6Plus to 6S anyone ?

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by CVUSA, Sep 13, 2015.

  1. CVUSA macrumors member

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    Wondering anyone thinking or move from 6+ to 6S this year !
     
  2. mellofello macrumors 65816

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    No way. Inferior camera, inferior screen, and worse inferior battery life.

    Sticking with my plus.
     
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  4. shenfrey macrumors 68000

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    Oh yes, sod specs, my 6 plus is way too large. Only want a phone lol
     
  5. apb89 macrumors regular

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    I am switching from a 6+ to a 6s; while I have loved my 6+, I decided that I would prefer a phone that I could use better with one hand. The novelty of having a bigger battery and screen will be missed, but I think I will be happier since I have smaller hands in general :/

    Worse come to worse, I return my 6s or sell and buy a 6s+
     
  6. CVUSA, Sep 13, 2015
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    CVUSA thread starter macrumors member

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    Are you thiking about 6S+ again it that what you mean ? I need a trip to Apple Store to take a look again ! I had 6+ .
     
  7. pat500000 macrumors 604

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    6+ to 7++ would be my thing unless it's just 7+. I wouldn't get it even if the phone has 2gb ram. It's nice to have..but not worth it...especially if it is the same outer design.
     
  8. jimbob4 macrumors member

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    I am going from the 6+ to the 6S..The main reason I did was because I have been on the 16GB model and afraid of running out of space so going with the 6S to get the 64GB of storage.
     
  9. Ctguy macrumors member

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    I'm a 6+ owner and just preordered 6s. It just too much hassle carrying around and can't use one hand. I use iPad most of time anyway.
    If u r thinking about 6s+ then u should get it. Everyone is different.
     
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  11. perkedel macrumors 6502a

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    Yup, me. pain in the ass to use it one handed. I like to be able to use it with one hand like I did with the 5s.

    Screw the camera whatever, that's why I have my DSLR, not even my 6+ can match it :D
     
  12. nathanalf macrumors regular

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    Same. Had 6 Plus since launch, and after getting the new iPad I've decided I just don't need a larger screen phone. The few advantages don't really outweighs the cons.

    Having said that, I'll be on the iPhone upgrade program, and if they release a 7 Plus with smaller overall dimensions (REDUCE THOSE BEZELS) then I can foresee myself switching to the larger model again. The current iteration is just too bulky IMO
     
  13. sdiori macrumors regular

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    SG 6+ --> RG 6S. Love the screen and battery life, Apple needs to work in the enormous bezels. Just not comfortable, for me, to use on an extended basis. No interest in another iPad, I use my 13" rMBP for everything.
     
  14. JFazYankees macrumors 6502

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    Yes, I am. I got both the 6 and 6 Plus on launch last year, decided I liked the Plus' battery and screen resolution, then sold the 6. After a full year, the Plus is just too big for me. Rose Gold 6s it is!
     
  15. MacMandy macrumors 6502

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    I've had the 6+ since launch and loved it, but I'm going smaller. I've now got an iPad Air 2 which I have with me most of the time as its so light and fits in my handbag. I think for most people, if you have a light or small iPad, you don't really need the larger iPhone. I could never fit it in my pocket, and since Apple Music, I've wanted it in my pocket more. It just feels big when I make a call. They are a bit heavier this year too. The better things about the plus haven't really been used. I'm ok for battery, never fall below 50%, I don't watch video on it much apart form the odd YouTube. The landscape ability was hardly ever used, and OIS won't be missed too much for me I think.

    Let's see how I get on. I've reserved a 64Gb Rose Gold 6s to collect in store on 25th. I can always change to a 6s plus if I need to within the 14 days (and I have a 5c I can borrow if there's no stock for a bit)
     
  16. TheRealAlex macrumors 65816

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    I'll be moving from a normal iPhone 6 to a 7 Plus Next year. And everyone with a 6s will be feeling salty

    OLED Display QHD
    improved 3D Force Touch and taptic feedback 2.0
    New battery technology
    Type C USB
    3GB DDR4 RAM
    PowerVR Series 7000 Graphics (Xbox 360 Level)
    Dual Cameras for 3D scanning
    Apple A10 CPU 2x faster than A9 (A9 is Apples first Quad Core CPU the next one will see massive improvements)
    More efficient body design (weird that the 5.5 inch 6 Plus is heavier and has a smaller display than the new Note 5, 5.7


    Apple A10 CPU to go along with iOS X, A9 CPU goes with iOS9 minor updates iOS X will be huge

    So while the 6s line is a incremental update, along the same lines, the iPhone 7 in about 11 months will be an evolutionary update.
     
  17. CVUSA thread starter macrumors member

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    I had 6+ AT&T since launch and no longer use my slow iPad 3 anymore . Yes i love the screen size 6+ for iBook ,YouTube,Photos etc just great . Been thinking about 6s,being bad.. preorder 6S+ full$ AT&T also 6s T Mobile .
    Enjoy your RG 6S !
     
  18. JFazYankees macrumors 6502

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    Not a chance in hell of any of these happening. Looks like you'll be the only salty one...

    Also, the A9 is still dual core.
     
  19. SpasticPat macrumors 6502

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    I may go to a 6S Plus. Verizon is getting too expensive and T-Mobile has LTE in my area so may switch to them. Plus I mainly work and have wifi at home anyways so coverage should be fine.
     
  20. ABC5S macrumors 68040

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    Not going to happen for the ones in bold. New to Apple aren't you ?
     
  21. CVUSA thread starter macrumors member

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    Agreed
     
  22. batting1000 macrumors 604

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    I have a 6 Plus and preordered a 6s. I like everything about the 6 Plus but wasn't happy with the performance. I know the 6s Plus is gonna have better performance and probably solve most of the issues of the 6 Plus, but I kind of like the compact but still larger size of the 6 and it always had solid performance no matter what.
     
  23. mrkramer macrumors 603

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    You know the 6/6S is quite a bit bigger than the 5S was, right? You might still have trouble using it with one hand I know I couldn't use the 6 with one hand which is why I decided I might as well go with the 6+. Not going to go smaller unless apple releases a 4" or smaller phone again, although if you have tried a 6 and can comfortably use it with one hand the I can see why you would want to go down in size.
     
  24. sdiori macrumors regular

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    I'm lucky w/ VZW: I pay $124 + tax/mo for the More Everything plan for 3 lines and 15GB/data. I've learned to NOT sign anymore 2 year agreements and sell my iPhone every year. Worst case scenario: I pay the equivalent of the subsidized cost for my new phone. Granted, my rate plan also includes a 21% discount through my job.
     
  25. VesselA macrumors regular

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    I was considering it because the smaller iPhone is a better size practically unless you have huge hands, but the 326ppi put me off, I can notice jaggies at around 10 inches, 6+ is 401 and noticeably sharper. 6s really should have 1080p / 450ppi display, but apple are leaving that till 7.
    I was thinking about it 326ppi came out on the iPhone 4, thats 5 years ago now and no pixel density increase. At the release retina was a revelation and wonderful improvement, but 5 years later and no increase in sharpness, apple has been a bit lazy on this - at lease the 6+ has over 400ppi, it really makes a different to my eyes
     

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