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    Default General iPhone question.

    Hello everyone,

    I have the 6s Plus, have had it for about a month, it's also my first Apple device EVER. I never got one because I refuse to use phones smaller than 5.5 inches. So all I have ever had was Android, and my last phone was actually a Windows phone running Windows 10 Mobile on the insider program. So I don't know much about Apple really. I was wondering, why does apple always release a phone, then the next one is the same number, just with an "s" added? Why not just go to iPhone 7/+ instead of iPhone 6s/+? I never understood the whole "s" thing. Thank you, sorry if this is a stupid question, but I am really a noob when it comes to Apple and all their products,

    Travis Perkins

    Sent From My iPhone 6s Plus
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    Default Re: General iPhone question.

    The S are basically a refined and better version of the previous iPhone.

    And Apple makes more money that way

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