While the hype over the iPhone 6 Plus has settled a bit, there is still plenty to be excited about. The new 5.5-inch smartphone is giving Apple’s bottom line a much-needed boost and is partnering with one of the country’s largest mobile communications giants to give customers what they want in a ca

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A pair of recent surveys states that the iPhone 6 Plus accounts for about 25 percent of Apple’s total iPhone sales during the first two weeks of the phone’s release with an additional 25 percent to 30 percent of of all iPhone 6-series sales in 2015. Apple iPhone 6 Plus’ on-contract starting price of $299 is also a huge selling point for customers. This is only $100 more than the iPhone 6.

Besides a larger and more crisp display, the iPhone 6 Plus also has improved LTE and WiFi speeds, better autofocus, more storage capacities (up to 128 GB) and the new NFC Apple Pay mobile wallet feature. It also has a bigger battery and optical image stabilization for improved low-light photography. It includes a fingerprint reader, 8-megapixel iSight main camera with Focus Pixels, front camera and Siri voice assistant. It comes with iOS 8 and iCloud in a 7.1mm thin design.

T-Mobile Partnership

T-Mobile’s iPhone 6 Plus is no different from Verizon and AT&T’s, but there some differences if consumers sign up with T-Mobile. If you purchased an “unlocked” version from the Apple Store, you can connect it to whatever carrier you want. However, that will cost anywhere from $749 to $949 up front.

If you want to stay with T-Mobile, there are alternatives. The cell phone company has an installment plan where you pay nothing up front, but $31.34 per month (plus service plan fees) for two years for a total of $750. There’s no contract involved, but if you want to leave T-Mobile at any time, you will have to pay off the phone.  T-Mobile also has a Jump service plan where for $41.24 a month (plus service plan fees) you can replace your iPhone once a year.

A neat feature with the iPhone 6 Plus’relationship with T-Mobile is its Wi-Fi calling, which is enabled through a switch in the phone’s settings. It sounds like a typical cellular call and is a great solution to if you live in a limited T-Mobile coverage area. And because it’s technically a phablet, customers are eligible for receive unlimited access to data while on a T-Mobile network without overages or annual service contracts.

Add Some Great Apps

Finally, nothing tops off an awesome new phone than some exciting apps. Some of the best apps to show off on an iPhone 6 Plus include:

Twitterrific 5: With beautiful themes and designs, this free live streaming app works great with an iPhone 6 Plus. It includes list management, gestural controls, filtering, muting and more.

iMovie: More space on the screen means the ability to do more with your videos. The updated iMovie works great with the phone’s video camera and allows for better editing and previewing of your content.

Asphalt 8: Airborne: For those who enjoy a classic racing game, Asphalt 8: Airborne has more opponents, more cars and fresh virtual effects that look amazing on the 5.5-inch screen. 

Add Some Great Apps

Finally, nothing tops off an awesome new phone than some exciting apps. Some of the best apps to show off on an iPhone 6 Plus include:

  • Twitterrific 5: With beautiful themes and designs, this free live streaming app works great with an iPhone 6 Plus. It includes list management, gestural controls, filtering, muting and more.
  • iMovie: More space on the screen means the ability to do more with your videos. The updated iMovie works great with the phone’s video camera and allows for better editing and previewing of your content.
  • Asphalt 8: Airborne: For those who enjoy a classic racing game, Asphalt 8: Airborne has more opponents, more cars and fresh virtual effects that look amazing on the 5.5-inch screen.

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