Apple has created not only the most perfect smartphone to date, but what I believe might be the ideal portable computer. It is everything a consumer could need out of a computer enveloped in a gorgeous body that feels unbelievably thin and light enough to almost not be noticed in-hand. Frankly the 6 Plus features best-in-class hardware in every aspect. From the display that has pixels so dense and packed so close to the glass that it is a small contrast boost away from being an entirely seamless window into the digital world to the system on a chip that makes the interface seem instaneous, there has never been so much done right packed into such a svelte frame. The size is also as optimal as we are going to see, with a width perfect for one-handed use and usability features that make the height a non-issue. Not only that, but the photo capabilities rival many professional cameras not necessarily in specs but in end results. With minor multi-tasking features the 6 Plus could be a fantastic computer let alone smartphone. What amazes me the most is that the 6 Plus seems to be the iPhone to accomplish all that the iPhone and even personal computers in general set out to do. In my hands it doesn't feel like an incremental upgrade like the 4 or the 5 but the culmination of what personal computing set out to do. While it could be argued that the iPad Air accomplished the same, for its form factor the iPhone 6 Plus has fixed almost every issue (durability aside -- although that's more of a roadblock than an issue) that the iPhone hardware has ever had. There doesn't seem to be much to do at this point but to add features. It's all already been improved to the point where if this was the final iPhone to be released, that wouldn't be absolutely devastating. Or maybe that's just the first-day Christmas spirit talking. As fantastic as the Retina MacBook Pro and iPad Air 2 are, for my usage at least if the device is not pocketable then I do not find it portable enough to constantly carry around which adds a major plus to the 6 Plus (no pun originally intended).