There has long been a debate in the mobile phone market: are you an Android person or an Apple person? Even more, which is truly better? Regardless of which side of this debate you are on, all anyone needs to do is check on the incredible stats on any iPhone device: in this case, we are looking at the hardly irrelevant iPhone 6s and 6s plus.
The iPhone 6s Plus was released in the autumn of 2015, and while we have gotten the iPhone 7s and 8s since, it is still powerfully relevant to the market. Even dated, this Apple iPhone installment is a great option for someone looking for a new, technically forward mobile phone.
These Apple mobile phones come in a vibrant array of colors, including rose gold and gold. As far as storage, both the iPhone 6s and 6s plus come in two storage options: 32 GB and 128 GB. The 6s plus weighs a bit more than the 6s, but can boast of a 5.5-inch retina display for the user while the 6s stands at 4.7 inches.
The iPhone 6s plus is the better option for the user in need of a 1080p display, but both models have an HD display and 3D touch capabilities. The front display comes with a fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating, which is a huge plus for users, especially those with sticky-fingered children or teens.
Both phone models include a rechargeable built-in battery with a great battery life. While it can depend on the network that you use, the iPhone 6s plus battery has up to 24 hours of talk time on a basic 3G network; 12 hours for internet use, and a 16-day standby time.
After reviewing all these incredible features, you may already be sold on Apple and ready to make the switch. However, it is still important for many users to understand what is happening inside the phone: i.e. the camera. We have all heard of various news institutions beginning to use iPhones instead of a traditional camera, and we wonder if this is a smart move.
Well, it just might be. Both the iPhone 6s and 6s plus are equipped with a 12-megapixel camera that uses autofocus, a 5-times digital zoom, face detection and noise reduction, and a sapphire crystal lens cover. Additionally, the 6s plus goes a step forward to utilize optical image stabilization.
If you are intent on taking video on the iPhone 6s and 6s plus, you won’t be disappointed either. With 1080p HD video recording, cinematic video stabilization, noise reduction, and a three-times digital and playback zoom, iPhone 6s and 6s plus users also have the option of taking still photos at 8-megapixels while recording video.
Both the iPhone 6s and 6s plus perform well, have brilliant camera features, and an impressive battery life. Some users say that the Touch ID is a bit quick, but because Apple has finally caught with up with Android as far as screen size, this phone led to two great successors in the last few years.
Whether you are an Android user or have stayed loyal to Apple products for the last decade, you have to admit that iPhones are particularly impressive. Do you think that these feature-hefty mobile phones are worth their price tag?