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I use an iPhone 6s as my daily driver, after upgrading from a 6. The battery is at 82% maximum capacity and it only lasts 1/4 of a day before dying (if using it). The main thing that I really notice is the battery capacity and everything else works great. Sure, the bezels are a little bit on the chonky side, but I have never used a iPhone X or newer so I don't really mind. It will still be getting software support till next year and I am very happy about that. For a lot of people this phone is way too old, but for me, it's perfectly fine. I LOVE the headphone jack and I use 3d touch all the time. I know for a lot of people the resolution isn't good enough, the bezels are too thick, the camera is too bad, it's battery isn't enough, and it doesn't have wireless charging (or fast charging), but is there any reason for me to switch as of right now?

 

Feel free to ask me any questions about using something everyday from almost five years ago.

 

Edit: I am also looking to buy a new iPhone within the next 6-10 months. Anything major differences between iPhone 11 and the original X?


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7 minutes ago, MartinIAm said:

I use an iPhone 6s as my daily driver, after upgrading from a 6. The battery is at 82% maximum capacity and it only lasts 1/4 of a day before dying (if using it). The main thing that I really notice is the battery capacity and everything else works great. Sure, the bezels are a little bit on the chonky side, but I have never used a iPhone X or newer so I don't really mind. It will still be getting software support till next year and I am very happy about that. For a lot of people this phone is way too old, but for me, it's perfectly fine. I LOVE the headphone jack and I use 3d touch all the time. I know for a lot of people the resolution isn't good enough, the bezels are too thick, the camera is too bad, it's battery isn't enough, and it doesn't have wireless charging (or fast charging), but is there any reason for me to switch as of right now?

 

Feel free to ask me any questions about using something everyday from almost five years ago.

Why not upgrade to a better phone brand like samsung? (JUST MY OPINION!!) Their newest phone is amazing. Now that is up to you if you want something that is not iphone and that is more expensive. Also 120hz is amazing on phones. The camera is amazing as well.

The main reason I don't like Iphone anymore is that they still update old models and basically kill them. The battery is shit.


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6 minutes ago, Tigerleon said:

Why not upgrade to a better phone brand like samsung? (JUST MY OPINION!!) Their newest phone is amazing. Now that is up to you if you want something that is not iphone and that is more expensive. Also 120hz is amazing on phones. The camera is amazing as well.

The main reason I don't like Iphone anymore is that they still update old models and basically kill them. The battery is shit.

Im an ios developer and I haven't learned to develop for Android yet. Upgrading to Android would be a positive in a lot of ways, meaning I would have to spend double to money, for a new iPhone + android. But if I wasn't, I would most likely upgrade to it.


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14 minutes ago, MartinIAm said:

I use an iPhone 6s as my daily driver, after upgrading from a 6. The battery is at 82% maximum capacity and it only lasts 1/4 of a day before dying (if using it). The main thing that I really notice is the battery capacity and everything else works great. Sure, the bezels are a little bit on the chonky side, but I have never used a iPhone X or newer so I don't really mind. It will still be getting software support till next year and I am very happy about that. For a lot of people this phone is way too old, but for me, it's perfectly fine. I LOVE the headphone jack and I use 3d touch all the time. I know for a lot of people the resolution isn't good enough, the bezels are too thick, the camera is too bad, it's battery isn't enough, and it doesn't have wireless charging (or fast charging), but is there any reason for me to switch as of right now?

 

Feel free to ask me any questions about using something everyday from almost five years ago.

I am currently using the iPhone 6 16GB, still usable but would lag in demand requiring games

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12 minutes ago, MartinIAm said:

I use an iPhone 6s as my daily driver, after upgrading from a 6. The battery is at 82% maximum capacity and it only lasts 1/4 of a day before dying (if using it). The main thing that I really notice is the battery capacity and everything else works great. Sure, the bezels are a little bit on the chonky side, but I have never used a iPhone X or newer so I don't really mind. It will still be getting software support till next year and I am very happy about that. For a lot of people this phone is way too old, but for me, it's perfectly fine. I LOVE the headphone jack and I use 3d touch all the time. I know for a lot of people the resolution isn't good enough, the bezels are too thick, the camera is too bad, it's battery isn't enough, and it doesn't have wireless charging (or fast charging), but is there any reason for me to switch as of right now?

 

Feel free to ask me any questions about using something everyday from almost five years ago.

It's weird to think that the iPhone 6 is so outdated now. I remember when it first came out like it was yesterday. As far as why you should switch, I think the battery life says enough. I would hate to have to charge my phone several times a day. I have a Samsung Galaxy S8, and I can still squeeze 2 full days of battery life out of it after a few years, and it has pretty much the most up-to-date software.

 

Aside from better battery life, I don't really see a good reason to upgrade to a newer iPhone. I don't know what your budget is, but there are plenty of great Android phones out there at any price range, and pretty much anything you would get would be an upgrade from what you have right now.


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4 minutes ago, MartinIAm said:

Im an ios developer and I haven't learned to develop for Android yet. Upgrading to Android would be a positive in a lot of ways, meaning I would have to spend double to money, for a new iPhone + android. But if I wasn't, I would most likely upgrade to it.

The new iPhone SE could be a decent upgrade for you. You're already used to the body style it uses, and you've mentioned that you aren't bothered that much by the bezels. As much as I don't like apple, it's a pretty cheap upgrade that would give you better performance and battery life, while keeping you in the Apple ecosystem


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I've been daily driving an iPhone 7 for a few years now. Other than the fact that I'd want a larger screen and the battery is crap, it's still more than usable and doesn't feel too outdated at all, and one of those two things I mentioned can be fairly easily fixed.

I'm curious to see what the iPhone 12 will offer. If it ends up underwhelming or Apple messes something up, I'll either look to get a discounted 11 Pro, or stick with my 7 for a little longer and maybe get just get a new battery for it and call it a day.


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still rockin a 5c, not even a first gen SE. battery life aint terrible but i generally take pretty good care of my stuff, the ios version is from before battery monitoring though lmao

 

apple does a very very good job of making you reliant on their ecosystem and it'd be a pain in the ass for me to switch to android. i strongly dislike apple for many reasons, but at least their products just work. other than being really old and suffering from planned obsolescence, this little phone aint too bad. id certainly like to be free of the chains apple has wrought upon me but it does what i need it to do, for the most part...


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23 minutes ago, MartinIAm said:

ask me any questions about using something everyday from almost five years ago.

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It had its battery replaced 2 months ago and it still works perfectly fine for what I use it... send 3 text a month and receive calls from my mom.

iPhone costs 1 1/2 kidneys in my country and android phones are... lame. I don't like Google. plus, why spend hundreds on something I'll barely use?

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I mean, if you can't find a reason to upgrade, why do you have to? (though I just upgraded to a different phone for shits and giggles pretty much)

 

Replacing the battery in a 6S is pretty easy you should give it a try, but since Apple is shit, you'd probably lose touch ID functionality if you do (that's what happened to my mum's 6S she had a couple years ago, now it's just an iPod).


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The battery would be the main reason to upgrade. Personally, I'd get the iPhone 12 when it comes out provided they don't do anything stupid.

Or whatever they call the one after that.


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Upgrade when your 6s doesn't do what you want it to. Does it take good enough pictures? Does it last you through the day? Is it absolutely wrecked from 2+ years of neglectful use? These are generally the questions I ask myself before I decide to get a new phone. As for which one to get, that's for you to decide, but I really like my iPhone 11, and I bet you would too if you like the 6s.


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54 minutes ago, iBabySlapper said:

Replacing the battery in a 6S is pretty easy you should give it a try, but since Apple is shit, you'd probably lose touch ID functionality if you do (that's what happened to my mum's 6S she had a couple years ago, now it's just an iPod).

I thought replacing the battery simply disabled battery stats. If the touch ID got lost then that might mean that you may have replaced the fingerprint sensor.


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7 minutes ago, Hackentosher said:

Upgrade when your 6s doesn't do what you want it to. Does it take good enough pictures? Does it last you through the day? Is it absolutely wrecked from 2+ years of neglectful use? These are generally the questions I ask myself before I decide to get a new phone. As for which one to get, that's for you to decide, but I really like my iPhone 11, and I bet you would too if you like the 6s.

Takes okay pictures. It doesn't last me throughout the day. I have to charge it at least 2-3 times to get through my day. It's not wrecked it's actually in good condition. I will most likely be upgrading to either SE (SE) or the 11 next year because software support is supposed to be dropped next year. But 6 years is still very good.


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1 minute ago, MartinIAm said:

Takes okay pictures. It doesn't last me throughout the day. I have to charge it at least 2-3 times to get through my day. It's not wrecked it's actually in good condition. I will most likely be upgrading to either SE (SE) or the 11 next year because software support is supposed to be dropped next year. But 6 years is still very good.

Jeez I couldn't deal with that. If my phone can't last me through the day I would lose it and it would actually impact my work as I am constantly on it for Slack and the like. If I need to recharge more than once a day that would be a problem for me.


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1 hour ago, iBabySlapper said:

I mean, if you can't find a reason to upgrade, why do you have to? (though I just upgraded to a different phone for shits and giggles pretty much)

 

Replacing the battery in a 6S is pretty easy you should give it a try, but since Apple is shit, you'd probably lose touch ID functionality if you do (that's what happened to my mum's 6S she had a couple years ago, now it's just an iPod).

Battery swaps don't cause Touch ID to stop working. The only thing that does that either a board swap while keeping the original sensor or a sensor swap while keeping the original board. This would commonly happen with cheap third party screen replacements because the repair workers would use a "full assembly" with a home button already attached instead of replacing just the screen, which takes a little more effort.


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You dont seem to have a problem with your phone.

If you do, it seems you already know what to do.

So I dont see the point of this thread.

 

Glad you like what you have

 

 


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9 hours ago, MartinIAm said:

I use an iPhone 6s as my daily driver, after upgrading from a 6. The battery is at 82% maximum capacity and it only lasts 1/4 of a day before dying (if using it). The main thing that I really notice is the battery capacity and everything else works great. Sure, the bezels are a little bit on the chonky side, but I have never used a iPhone X or newer so I don't really mind. It will still be getting software support till next year and I am very happy about that. For a lot of people this phone is way too old, but for me, it's perfectly fine. I LOVE the headphone jack and I use 3d touch all the time. I know for a lot of people the resolution isn't good enough, the bezels are too thick, the camera is too bad, it's battery isn't enough, and it doesn't have wireless charging (or fast charging), but is there any reason for me to switch as of right now?

 

Feel free to ask me any questions about using something everyday from almost five years ago.

The 6S is getting iOS 14 which is good. Check how much a battery replacement would be or you can get an iPhone 8 used for like £250 or a new SE. 


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19 hours ago, Tigerleon said:

The main reason I don't like Iphone anymore is that they still update old models and basically kill them. The battery is shit.

That's not really true these days, though. For the past few years Apple has made a point of optimizing iOS updates so they run more elegantly on "trailing edge" iPhones. Before my folks upgraded to the iPhone 11, they were using the iPhone 6 and didn't have any significant performance issues. They just knew that OS support was running out, and knew that phones had advanced a lot in five years.

 

The battery capacity is also considerably higher on virtually any iPhone with a notch, so I wouldn't be surprised if they last longer overall.

 

Besides, I never quite get the logic where people spin Google's poor Android update policies into a positive. "Yeah, look at how quickly Google and Android OEMs abandon phones! It's amazing! My phone still runs like it did a couple of years ago, and all I had to do was give up major new features and leave my phone permanently vulnerable to serious exploits."

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I’d look into a battery replacement if you could, it’s only a few bucks. I went from a 5S to a 7 and rolled with that for about two and a half years. The sound in my 7 was going, it was hard for my wife and kids to hear me during FaceTime, my phone kept breaking up. I went to a XS Max from the 7, and she left her 7 for the new SE. If I wasn’t so cheap I would have gotten the 11 Max, but forget it. The android side has nice hardware, but personally I don’t like the os, but I don’t have a ton of experience with it. I have to say the se is pretty zippy, but I prefer the full featured iPhone experience, compared to the stripped out experience you get with the SE.

 

Ive played with the different iOS 14 betas, it should be pretty good when it’s done. Also, batteries are a consumable, meaning they wear over time. Once it gets down to 80% capacity it’s pretty much done. It’s just the way it is with current tech. A battery replacement with new gaskets is like 50 bucks usd. And if you get a cool tech he will bring your phone back up to snuff at no cost. A lot of people don’t like Apple, but for stuff like that they are awesome. At least here in Canada they are. 


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On 8/10/2020 at 12:25 AM, Tigerleon said:

Why not upgrade to a better phone brand like samsung? (JUST MY OPINION!!) Their newest phone is amazing. Now that is up to you if you want something that is not iphone and that is more expensive. Also 120hz is amazing on phones. The camera is amazing as well.

The main reason I don't like Iphone anymore is that they still update old models and basically kill them. The battery is shit.

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On 8/10/2020 at 6:25 AM, Tigerleon said:

Why not upgrade to a better phone brand like samsung? (JUST MY OPINION!!) Their newest phone is amazing. Now that is up to you if you want something that is not iphone and that is more expensive. Also 120hz is amazing on phones. The camera is amazing as well.

The main reason I don't like Iphone anymore is that they still update old models and basically kill them. The battery is shit.

That's the feature on their flagship Note 20 Ultra phone, which costs, mind you, $1299. Their $999 Note 20 is hot garbage compare to everything else at that price on the market.

Samsung's device was really good last year, but the Exynos 990 fiasco and their price hike every year make them even more overpriced than Apple, even


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