In a lot of ways, the version of iOS 8 that runs on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus is identical to what iPhone 5S or 5C owners use—except for three features that take advantage of the newer models' larger screens. If you've got an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus, getting to know these three features will help you enjoy your iPhone even more.
the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus have bigger screens than any iPhone before them
(4.7 and 5.5 inches, respectively, versus the 4-inch screen available
on the previous three models). Thanks to a feature called Display Zoom,
you can take advantage of those larger screens in two ways: to show more
content or to make the content bigger.
Display Zoom lets you choose
the way your screen displays content. Because the iPhone 6 Plus' screen
is 1.5 inches bigger than the screen on the iPhone 5S, for instance, it
can use that extra space to show more words in an email, more of a
Display Zoom is also helpful for users with poor
eyesight or who just prefer bigger onscreen elements. In this case, the
bigger screen is used to enlarge the text, icons, images, and other
elements displayed on the phone to make them easier to read.
the Standard or Zoomed option in Display Zoom is part of the set-up
process for both phones, but if you want to change your selection,
simply follow these steps:
1Tap the Settings app
2Tap Display & Brightness
3Tap Display Zoom