Apple's new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus go on sale Sept. 19th, but pre-orders begin on Sept. 12th. If you're ready to trade in your iPhone 5 for one of these bigger and more iOS 8-friendly devices, you're probably going to pre-order.
UPDATE: We've also created printable cutouts for the new Apple Watch to help you determine what size you should get.
One problem. Which size is best for you? Since there aren't any iPhone 6 variants anywhere in stores right now, how will you know which display size you like best—4.7" for the iPhone 6 or 5.5" for the iPhone 6 Plus?
These are the biggest screen upgrades the iPhone has ever had, so to help make sure you're getting one that feels comfortable in your hands, we've created a printable PDF for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus sizes.
Just download this PDF file, print it, then cut the device templates out to see if 5.44" x 2.64" (iPhone 6) or 6.22" x 3.06" (iPhone 6 Plus) is better for you. By comparison, the iPhone 5S is 4.87" x 2.31".
The depth for the iPhone 6 (0.27") and 6 Plus (0.28") isn't a huge leap from the iPhone 5S (0.30"), so if you put the cutouts on top of your current iPhone 5, you'll be able to get a better feel for how they'll be in your hand.
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