The 6s Plus is a great addition to the iPhone line. By now pretty much everyone is aware of what the new phones bring. There are also plenty of reviews and break downs of better durability, improved water resistance, massive GeekBench scores, and photo shootouts, so I will just touch on how some of these impact my daily use.2 GB RAM/A9 Processor - The 2GB RAM is amazing. Web pages and apps refresh so much less frequently that a seemingly significantly increase in speeds comes just from the added RAM. Add in the faster processor and this thing works as fast as you do. I did notice a little stutter occasionally opening a folder or app, but it must have been software related as I haven't seen it since I updated to 184.108.40.206 MP Camera - Just taking regular pictures really doesn't seem that different, and since most of my photo interaction is on my phone and Facebook I don't see much of a difference most of the time. The pictures I have taken and looked at closely are definitely better. The biggest difference I've notice is that zoomed in pictures seem a lot clearer, so that is a big plus for me since I take a lot of pictures of my kids at sporting events and I can now get better closeup pictures.5 MP Front Camera - First off, I don't take selfies. Ever. I have occasionally used the front camera to take pictures with my family, and once to video a hummingbird that was feeding right behind me, but they haven't been that great. The big jump may encourage me to take more.Video - The upgrade to 4k video is nice, and I mainly use it just because I can. Hopefully I will look back and enjoy the videos once the format is a little more prevalent and easy to view. I do however, LOVE the ability to zoom in on videos. The OIS is also a great feature that was added to video, and has be very useful when recording anything that requires me to move it looks like I am standing still and the world is moving around me.Live Pictures - I was in the camp of this being one of my most anticipated features. I have kids and catching a few seconds of motion around a picture sounds like a phenomenal idea. For slow shots it is great, but my kids like to move fast and the 12 fps looks very poor in those shots. The best (worst?) example was a picture of my daughter jumping. I actually caught it perfect, the still is at peak jump, but running the Live Picture it is VERY choppy, she goes from crouched to a inch or so off the floor and back down, somehow the peak of her jump the picture captures is missed from the live picture entirely. Hopefully a future update will allow the option to increase the frame rate.3D Touch - I cannot wait for this tech to proliferate into other apps. I disagree with the sentiment that is is essentially a right click. Whereas right click functionality is usually used for advanced options, 3D touch is more like a combination shortcut/middle click. In some cases you can use it to go instantly to an oft used feature as opposed to opening and navigating to it. In other cases you can preview where a normal tap would take you, without actually committing to it and returning to your prior activity by simply letting go. The cursor/text selection feature is spectacular as well. I will admit that overall usage of 3D Touch at this point is fairly limited, and I occasionally forget to take advantage of it, but once other apps start implementing it there will be a day when we wonder how we lived without it.Updated Touch ID - This could be renamed instant ID. Seriously, it registers my touch so quickly that if I want to see my lock screen I either have to conscientiously avoid putting my whole finger on the Home button, or use the Sleep/Wake button to turn it on. I have completely missed notifications because it unlocked faster than I could see what was on the screen. Errors reading are almost non-existent as well.Hey Siri/Proactive Search - I know Proactive search is part of iOS 9, but I believe it brings a better functionality to Siri as well. I am not a big Siri user, mainly because I don't like proclaiming what I am doing on my phone to those around me. but with the better results I am getting and the always on "Hey Siri" ability, I find myself using it when I get the chance. I also take advantage of the Proactive Search more as well. My usual method if finding an answer was firing up a browser and doing a search. With a simple swipe I can now type and get a wide range of results a lot quicker.In short, the new iPhone 6s Plus is amazing, and probably the best update to the iPhone since multi-touch.