Here's a picture of the fountain in Central Park.
It has more pixels than that Flickr rendering. If you want to see them all, there's a menu in the lower right corner of the page that lets you access them.
I did a Hyperlapse video of a ride through Central Park, and for some reason, the image stabilization didn't work. Not sure if this is a problem with the software or the camera.
I have uploaded the video to YouTube. Again, the image quality is pretty incredible. But it might make you nauseous to view it.
Hard to describe, but my desk, my house, the Mac, it all feels new.
It's like a drug in a way. I can't account for it, but it's nice!
Right now I'm glad I didn't get the 6-Plus.
The 6 feels very big. It's hard to reach some of the spots you have to reach. I imagine that the 6-Plus is a two-handed affair.
I have the iPhone 6 restored from backup and running.
I got an unlocked T-Mobile phone. It appears to have a connection to T-Mobile, but I haven't set anything up with them yet.
Trying to figure out if I should swap in the SIM from the old phone, or try somehow to activate it through software or their website.
Update: I just swapped the SIM cards. Seemed the easiest thing to do.