My leap from iPhone 4 to 5 was huuuuuge. But now that I've had the 6 for a week, it just doesn't feel like that much of an improvement over the 5. And I'm thinking about returning it. Am I crazy? I'm not looking to be convinced not to return it (and this certainly isn't an anti-Apple thread - hold your pitchforks), just looking for input from others in a similar situation - who knows, maybe I'm missing something big! Some of the expectations that weren't met: - The camera just doesn't seem that much better, especially in lower light. I'm aware of the tech specs and bumps in both the 5s and the 6, but I think I'm OK with my 5. No, I don't expect any phone to compete with my DSLR. But I felt like, two gens later, I'd definitely see the improvements.) - Battery life seems maybe only 10% better. I thought I would definitely see a bigger boost compared to a 2 year old device. - Touch ID isn't as flawless as I was hoping, even after using multiple entries for my main unlocking fingers. - Not really an expectation, but Apple Pay doesn't have enough critical mass to swing me yet. Not enough retailers near me take it for it to be an issue. That may change, but until NFC/AP can let me leave my wallet at home, I can wait. What I do like: - Slo-mo video. - For whatever reason, WiFi performance seems better. - Obviously, it's all around snappier. - 64GB of storage compared to my 5's 32GB! - Selling my 5 for ~$200 pays for my 6 (got it for $204). And this last point is kind of the sticking point - why wouldn't I keep the 6 if it's practically an even trade? I think the only argument would be to wait for the 6S, and then get on the "S" upgrade cycle (since obviously with the 6, I'll have to wait for the 7 due to my 2yr contract).