Everybody is going wild about how the new iPhones are out. The 6s and 6s Plus have brought a significant amount of changes that will please the users and make them come for more. Or not? Despite having to deal with the fact that it is “a new product”, the iPhones, as usual, do not bring anything significant to the table.
Perhaps Apple still thinks it can tell people to buy their iPhone 5cs because “you have never seen plastic as greatly designed as theirs”, but we know better and the world is starting to know a little bit better at the same time. The “new” iPhone 6s models are the same models that you bought one year ago. Now the model has an “s” in its name and a lot of new features that you cannot see, supposing they even exist.
We want to look at the new iPhones 6s models and tell you exactly what you will be wasting your next $200 dollars on and reassure you that you can keep your money in the pocket for another year or two, because you would literally be giving away $400 dollars for one product and get ripped off.
So what is “new” in the new iPhones 6s models? Could it be the displays? They are the 4.6 and the 5.5 inch Retina ones, the same you have on your iPhone 6 right now. So why would you want to give some money for what you already have? Would you also pay for the same exterior design? Because that is also what you get.
The producers say that everything inside is “new and improved”, but there is no actual way for us to see and test that right? The phone is moving as fluidly as ever, we have as much memory as we ordered, what else would there be to check? It looks like the phones are made from a 7000 Series Aluminum alloy while the 6 models were made out of the 6000 Series. Also, a “stronger glass” was added. These are two more things that we cannot verify.
Should we even speak about the camera? The phone’s camera has 12 megapixels, severely beaten by Samsung Galaxy’s 16 megapixels. But Apple’s product is “new”, so you can safely spend $200. There is only one simple truth about Apple: do not buy it.
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