Taj, 26 Sep 2015facetime available iPhone 6S & 6S Puls ????The rebranded Skype you mean? Probably not, it doesn't do much in all fairness this phone...
strangly iphone s are not selling in second hand market
even at cost price
qaz, 25 Sep 2015it really doesn't come close to the galaxy note 5 . 6s plus = smaller battery smaller displ... more4GB with touchwiz is useless and the note 5 has only 250 mAh more so it wont make that much difference and you cant compare the camera with how much MP it has so lets wait until the test. but the screen of the note5 is way better the the iPhone 6s plus
Dr Sajal, 25 Sep 2015Is iPhone 6splus have 2 GB ram or 1gb? Can any one confirm?its confirmed with 2GB LPDDR4
I'm not understand why it is so ugly still (and specification so low )iPhone 6s Plus or 6 s design ? (iPhone 5s the best designs still)
Shame that they making this phone so thin, thus cutting of battery capacity. 2750mah for such a large phone? My Z3 is smaller screen and has a 3300mah..
it really doesn't come close to the galaxy note 5 .
6s plus = smaller battery smaller display , half the RAM , Less mega pix camera, etc.
AnonD-397942, 25 Sep 2015Looks so ugly than ip 5s.Low storage,low resolution,why apple?I want change my ip 5s for new p... moreGO for Sony.They have seem to have low end phones but their phones are good.
djskrill, 25 Sep 2015Hey guys, I wanna ask you all something. I owned a 64gb Space Grey iPhone 6 Plus. Should I sti... moreIts not quite an upgrade but if you want that 3D touch and new camera then you can go for it. But 6 plus is great I advise you to stick with it
Looks so ugly than ip 5s.Low storage,low resolution,why apple?I want change my ip 5s for new phone but this phone never make me interesting to buy it.i think i want move from apple to samsung,sony or lg because they oofer more than apple.
This phone is more expensive than my GF. Cmon guys i know its an apple but for same price you can have a lot more better phone and not only 1 but at least 5.
Visit the china where Iphone is manufactured pay for flight. There you can buy 10 phones for same price as you can see in your local shop anywhere else in Europe or USA. Trust me.
Dual core as high end phone its anything special. Also 2GB ram seems really low in our high tech world. And 16gb space for basic version sucks. Nobody will buy it because it wont find space for anything else than apple operating system.
hundreds thousandth shops around the world, millions of staff and billion spend on advertising makes an apple really expensive company. Most expensive in the world with goods they sell.
Hundreds of better or equal phones you can find around the globe for much less money to spend. Pay smart not for brand which means 9/10 of phone manufacturing price.
AnonD-395287, 25 Sep 2015ios is now laggy as android used to be back in the day, gland i went for s6e instead of iphone... moreIf you use iOS 6 on older device, that explains a lot why it is laggy. I use iOS9.1 on 6 Plus and it works great for me
Hey guys, I wanna ask you all something. I owned a 64gb Space Grey iPhone 6 Plus. Should I stick to 6 Plus or upgrade to 6s Plus??
ios is now laggy as android used to be back in the day, gland i went for s6e instead of iphone
RIP ios 6
What Reviewers says about Apple iphone 6s
Ben Bajarin, Techpinions: New iPhones, New Behaviors. IÂ’ve spent a little more than a week with the new iPhones. My first impression was, Â“Apple was not kidding when they said the only thing that has changed is everythingÂ”. This is the first iPhone experience IÂ’ve had in quite some time where I felt a leap forward in user experience. The kind where you realize your behavior has changed, in a positive way, and you wonder how you lived without some of these new features. IÂ’ve always considered it a good sign when a new feature is added to a device that makes you like it so much you wish youÂ’d had it for years. The new iPhones bring several of these experiences.
Niley Patel, The Verge: Apple presses forward. This is an S year for the iPhone, which means the basic physical design of the phone has remained the same while the internals have been substantially revised and made faster. S iPhones may lack the punch of a new design, but Apple says they actually sell better and last longer in the marketplace than non-S iPhones Â— these are the phones that stick around. This year there are also two changes to the exterior: the glass screen is now stronger and more shatter-resistant, and the case is made of a tougher aluminum that will presumably be less prone to bending.
Walt Mossberg, re/code: The iPhone 6s Keeps Apple on Top in the Smartphone Race. The new modelÂ’s most important new feature: The multitouch screen now gains a new system-wide capability Â— it reacts to the force of your finger, a feature called 3D Touch. For instance, if you press just a bit harder than usual on an email in a list, 3D Touch will give you a peek into its contents, including any photos it contains, and then, when you release your finger, youÂ’ll be right back where you were. This is one of those potentially huge user behaviors Â— like swiping, or pinching and zooming Â— that seem odd or minor at first, but which Apple historically is able to make deeply important and useful.
David Pogue, Yahoo: A Spectacular Phone Gets Better. The biggest new thing is speed. ThereÂ’s a new processor in the iPhone 6s family; Apple says itÂ’s Â“up to 70 percentÂ” faster. If you operate an iPhone 6 side-by-side with an iPhone 6s, the difference hits you between the eyes. Opening apps, switching apps, processing thingsÂ—it all happens faster on the 6s. (You can see this side-by-side comparison in my video, above.)
Brian X. Chen, New York Times: The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus are being equipped with two signature new tricks: 3D Touch, which brings up different functions by pressing hard or softly on the touch screen; and Live Photos, which lets you snap photos that essentially turn into miniature videos. After testing the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus for two weeks, I had mixed feelings on the usefulness of the new features. I found that Live Photos quickly became an enjoyable, integral part of shooting photos with an iPhone. But I couldnÂ’t get into the habit of using 3D Touch.
John Paczkowski, BuzzFeed: Yet another iPhone 6S review: IÂ’m already using [3D Touch] constantly, and I am impressed with how good it is at interpreting the force of my touch. ItÂ’s very much an Apple innovation Â— a seemingly subtle change so thoughtfully executed that it proves transformative. Does that also sound like Jobsian hyperbole? Probably. But I think 3D Touch is likely the biggest innovation to the iPhone UI since the iPhone UI.
Joanna Sterne, Wall Street Journal: A Slightly Better iPhone 6. If you have an iPhone 6, you wonÂ’t be overly jealous of those who get a 6sÂ—maybe just a tad envious of those Live Photos. If your iPhone is more than two years old, this is the phone to get. Just make sure to pay AppleÂ’s ransom for the 64GB version.
Sam Grobart, Bloomberg Business: Come for the New Features, Stay for the Screaming Speed. The new iPhone 6S and 6S Plus are great. If youÂ’re in the market for a smartphone, you should buy oneÂ—but not for the reasons you might thinkÂ… With prodigious speed, well-thought-out interfaces, and flawless hardware-software integration, these new iPhones provide the tool for whatever it is youÂ’re doing and just let you do it. The best thing about the 6S and 6S Plus isnÂ’t all the new stuff to pay attention to, itÂ’s all the stuff you never notice.
Matthew Panzarino, Techcrunch: New iPhones and a new tempo. I have a theory, just between you and me, that the new iPhones weÂ’ll be seeing from Apple are never going to go back to the Â‘tick/tockÂ’ cycle. Competition is too fierce, the scope of AppleÂ’s other ambitions is ever increasing, and with chip design in-house and clearly firing on all cylinders, the company has the resources and tools to introduce the most rapid refinements to the iPhone than ever before. WeÂ’ll see if thatÂ’s true next year. But for now, both the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are worth your attention and, if itÂ’s in your budget, a purchase. The camera alone is worth the price of admission Â— itÂ’s truly great Â— the glimpse into the future of three dimensional computing is just a bonus.