And the winner is: iPhone 6 Plus

It's that time of the year again, a release of a new iPhone. Yes, my favorite time of the year.  After much deliberation, I took the plunge and went Biggest. As if getting a new iPhone and deciding on the color wasn't enough, they had to go ahead and make two different sizes! I am not a big fan of the phablets but I couldn't pass up on the better camera. Just couldn't. 

If they had made both phones with the same identical specs, it would've been no biggie. I would've chosen the iPhone 6. The fact they made the iPhone 6 plus with a better camera, the Optical Imagine Stabilization, makes me think Apple wanted to lure clients to that phone. Also Apple decided to ditch the 32 GB and now doubled it to 64GB, yes thank you! 

The camera is what finally did it for me. I was so hesitant and still couldn't make up my mind this morning. I missed the midnight sellout and by 9 a.m I was finally placing my order. Delivery? 3-4 weeks delivery is said. UGH! Oh well. Nothing I could do now. The weird thing though is that the iPhone 6 had a delivery date for 9/19! Yes they had that available but not the Plus? What? I thought it would be the other way around! I don't mind the wait as long as I got the one I really wanted. All I know is that once this phone is on my hands, I will know immediately if it's for me or not. 

Only time will tell how much I enjoy having such a giant phone. My sister, a Samsung Note 2 user, swears she loves the size of her phone and that I will not regret buying it. Just in case she is wrong, I will make sure to keep my receipt handy if I need to make a quick exchange at the Apple Store. 

My first impression will tell me everything. It's either Love at First Sight or nothing.  Sure I'm not gonna lie, I still feel nervous  I overbought it then again it's Apple. What's not to love? The more Apple the Better. This will definitely be a whole new experience for me and one I can't wait to have. Delivery day can't possibly get here fast enough! :)

Lorena Frith

Lifestyle Photographer in Houston, Texas