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10 Things You Need to Know About the iPhone 6


The iPhone 6 Comes in Two Large Sizes

When Apple introduced the iPhone 5s and 5c, they told everyone that it was the perfect size for a phone. Just one year later, the tech company admitted that they were wrong when they announced the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. These amazing new devices have larger screen sizes of 4.7” (iPhone 6) and 5.5” (iPhone 6 Plus), which makes watching videos, taking pictures, and using your favorite apps so much better!


The iPhone 6 Has Upgraded Camera Features

The iPhone 6 gets a lot of new camera features thanks to improvements to the camera itself and the new iOS 8 operating system. The biggest change is that the iPhone 6 Plus features optical image stabilization, which means it actually moves the camera to create less blurry images. The camera also allows 60fps 1080p video recording and has improved facial recognition.

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What Are the 10 Biggest Workout Mistakes?


Thinking More is Better

Working out six to seven times a week may seem like the healthy thing to do, but you probably aren’t achieving maximum results. It’s important to give your muscles time to recover. If your body is overtraining, then you’re not going to see results.

Instead of heading to the gym every single day, shoot for three to five short, intense workouts a week.


Doing Too Many Isolation Exercises

Isolation exercises only work one or a few muscles at a time, which is not an effective way to workout. By practicing compound exercises — exercises that target multiple muscle groups — you can get a better workout in a shorter amount of time, since they use more energy and boost your metabolism. A few common and simple examples of compound exercises are dumbbell lunges, deep squats, and lying floor leg raises with a crunch.

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