Leo stood in line all night Friday to buy the iPhone and he got both the iPhone 6 and 6 plus and frankly, he's done with it. Beautiful design. Thin. And it's the first non Samsung chip running the iPhone as well. The chip is very fast with 2 Billion transistors. 20NM process, so it's energy efficient. And a little larger 4.7" screen and 5.5" screen. Leo says that after using it, the iPhone and Android phones are essentially even. Neither one is better than the other overall, but one does do better over the other in certain areas. Android can be customizable easier. Samsung phones have interchangable batteries. Leo likes that. But at the end of the day, it's a matter of preference.
A few notable things ... Leo says that while he likes a big phone, the iPhone 6 plus just doesn't rock his world. 4.7" seems to be the ideal size for the iPhone and he thinks that users will prefer the smaller size, and it seems it's selling better than the 5.5" iPhone 6 plus. It's big enough to see things clearly and type, but can still use with one hand. The one advantage of the 6 plus is a larger battery with better battery life. About 25% more. And some users are complaining that the apps are ugly because most haven't been redesigned for the new screen size yet. Welcome to the world of fragmentation.
Leo says that about 90% of iPhone users will be happy with the new iPhone 6.