6s or 6 Plus?
I can only spend up to £550 on my new iPhone and the iPhone 6s (£539) and 6 Plus (£539) fit this perfectly. However I'm so stuck on which one to buy, I thought I wanted a bigger screen and mammoth battery as I'm coming from the Note 4 however I want the latest and greatest and I feel the screen and battery life will be fine for me as I mostly watch videos on my iPad and need the phone to last through the day with medium usage. Thoughts on which one to buy?
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Re: 6s or 6 Plus?
I have both the 6S+ and the 6S. The battery life one for me is pretty impressive. I took my 6S off the charger at around 2PM on Christmas Eve and I'm just now at 17% at 8:30AM on Saturday with 43hrs standby and 10hrs usage.
On the 6S+, you can pretty much tell the weight is more significant over the 6S and the 6S is easy to use one handed even dialing a number. Other than the size, there isn't much difference that most people will ever notice.
I'm happy I own both.
- 12-26-2015, 12:13 PM #8
- 12-26-2015, 01:11 PM #9
Re: 6s or 6 Plus?
I think you should get the 6S and not the 6 Plus, not because of any size arguments, but simply because it's the latest gen device. The processing speed, 2GB of RAM, and 3D Touch make a huge difference in day to day usage. On top of that, you'll get software updates longer and have access to more of the latest software features as older devices get left behind.
Ultimately its your choice, and get the device you'll be happiest with.
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