next day, and now installed!


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macrumors 6502a
Oct 27, 2007
I use a Kenu Airframe+ in a BMW e91 with the iPhone 6+

Grips phone perfectly, it's super grippy, no wobble, doesn't fall off even when going over bumpy cobbled roads.

Takes up minimal space when not in use, can't be happier
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