<p>Apple has announced not one, but two smartphones at its keynote today: the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus.</p><p>The iPhone 6 has a 4.7 inch display, making it larger than the iPhone 5. It has a resolution of 1334 by 750, with 326 pixels per inch.</p><p>And it's slimmer than the current fleet of iPhone, at 6.9 mm to the 7.6 mm iPhone 5S.</p><p>The iPhone 6S Plus, on the other hand, has a 5.5 inch display, making it Apple's entry into the world of phablets. It has a resolution of 1920 by 1080 with 401 pixels per inch. And it's only 7.2 mm thick.</p><p>Plus, some apps have special landscape views so mail can show your inbox and messages at once, for example. There's also a horizontal homescreen, and a horizontal keyboard with extra buttons like copy and paste.</p><p>Both devices have a continuous, seamless design with no distinct edges. And both are powered by a new Apple A8 chip which apparently has 25 percent faster processing power and 50 percent faster graphics than the A7.</p><p>It's also more energy efficient, so you hopefully won't see your battery life die when playing intensive 3D games. Apple says the iPhone 6 will last for 11 hours when playing video (to 10 hours on iPhone 5), while the 6 Plus will get 14 hours.</p><p>These devices also carry an M8 coprocessor to continuously measure motion data, and a barometer to sense air pressure in relation to elevation for fitness apps. Maybe some creative indie devs could make a game around that.</p><p>The new iPhone 6 range phones also come with 8 megapixel iSight camera, with an all-new sensor and lots of other fancy stats that mean your holiday snaps will look nicer.</p><p>Here is a photo of a woman on a horse. Which is relevant because it was shot with an iPhone 6.</p><p>The camera's also better at detecting faces, has new image stabilisation tech, works better in low light, and captures slow mo video at 240 frames per second.</p><p>The iPhone 6 comes in gold, silver, and space gray like the iPhone 5S. And you can get dashing silicone cases in six colours. It starts at $199 for a 16GB phone on a two-year contract.</p><p>The iPhone 6 Plus comes in the same colours, and starts at $299 for 16GB with a two-year contract.</p><p>Pre-orders start September 12th (on Friday), and they'll be available in the US, UK, Canada, France, Germany, Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Japan on September 19th (next week).</p>From off a hill whose concave womb rewordedThat we must curb it upon others' proof,
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