You’re gorgeous, smart, strong, and refined, but I’ve gotta be honest — you’re more than I can handle.
Yes, the iPhone 6 Plus looks gorgeous, and produces beautiful photos, video, and audio, but I didn’t realize how important being able to do things with one hand was/is to me.
If all I used the iPhone 6 Plus for was creating multimedia content, I’d be happy. Editing audio and video is easier with the larger screen.
Unfortunately for me, I didn’t foresee that the balance of the phone, in addition to the extra inches would mean I would have to use my left hand to brace the phone and reach for the top of the screen, while I thumb-clicked and held the phone with my right.
I’d taken for granted how easy it was to take my iPhone 5 out of the holster on my left hip with one hand to quickly check an email, tweet, or snap a photo.
While I tried to make it work, and ordered a holster for the 6 Plus, I’m afraid the chemistry just isn’t there.
I’ve confided in WTOP’s Technical Operations Manager Brian Oliger — my iPhone wingman — that it’s just not working out with the Plus.
Maybe that iPhone 6 is more my style.