Before You Rush Out To Buy The iPhone 6, You Should Know About This Feature. The iPhone 6 will be released for sale Friday, September 19 with a larger storage capacity of 128 GB! The excitement is high and the lines will be long as people line up the day before to be one of the first people to purchase the new gadget. The competition has never been tougher for the new iPhone with several other devices that have quickly surpassed the iPhone 5s in terms of size, specs, power and performance. BUT WAIT! There is a feature in this 8th generation iPhone you should know about that could end up costing you hundreds of dollars in out of pocket expenses. Apple needs to pull something very special out of the bag to keep itself at the top, so what did the iPhone bring? Well it looks as if they have followed the dollar signs and partnered with big corporations without the Apple consumer in mind.
Apple has installed a chip, the Next Generation Motion Coprocessor, in the new iPhone 6 that has insurance companies excited, to say the least. This chip comes with an application provided to every insurance carrier in the country. How does it work? Policy holders information is being transferred as we speak to a new data base that will identify your phone number as an iPhone user and activate the chip through your GPS locator. It will immediately notify your car insurance company of your driving habits, good or bad. If you are speeding or breaking hard, your insurance carrier will re-evaluate your insurance policy and charge you accordingly. You could eventually be cancelled and labeled an unsafe driver if you tend to speed on a regular basis. This is all part of a new government plan called “Keeping Our Roads Safe”. They hope to reduce traffic deaths by getting bad drivers cited, banned and off the road. Share this with iPhone users before the release date of September 19 so they can make an informed decision to purchase or not!