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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Dusterbob, Dec 8, 2015.
Just wondered as I was thinking about getting the iPhone 6 for christmas.
Personally, given the change in RAM from the 6 to 6s, I'd be hesitant to buy a 6 as a phone to last a couple years.
I would not hesitate to go with a 6. It will handle the games without issue. As long as you only plan to have it 2 years. Just my suggestion. The 6 is a very good phone. Heck, Apple still sells the 5s.
Who's got a magic 8-ball around to ask?
I did via this site and it said can not predict now, lol
6s is more future proof. Rule of thumb, if you want to keep the phone for a while, get the latest one out to have mileage out of it.
If you need one now, just go with the 6S. It happens to be a lot more durable, 2GB of RAM is necessary, and the camera is too good.
Please go with the 6S instead of the 6. But to answer your question: Yes
But bro, I can not overstate the 2 gigs of ram enough. It is a game changer for iOS users. There are people who say its not necessary but these people will come to like having those 2 gigs. Its like fighting against the combustible car when you are a carriage saleman. Or the pager to cellphone. Or the letter to telegraph. etc etc
Apps keep getting bigger whole the OS keeps getting lighter. Graphics keep getting more demanding and content keeps getting richer. Go for the best you can afford at the moment.
I had an iPhone 5 for three years. I just upgraded to a 6s.
There was no app that the 5 couldn't run just fine. So I see absolutely no reason why the 6 won't run anything from the App Store for the next 2-3 plus years.
But if you can stretch to the 6s then I'd suggest doing so, not that the 6 is a bad phone. Just that the extra gig of ram in the 6s will offer that bit more future proofing.
I used an iPhone 4 for 3 years.. The 6 will probably be fine but if you have the cash just get the 6S.
I am darn sure Apple will deliberately make the iPhone 6 slow I next two years - just like they destroyed iPhone 4 with iOS 7 update.
As others have said, it would be "fine," but, if you can afford it, the 6(S) would be better.
Out of curiosity, what's your current device that you'd be upgrading from?
That's a cool website. Now I can get all my questions answered.
How would we know the details regarding future apps? We can't tell the future any better than you can.
Just my .02: if you're currently getting by with a 4(S), then you'll be fine with a 6, but if you've got the funds, get the (S).
If you're happy with your 4s's performance now (after it's been on the market for 4 years), you'd likely be happy with the 6's performance in a couple of years. But I suspect you're not really able to run the "latest games/apps" on it, as mentioned in your title. Or are you?