The look and feel of the iPhone 6 is slicker than the 5S, and the design is where the major changes come in. Apple opted for smoother, more comfortable edges on the 6, as opposed to the sharper ones on previous phones. This makes it better to hold in the hand, although the phone is just as fragile. One fall could render the screen or phone unusable, therefore, it is better to invest in a case or cover.
The power button is now moved to the side of the display, leaving the top side blank. Apple’s touch ID feature is embedded in the home button, and this is one of the rare phones now which has a 3.5 mm headphone jack!
The sleek and ergonomic design makes the phone great for long hours of usage, with no strain or pain in the hands while using it. The refined design screams elegance, as is clear from its successors that Apple decided to change the designs for the better at just the right time.