Smart iPhone 6 and Smart iPhone 6 Plus Registration Page Goes Live

Both Apple iPhone 6 and Apple iPhone 6 Plus are amazing smartphones -- but for you to be able to make the most of their incredible features anywhere you go and for these devices to reach their full blossom and potential under your ownership, you'd really have to pair them with strong, fast, and reliable mobile data connection. And that's something that only the country's biggest network, Smart Communications, can provide.

Smart iPhone 6, Smart iPhone 6 Plus

TP Friends, I'm glad to inform you that - far earlier than expected - Smart Postpaid's registration page for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 bundles officially goes live starting on Saturday, October 25, 2014. I honestly thought the Apple's co-flagship smartphones won't be formally available locally until December -- but I'm really had they arrived a lot sooner.

So for those who are interested, you may now go to http://smrt.ph/smartiphone6 to register your interest and try to reserve at least one bundle for yourself.

Smart iPhone 6, Smart iPhone 6 Plus

Smart iPhone 6, Smart iPhone 6 Plus

Smart iPhone 6, Smart iPhone 6 Plus

Flaunting a re-imagined ultra-slim aluminum enclosure with rounded edges, Apple iPhone 6 is equipped with a 4.7-inch Retina HD display with 1334 x 750 resolution, providing 38 percent more viewing area than its beautiful predecessor, the iPhone 5s.

Apple iPhone 6 is powered by a second generation 64-bit desktop-class architecture Apple A8 chip that - according to the company - offers faster performance and is more energy efficient, delivering higher sustained performance with great battery life. "With Metal, a new graphics technology in iOS 8, developers can take performance of the A8 chip even further to bring console-class 3D games to iPhone. The A8 chip also includes a new, powerful Apple-designed image signal processor that enables advanced camera and video features."

The device also has an M8 motion co-processor that's there to gather motion data from the accelerometer, gyroscope, compass and the new barometer that senses air pressure to provide relative elevation. This unique co-processor is capable of continuously measuring your motion data, even when the phone is inactive or asleep, saving battery life for fitness apps that use sensors all day. With Apple iOS 8, motion data gathered by M8 appears in the Health app (and other upcoming similar applications) so users can see how many flights of stairs they've climbed, or how far they've walked or run.

As for the phone's imaging capabilities, there's the new iSight camera with an improved sensor featuring Focus Pixels for faster autofocus, letting you capture any moment really fast. High-definition video capture on iPhone 6 has been improved and now has higher frame rates up to 60fps for 1080p video and 240fps for slow-motion clips, as well as continuous autofocus, cinematic video stabilization and time-lapse video. The FaceTime HD camera in front now captures over 80 percent more light with a new sensor and larger f/2.2 aperture delivering clearer and brighter selfies plus it comes with advanced new features including burst mode and HDR video.

In a nutshell, "The Apple iPhone 6 isn’t simply bigger -- it’s also better in every way. Larger, yet dramatically thinner. More powerful, but remarkably power efficient. With a smooth metal surface that seamlessly curves to meet the new Retina HD display. It’s one continuous form where hardware and software function in perfect unison, creating a new generation of smartphone by the American company that’s better by any measure."

Smart iPhone 6, Smart iPhone 6 Plus

Smart iPhone 6, Smart iPhone 6 Plus

Smart iPhone 6, Smart iPhone 6 Plus

Practically just a stretched-out, larger version of the smaller co-flagship Apple iPhone 6, the metal-clad Apple iPhone 6 Plus comes with a number of cool new features here and there -- apart from flaunting a larger 5.5-inch Full HD Retina Display.

Like the regular iPhone 6, the Plus version is equipped with the new 8 MegaPixel iSight camera with improved sensor that now comes with 'Focus Pixels' for faster autofocus in addition to its large 1.5-micron pixels and ƒ/2.2 aperture. But what makes Apple iPhone 6 Plus' main camera module even more special is that it features Optical Image Stabilization, which lets you capture crisp and clear shots even when you're walking or your hand is shaking as it compensates for movement while you're taking photos.

As for video capture, you can enjoy higher frame rates up to 60fps for 1080p video and 240fps for slow-motion clips, as well as continuous autofocus, cinematic video stabilization and time-lapse video. On the other hand, the FaceTime HD front cam - with all-new burst mode and HDR video - is now capable of capturing over 80 percent more light with its more powerful sensor and larger f/2.2 aperture for brighter and more vibrant selfies.

Smart iPhone 6, Smart iPhone 6 Plus

Smart iPhone 6, Smart iPhone 6 Plus

"The iPhone is the most loved smartphone in the world with the highest customer satisfaction in the industry," shared Mr. Tim Cook, Apple CEO. "And we are making it much better in every way. Only Apple can combine the best hardware, software and services at this unprecedented level and we think customers are going to love it."

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