I'm really happy with the format of the 6+ and will definitely keep that form factor going forward. I won't upgrade if there's just a minor speed/camera update or a sapphire screen, etc., but Apple has a way of including some "must have" feature.....so I can only decide once I know what's new. The 4S got Siri, the 5S got 64 bit and TouchID. Siri didn't make me upgrade....but the TouchID did and 64bit was a bonus.
No, I am really, really happy with my 6 +. I will wait for the 7 or the 7s.....depending on what the 7 brings. It would take a lot to be any better for me. I would have stayed with the 5 except I needed a larger screen.....at 54, the near field eyesight is not what it used to be......
I was perfectly happy using the 5 even when the 5S was released.
Usually non-S releases are just upgraded guts/camera, so you don't really miss too much. The 5S was the exception where they introduced new hardware/functionality with TouchID. Even then, I didn't feel like I was missing too much.
I don't expect the 6+S to have any new hardware/functionality. Just upgraded guts/camera.
Even if they improve the fingerprint scanner, my current one works fine enough where I can wait until the 7.
When the article about the RAM upgrade was posted, I had a knee-jerk annoyance that there was another feature I wish I had. But, actually, I feel nothing toward the next model. I'll be skipping it, and maybe, just maybe, I may wait for the 7S. Who knows.
Very unlikely. I have no problems at all with my current 6 Plus, the screen is a nice, even color, no crashes, etc. Perhaps next time they make a major design change, but I really doubt I will upgrade this time around.
Well with 2 year contracts it's not that simple to upgrade every year.
Even with some people on installment billing plans it makes no sense to upgrade every year. Apple generally does small updates each year. After 3 years when I went from my 4S to my 6 Plus it was a nice upgrade. Sure the OS was roughly the same but the 6 Plus itself is amazing so I won't be upgrading until 2 more iterations of the iPhone.
On another note, why do people keep assuming the next version going to be called the "6S"? Past versions may give off that impression but Apple's naming scheme has changed since Steve Jobs. No point in assuming. I didn't expect the 6 Plus to be called "Plus".