The iPhone 6 is the most popular smartphone in the world, and it can stream video from its own internet connection, without any cable or satellite subscription.
But when it comes to internet video streaming, Apple’s newest handset still doesn’t offer the same basic functionality as the competition.
With its 4.7-inch screen and an ultra-fast Snapdragon 810 processor, the iPhone 6 offers a lot of potential for its video-watching audience, but it still lacks some key features.
The iPhone 5s has an 8-megapixel camera and a faster processor, while the iPhone 5c has a better camera, but only 4 megapixels.
If you’re looking to stream your favorite shows from the web to your TV, or your Netflix account, the 5c is the best bet.
If your video stream is slow, the 4.4-inch iPhone 6 and 4.3-inch iPad Pro are your best bets, but if you’re in a hurry and don’t need the extra storage, the iPad Pro is the way to go.
If streaming is a priority, the new iPad Pro has a faster processing and a more powerful processor, but you’ll need to spend more to get that same quality.
The biggest question for all of us is how to best use the new iPhone 6’s hardware.
While it has a lot going for it, the video-streaming experience isn’t perfect, and the app store is a little confusing.
So here’s how to stream video on the iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV without breaking the bank.