(this can apply to the iPhone 5S I owned as well) Is Apple not using a top of the line wifi chip in the iPhone 6? Speedtesting on both 2.4 and 5 wifi networks results in literallly 3 times lower download results than the Galaxy S6. The S6 can actually hit top speeds that our internet is capable of... It blows my mind that the iPhone 6 cannot even get close (70 Mbps on the 5 network while the S6 hit our actual ceiling of 200 Mbps, and 45 Mbps on the 2.4 with iPhone but 110 Mbps on the S6). I'm assuming this has to be hardware, because I've reset network settings and this has been the case on every single version of iOS for me and have used two different routers, one being a top of the line Netgear Nighthawk. For reference, my 2010 Sony Vaio only has the 2.4 wifi and it tops out at around 45 Mbps download, same as the iPhone 6 on 2.4. A 4 year difference in technology... EDIT: Suddenly after making this thread, my iPhone 6 is finally able to cap out at 200 Mbps on the 5 network... however the issue with 2.4 still exists. I would say simple interference which is common on 2.4 but sitting it an inch away from the router its capping at 52 Mbps, where as my 2010 laptop gets about the same and the Galaxy S6 gets over 100 Mbps. How does that make any sense?