Apple have just revealed two new phones rather than the one that everyone was expecting. The iPhone 6 will be available later this year and will have a larger screen than its predecessors with a 4.7" screen and a 6.8mm thick body which is exactly 1.8mm thiner than the iPhone 5s. The iPhone 6 Plus boasts a much bigger screen of 5.5" with a thickness of 7.1mm thick, shaving a whole 0.5mm the old iphone 5s! I know right...wow! Both iPhone 6 models will feature a new Retina HD display with full sRGB wide color gamut and the screen glass curves nicely around the sides to meet the anodized aluminum case. The iPhone 6 Plus will have a resolution of 1334 by 750 with 326 pixels per inch which equates to just over 720p Retina HD display whilst its big brother will feature a resolution of 1920 by 1080 with 401 pixels per inch, that is full 1080p HD resolution. Both handsets will ship with an 8 Megapixel iSight camera which will feature 'focus pixels' this means the camera can tell whether or not your picture is in focus, not dissimilar to an SLR camera. Both new handsets will feature faster Wi-Fi built in, also boasting a new A8 processor chip which is said to have over 1 billion transistors and is 13 percent smaller, 25 percent faster, and 50 percent more efficient than its A7 predecessor.