I too, LOVE the iPhone 6s than the Ace 4 I have right now. I just found out it had little RAM, and experiencing different problems with it. In March, I am DEFINATELY changing to iOS.
AnonD-499757, 11 Feb 2016First time IOS user on Iphone 6s 16GB (Full time since Jan 2016) Earlier used: Android from ... moreHay ur review is quite helpful I'm currently using Samsung S5 and nt sure which mob to buy. Samsung S6 edge or iPhone 6s plz guide me.
Anonymous, 14 Feb 2016Can you elaborate on the mass storage support.
What are the limitations?
Access files from ... moreJust that the internal memory (DCIM folder) mounts as a drive on PC and:
-- can copy anything (pictures/videos) off the drive to your PC
-- can't paste anything into drive
-- can't cut anything from drive
Hope this helps
AnonD-499757, 11 Feb 2016First time IOS user on Iphone 6s 16GB (Full time since Jan 2016) Earlier used: Android from ... moreExcellent review...I too shifted from Nexus and Oneplus two and now using iphone6s...
ethereal, 12 Feb 2016Nice short review and glad that you are loving it so far!
A quick left to right swi... moreCan you elaborate on the mass storage support.
What are the limitations?
Access files from all the apps on the phone?
Nonsense price tag!!!! I can't spend $1300 on single device that has ONLY 16gig storage!!!! !
Hi, I am planning to buy this 6s...pls advise your opinions.....
ethereal, 12 Feb 2016By the way have you tried/considered the Nexus 6P? How do you find it for your needs? I own on... moreIt depends on your environment. If you are surrounded with iDevices, iPhone is more featured. If you are surrounded wifh Pc and androids, then you find android more featured.
Andrei, 11 Feb 2016I had many iphones over years,and i can say i am an apple fan boy, but i think this for one re... morehey buddy you r correct man "s" varients are the best. Cuz apple reveals that the "s" is for speed. And the s varients are improved devices.
AnonD-499757, 11 Feb 2016First time IOS user on Iphone 6s 16GB (Full time since Jan 2016) Earlier used: Android from ... moreBy the way have you tried/considered the Nexus 6P? How do you find it for your needs? I own one and of course it's a more powerful/feature-rich device than an iPhone. However, I find it just too big for my use and not carrying it as my daily driver for the moment.
AnonD-499757, 11 Feb 2016First time IOS user on Iphone 6s 16GB (Full time since Jan 2016)
Android from ... moreNice short review and glad that you are loving it so far!
A quick left to right swipe is a good alternate to using the Back button. I myself found it too difficult to use initially but now feel why this gesture is not available on android. Just give it a shot and you will get used to it pretty soon.
Go buy Apple Music subscription. It's a great experience and crosts only ₹120 a month post 3 months free trial. The audio quality/bitrate is awesome and they have got a pretty good catalog of songs from artists all around the world. New work is constantly being added up.
USB mass storage is supported but with few limitations. For example you can copy but cut/paste is not allowed. You don't require iTunes to copy stuff from iPhone and it works well for me with W10.
iCloud is more safer and a wiser decision to make. Just have it sync important data on Wifi to save carrier charges.
First time IOS user on Iphone 6s 16GB (Full time since Jan 2016)
Android from Â“Gingerbread (2011)Â” to Â“Lollipop(2015)Â” (Samsung devices Galaxy Pro and others costing over 20K INR each & Moto devices G 1, 2 & 3 only)
Windows 8.2 (Lumia 640)
******Review suitable for users with following needs only******
Â“QuickÂ” multitasking (Apps starting off where you left them)
Less than 15 to 20 photos clicked in a week
Not more than 25 downloaded apps (1 storage hungry game with minimal play time spent)
Messaging apps used for not more than 2 hours a day
Voice calls at just about 2 hours a day
Music less than 30 mins a day
4G/3G connectivity always on to be able to receive and respond to emails and messages
(Personally have always bought devices thinking my usage will increase but always noticed myself rolling down to just the above requirements once the initial interest of exploring a new device fades away)
***Review of the Iphone 6s:****
Love the touch and feel of the device but adding a case takes away from the appeal, donÂ’t add a case and it takes away some of your sleep worrying about the accidental damage of your device worth over Â“FIFTY THOUSAND INRÂ” (let that sink in a little).
Charges pretty quickly with the 2.1A charger provided, if your version of an entire day is just 9 am to 7 pm then the phoneÂ’s battery life is perfect if you can have it reach 100% charge just by about 8 am.
However, if you begin your day at 6 am with 100% charge and plan to finish up the day at 10 pm, then a battery pack is a must unless you want your commute back home to feel like the climax of an Action-Thriller movie (will he make it, won't he make it?).
No Bluetooth to transfer files to other folks, not a problem as IÂ’ve found myself using Whatsapp to do it over the last few years even before I switched to IOS
Apps open precisely how you let them before exiting to the home screen without lag unless the information displayed last will be refreshed by the app or data usage
Super impressed with TOUCH IDÂ’s finger print recognition speed. Click the home button once like you would to wake the device and thatÂ’s it, not required to leave your finger hanging in there even for microseconds more! It wakes and unlocks the device with just this one swift action
****The Android user inside me has this to say:****
I MISS THE BACK BUTTON at the bottom of the screen as against having to reach out to the top left of the screen or double tap home button for Reachability
The very little songs I retain on my phone, I donÂ’t want to transfer them to the device using an application instead of just having my phone recognized as a USB storage device by my laptop
OTG (on devices without SD card slot) Â– I find it better than using the cloud (donÂ’t forget the data charges) to reduce some clutter from my devices when needed in the long run
If you are a user just like me (after the initial exploring days with a new phone) than IÂ’m sure the Iphone 6s does mesmerize you with itÂ’s petite yet sturdy design, speed and usability. Certain clinks in the armour do show up, but itÂ’s not all about the latest and fastest hardware being available but how well the end result is when:
You touch the screen
Use the apps from where you left them
Without sensing any heat in the palm of your hands
With exceptional voice call quality!
gaurav bigg, 04 Feb 2016Please suggest the best apps to identify caller Id.True caller is not working as good as that ... moreBothering and nonsensical argument. Live with your limited and impractical IPhone, pay more for less and be happy with the (apple) ..
I had many iphones over years,and i can say i am an apple fan boy, but i think this for one reason, it maintaines its speed over time. I had an iphone 5 two years ago and it still runs smoothly. I had the 5s which was even better. The 6 wasnt so much an upgrade from the 5s because it had the same speed. 6s is blazzing fast and it wil remain fast for i think another 3 years.I will remain with the 6s and i will upgrade at 7s or whatever the name will be because i am not that interested in a new phone which runs the same as the predecesor. In my opinion the s variants are much better the the regulars.
AnonD-499464, 11 Feb 2016Iphones 6s have ios9 the one fixed in this from the company so do we still need to update it The latest version is 9.2.1. So if your device is not running this version, you should update.
Iphones 6s have ios9 the one fixed in this from the company so do we still need to update it