The iPhone 6s looks great, specs seems minimal and not up to par with other android phones but with such intuitive and simple software, the iPhone 6s doesn't require that much power for multitasking and playing games. The 16Gb offering is a let down,32gb should have been the norm. The camera pixel bump is a welcoming upgrade that the iPhone sorely needed and the ram boost is well appreciated. So far, its a good phone and decent upgrade from the iphone 6.
If it's not an iPhone..it's not an iPhone!.. too all Android fanboys trying to give bad opinion about this phone..LOL
AnonD-440145, 12 Sep 2015Hey, I have iPhone since the 4 and I never have problems with the battery the worst time you h... moreyeah bro but i kinda travel alot and need atleast a complete day back up.
android is a whore.. LG, SAMSUNG, MOTOROLA, ASUS, ACER, OPPO.. etc.. just like symbian bfore. ios for apple only. I bet to choose rather than andriod is the windows 8 of microsoft phone. im waiting for the time to come that iphone vs microsoft phone.. ios vs windows phone.. microsoft wake up
using an android? it sucks.. android everywhere. even in the philippines you can use an android phone. ios is still the best and classy..
I have long waited for this specs on iphone....
i was in iphone 5s i sold it ,than i bought a cheap samsung s4 till the 6s comes out,but believe me the most laggy samsung i ever had,the specs on the paper looked great but in reality it just wont work...
but the iphone 6s has come so im gonna upgrade... i missed simply ios...
Anonym, 13 Sep 2015That is one of the silliest and unreliable benchmarks I have ever seen. You are actually meas... moreSo you are saying human experience isnt as important to you as benchmark tests. Congrats, stay happy with the high numbers that you get to see when you run benchmark tests on your Android phone.
AnonD-440356, 13 Sep 2015Apple has finally reached the hardware of android flagships 2013, good! :)Yea, you are right; but iPhone 6S will still trash S6 and all other Android flagships with its 2013 specs, much like the 6 did with its 2012 specs.
Anonym, 13 Sep 2015"give credit to iPhones if they can be as good as Android flagships with multi-core proce... moreApple iPhone 6 mostly trumped S5 and all other flagships in all departments, if that keeps you happy. And design, build quality and app ecosystem are probably Apple's biggest forte. S6, Sony Xperia Z line-up and HTC's one line-up all were influenced by Apple's all glass and metal unibody or the all aluminium body. The bottom of the S6 looks identical to the 6, except for the placement of the antenna bands.
And dnt tell me Android power-users do anything on their phones that an iOS user cnt. They still end up browsing the net, watching videos, posting on FB, chatting on whatsapp and hike and clicking pictures and recording videos.
AnonD-440356, 13 Sep 2015Apple has finally reached the hardware of android flagships 2013, good! :)Once you understand hardware, even a little, start talking man :)
Every bit knowing person sees that you know and understand nothing of hardware.
It is not just in numbers. It is not without syncing to the software.
Apple has finally reached the hardware of android flagships 2013, good! :)
AnonD-439890, 13 Sep 2015https://youtu.be/9K94AKwkLNs
Another one just for my Abdroid friends. I have intentionally co... more"give credit to iPhones if they can be as good as Android flagships with multi-core processors and 2/3/4GB RAMs" -- That sounds like something people would do if iPhones were the cheaper alternative to Android flagships. Guess what, they are not!
They are actually sold at a premium price, so they should also match it with a premium in performance (not just equivalence).
THAT is the whole point Android power-users make.
Now, there is more to this story than just that (design, build materials, quality, choice of OS, ecosystem maturity, etc), but this is the straight reply to your point.
AnonD-1825, 13 Sep 2015"cuz even though it has really low specs,"
It doesnt, for example iPhone chip is ... moreThat is one of the silliest and unreliable benchmarks I have ever seen.
You are actually measuring the human that has to react to events and then act on the phone's interface, meaning he (the human) will perform far better in the phone/interface he usually uses.
Could have gone either way, fully automate it (or repeat the experiment a significant number of times) and then we will talk about actual results.
Your message was indeed a nice read. It was refreshingly different from what most Android and iOS fanboys do; that is bash each other up. I haven't used Android phones ever, but I do know that the Note series have always been the most productive Android devices. A large part of that is due to the S pen and third party styluses or even Apple's own Pencil cnt match it (at least as of now). Without much research, I would only like to add that iOS may not be a very simple OS either; you can run Autocad and other productivity suites including the full version of Adobe's photoshop on the iPad Pro 12.9".