Any Problems

  • I Have Problems

    Votes: 14 9.7%
  • No Problems at all

    Votes: 131 90.3%

  • Total voters
    145

SF-RR7

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Dec 29, 2010
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Seems to me that there's a lot of threads of people here with problems with there New phones.
So let's get some Positivity here and chime in if you have a perfectly working phone like me.

iPhone 6s Silver 64GB ATT Ordered through Apple
 
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McDaddio

macrumors 6502a
Oct 6, 2014
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I had no problems until I found out I have a chip that some people say is worse...but some
Say it is better so I am confused if I have problems or not.
 
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Shadowbech

macrumors 604
Oct 18, 2011
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There will always be problems but Apple will always be there to help. So far mine is working as it should, no issues.
 
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rocknblogger

macrumors 68020
Apr 2, 2011
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Perfect 6s Plus in every respect. I literally could not be happier. By the way I don't read any of the "problems" threads. If you just enjoy your phone and stay out of the negative threads it makes life with your device so much easier :D
 
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kioko91

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Sep 21, 2014
146
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I've had my fair share of bad devices in the past. I'm quite pleased this far with this one, knock on wood!
 
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CE3

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Nov 26, 2014
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I've had zero problems (beyond getting the att version activated on my carrier, which was no fault of the phone), but I'm not convinced 6S battery life will cut it in the long run. My iPhone usage tends to be fairly light to moderate, so I shouldn't have any problems making it through my average days, but I also have my heavy phone, camera, maps, bluetooth, music days too. I'm contemplating returning to exchange for the better battery of the 6S+. I like the 6S size better, though. Maybe I'm just being too picky.
 

CEmajr

macrumors 601
Dec 18, 2012
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Have a 64GB 6s+ and have no issues at all with the device. It's extremely fast and smooth. Everything seems so instant. I don't think I've loved my iPhone like this in a while. Maybe it's because of how disappointed I was in the performance of the 6+. This iPhone has the hardware that I could actually keep for 2 years and still be good.

My only problem is whether I want to keep the 6s+ or go to the 6s. I was holding my girlfriend's iPhone 6 the other day and it felt so perfect in my hand. Still have 3 days before the 14 days are up. Decisions...
 

sunking101

macrumors 604
Sep 19, 2013
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Have a 64GB 6s+ and have no issues at all with the device. It's extremely fast and smooth. Everything seems so instant. I don't think I've loved my iPhone like this in a while. Maybe it's because of how disappointed I was in the performance of the 6+. This iPhone has the hardware that I could actually keep for 2 years and still be good.

My only problem is whether I want to keep the 6s+ or go to the 6s. I was holding my girlfriend's iPhone 6 the other day and it felt so perfect in my hand. Still have 3 days before the 14 days are up. Decisions...

I'm sticking with the Plus size but would possibly move down if Apple ever offer a 5.2" in the future. Even the 5" HTC screens seem a bit small these days.
 

EM2013

macrumors 68020
Sep 2, 2013
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I gotten the 4S, 5S, 6, and 6S on launch day and luckily I've never had a problem with any of them.
 

CEmajr

macrumors 601
Dec 18, 2012
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Charlotte, NC
I'm sticking with the Plus size but would possibly move down if Apple ever offer a 5.2" in the future. Even the 5" HTC screens seem a bit small these days.
Yeah I'm leaning towards keeping it. The only time it really is too much is when I go running so I suppose I can just get used to leaving it at home for that.
 

sunking101

macrumors 604
Sep 19, 2013
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Yeah I'm leaning towards keeping it. The only time it really is too much is when I go running so I suppose I can just get used to leaving it at home for that.

I wish I ran, it would be a nice problem to have. Dodgy knees...
For the whole time I had my 6+ I fancied a smaller phone, however when I sold it I actually missed the size and getting the 6S+ became a no-brainer. The only time these phones feel big is when you handle a smaller one! That's why the guys who buy both sizes with the intention of keeping the one they're most comfortable with struggle with the decision so much. The 6S feels better but that feelgood factor comes with compromises that I wouldn't want to live with these days. Especially now that the new Plus model actually performs well.
 

CE3

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Nov 26, 2014
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So, you're taking a poll, but asking only people who have no problems to vote? What kind of a poll is that? LOL

Who asked people not to vote? The poll is fair and gives you a "I have problems" with my 6S option. The OP is just more interested in people who aren't having issues to "chime in" and post their positive experiences here. There are plenty of other threads on this forum for people who are having issues to post in.
 
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SF-RR7

macrumors regular
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Dec 29, 2010
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So, you're taking a poll, but asking only people who have no problems to vote? What kind of a poll is that? LOL

Sorry if it's unclear.
Was just a spur of the moment while I was on the toilet. Lol

To me it just seemed there are so many threads of people with problems and I feel lucky to have none.

Usually people with problems post and I just wanted to get a idea of how many had no issues.
 

SF-RR7

macrumors regular
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Dec 29, 2010
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Who asked people not to vote? The poll is fair and gives you a "I have problems" with my 6S option. The OP is just more interested in people who aren't having issues to "chime in" and post their positive experiences here. There are plenty of other threads on this forum for people who are having issues to post in.

Thank you.
Exactly how I feel.
 
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Zombiecrowd

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Oct 3, 2013
105
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I found out I have a TSMC A9 chip today. If I had a Samsung I was going to contemplate suicide. So no suicide is always positive
 
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TeeWrecks

macrumors member
Oct 1, 2015
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Came from a note 4 and really loving the experience, I haven't had any of the lagging or issues everyone else has , hoping this holds up. I have a 6s plus btw
 

woodekm

macrumors 65816
Feb 24, 2008
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Sounds like if you find out what chip your phone has in it, it might be the good one - that is not as good as the bad one, or the bad one that is better than the good one - which is...........good? Im confused.
 

SF-RR7

macrumors regular
Original poster
Dec 29, 2010
132
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Sounds like if you find out what chip your phone has in it, it might be the good one - that is not as good as the bad one, or the bad one that is better than the good one - which is...........good? Im confused.
Don't over think it and worry.
You probably can't even tell the difference.
Just enjoy the phone.
 
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