Those searching for a smartphone for the first time can become overwhelmed by the number of choices available. There is a common misconception that to get the best from a handset, you'll be forking out an arm and a leg or commit to a long-term expensive contract.
Of course, if you require a phone with the latest specifications, then there is no issue with this. However, those with a smaller budget could find the price too high. Just because some handsets are out of the price range of some does not mean that there are not options available.
Apple has been a dominant force in the smartphone industry for some time and often releases updated handsets to align with the competition. Despite the advancements and improvements made, there is still plenty of value to be found in earlier iterations of the iconic iPhone series.
Released in September 2015, the Apple iPhone 6S was released with the following memory variants.
16GB - Aimed at those who are tight on budget or who don't use the phone that much
32GB - Released a few years later on when Apple scrapped 16GB all together.
64GB - For memory-hungry semi power users
128gb - For advanced users requiring abundant storage space
This 4.7" device's screen is constructed using Gorilla Glass and an aluminium frame for a more robust finish having a screen resolution of 750 x 1334 pixels. It was launched with iOS 9 can support up to iOS 14. Its the first Apple smartphone to feature 2GB RAM, the A9 chipset, and a PowerVR GT7600 GPU.
The main camera consists of 12MP while the front-facing camera is 5MP. Video can be captured in 4K @ 30fps, 1080p @60fps and 1080p @120fps whereas the rear camera can record 1080p at 30 FPS.
This device is a larger screen measuring 5.5 inches, as well as greater resolution coming in at 1920 x 1080. The battery life is also improved, with estimated talk time averaging an impressive 24 hours in contrast to the 14 hours offered by the smaller variant.
There has also been an improvement made to the camera. Although on paper the two different models offer the same resolution, the bigger model fares slightly better thanks to the image stabilization
Those looking for an affordable but reliable handset will find both handsets are more than capable of meeting day to day average use. The choice as to which handset is best for you depends on your comfort level.
Those searching for a bigger screen and better battery life will find that the 6S Plus delivers the additional edge that makes viewing videos and gaming an enhanced experience. However, those looking for a handset that’s reliable and can contend with a manner of all online endeavours will find that the Apple iPhone 6S is more than capable of fulfilling the role at an affordable price.
Brand new Apple iPhone 6s & 6s Plus are hard to find in 2020 so the ones you'll easily find are used or refurbished ones. Places like Officeworks, JB Hifi, BigW, Harvey Norman & Kogan still sell it but stock is hard to find on their website. You might want to walk into one of their stores and ask staff but don't hold your breath. The iPhone 6s price can range anywhere between $199-$300 depending on the variant, condition, capacity, and the reseller's asking price. You're better off buying a refurbished one from Phonebot at less than half the price of a new one. Yes, you can most certainly use it in 2021 thanks to the iOS 14 update which is available for the 6s series. It still performs like a champ and refurbished 6s offer greater value for money and savings.
Yes, you can most certainly use it in 2021 thanks to the iOS 14 update which is available for the 6s series. It still performs like a champ and refurbished 6s offer greater value for money and savings.
iPhone 6s battery replacement costs anywhere between $40-$79 depending on where you get it replaced. Some Aussie repair places in remote areas might charge you $79 while in the metro areas it can cost around $40-$50. Now it doesn't mean the cheaper one is fake or won't last long, but its a matter of how much margin the retailer is making. Some batteries, however, are of inferior quality but generally speaking you should expect at least 6 months warranty with your new battery.
Apple doesn't sell the screens outright so anyscreen replacements are done via third party repair places. This can cost anywhere between $79-$150 depending on where you are at as explained above. The quality of the screen is quite standard and more or less OEM specs, however, if you're not comfortable with the screen resolution, ask the repair place to install the highest quality screen
More information can be found on Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IPhone_6S