Back in November of 2015, I upgraded from my 4S to a 6S on contract. Well it hasn't been exactly what I hoped for, as for this phone isn't as reliable as my 4S. I don't know why, but it seems that there's a terrible issue with battery life on it. Ever since I got it, the battery drains insanely fast. The processor heats up and pretty much boils the battery until it eventually dies. It's ridiculous that I have to charge the thing 2-3 times a day, where I could get by a day on my 4S with around 20-15% at the end of the day. It's almost like the phone has too much power and it doesn't really know how to handle it properly. Why does it heat up like it does just from simply scrolling through Instagram or Safari? It doesn't make any sense at all. If iOS is what is causing all the issues because it's getting too complicated for the processor to just relax. For the past week, I have brought my 4S along to listen to Spotify and just look around at things since, well I don't care if that battery dies, and the phone runs just as fast as my 6S. Well oddly enough my 4S still manages to end the day with more battery life than my 6S does, and I didn't even use the 6S. It sits in my pocket and I periodically take it out to look at something and when I take it out, it's pretty warm and the battery is once again draining itself. It utterly pisses me off that it acts this way and it's really pathetic compared to my 5 year old 4S. Yes the 4S will heat up, but it doesn't do it nearly as badly as the 6S does. Heck half of the heat on the 4S is just from my hands holding it. I question if companies really think that phones need to be this powerful. What do most people use them for? Looking at Instagram, posting on Snapchat, texting, and taking lots of pictures. You don't need an insane processor to perform these actions, especially on iOS. It's understandable for Android because Java can be pretty demanding at times. I was wanting to upgrade to the iPhone 7 for the reason that I hope the fusion chip manages battery life better, and I would like to have an iPhone that I can hold easily without fearing of dropping it. Jet black is much easier to hold compared to any matte finish. I don't generally like cases. Never used them on my 4S and periodically use them on my 6S because I fear of dropping it much more than my 4S. Glossy finishes provide way better grip than a slick matte finish. So let me ask you 6S users. Are you having terrible battery issues with it?