For the large-handed, near-sighted or those that subscribe to the "bigger is better" school of thought, Apple just unveiled the perfect phone: the iPhone 6 *Plus.*

Starting at $199 for 16GB, the iPhone 6 will have a 4.7 inch display and the iPhone 6 ~Plus~ (starting at $299) will have a 5.5 inch display. For comparison, the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5S are only 4 inches long. Features include Wi-Fi calling and a supremely badass camera lens for taking selfies.

And if -- for some reason -- you love to exercise, both versions of the phone have a built in barometer that measures relative elevation from air pressure. Thanks to this handy improvement, the Nike+ running app will now measure distance and elevation. Pair this with Nicki Minaj's Anaconda on repeat to maximize your workout.

But if you're more into using your iPhone to play Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, the new iPhone will have 50% better performance over a sustained period of time. That means you can complete more photo shoots and buy useless things with K stars without completely draining your battery.

When it comes to spending actual money, Apple's got a new app for that. With the iPhone 6 comes Apple Pay. You can use it anywhere that allows contactless payments and at select retailers including Macy's, Sephora, and Whole Foods. In light of celebrity-nude-gate, privacy is always a big concern here but, theoretically, Apple doesn't track how much you spend or where you spend it.

Obviously, the perfect companion to a big phone is a tiny phone on a wristband. But the Apple watch is more than just a smaller iPhone. The user interface can be navigated by a side dial in addition to touch and pressure navigating. The Apple Watch (notably not called iWatch) focuses on fitness because apparently a lot of people are into that. It has a sleek design and, fashionably enough, you can also change out the wristband to a variety of options.

And although we're not entirely sure why, the Apple Watch also has this cute, 3D emoji.

Okay. We're sold. We'll take all of it.

[h/t Gizmodo]