Getting a new smartphone might require some getting used to, especially if you plan to implement it into your work routine. Most smartphones don’t make too much difference in that regard, however, iPhone 6 is something really special in that regard.
The 4.7-inch screen on the iPhone 6S will help you do more. Simply put – there’s more space to work. The resolution of the display allows you to see a lot on the screen at once. With iPhone in hand you feel as if you don’t need a bigger screen like those on tablets. The larger display (when compared to earlier models) makes working in landscape orientation a good fit for some things you will probably do regularly as a businessperson. Regardless if it’s a nicely programmed two-pane display or a good full-screen layout of a well-designed app, it expands the functionality of the phone for working. It suits all your business needs.
Now, if you’ve used phones with larger screens, the odds are that none have been good enough to assume a bigger role in your day to day work routine. That’s mainly due to the apps. They often malfunction on a big display. Text is probably too small to be useful, controls were not intuitively placed on the screen, or elements weren’t positioned well.
It’s ifferent with the iPhone 6S. Most apps are optimized for its screen size. Working with these apps on the iPhone 6S is natural and productive – it is simply custom tailored for businesspeople. In general, work can be categorized in three major areas: online research, writing and editing. Here we will suggest some apps for you to check out for your iPhone device.
Safari — All web surfing you could need for your phone. It generally has better reviews that Chrome.
Zite — This news aggregator is a great app on iOS. It allows you to check different pieces of news at a glance.
Feedly — If you use RSS, this is the app for you. Regardless of how many RSS you follow, Feedly will help you out to check them all.
NYT Now — This news app also makes good use of the big iPhone screen. It presents the top stories from the NYT and updates all day with breaking news.
Acompli — A lot of people’s email app of choice. It automatically separates priority email from the rest, allowing you to focus on what’s important.
Evernote — This is the app that every serious businessperson wants to have on his or her iPhone when working.
Tweetbot — The best app to check Tweeter quickly. It also functions as a new app, as new hot news hits Tweeter faster than the major news agencies.
Evernote — We told you it is a must when it comes to business. It makes all your documents in a cloud, so you can edit it quickly and without too much fuss.
SwiftKey — This keyboard uses predictive text and it is a big reason why editing work is so good on the iPhone.