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iPhone 6S


The iPhone 6s, released in 2015, was a pivotal moment in Apple’s smartphone evolution. It took everything great about its predecessor, the iPhone 6, and injected a dose of innovation that set it apart.

One of the standout features was 3D Touch, a pressure-sensitive display that added a new layer of interaction. It allowed users to “peek” into apps or notifications with a light press and “pop” into them with a deeper touch. Though not a game-changer, it was a neat addition that enhanced user experience.

Under the hood, the A9 chip brought significant performance improvements. Apps launched faster, and multitasking was smoother. Gaming on the iPhone 6s was a joy, with graphics and gameplay rivaling dedicated handheld consoles.

The camera received an upgrade, too, with a 12MP sensor that captured more detail and 4K video recording. It was a welcome improvement for photography enthusiasts, and the camera’s low-light capabilities were commendable.

The design remained largely unchanged from the iPhone 6, featuring the same sleek aluminum body and 4.7-inch Retina display. While some wished for a more drastic redesign, the familiarity of the iPhone 6s was comforting for many.

The addition of Live Photos was a fun touch, bringing moments to life with a short video clip before and after taking a picture. It added a dynamic element to your photo gallery, although it did consume more storage.

Battery life was decent but not groundbreaking, requiring a daily charge for most users. It was a reminder that, despite its improvements, the iPhone 6s was still a compact device with limitations.

One downside was the base storage, which remained at 16GB. This often left users scrambling to manage their storage or shelling out for a higher capacity model. It was a frustrating aspect of an otherwise solid device.

In retrospect, the iPhone 6s was a testament to Apple’s commitment to refining its products. It wasn’t a revolutionary leap, but it brought meaningful enhancements that improved the overall iPhone experience. For those who held onto their iPhone 6s, it remained a reliable companion for years, showcasing Apple’s knack for creating devices that stood the test of time.


Dimensions (H x W x D)138.3 x 67.1 x 7.1 mm
Weight143 g
Water resistanceNone
TypeRetina HD display with 3D Touch
Size4.7 inches
Resolution750 x 1334 pixels
Rear12 MP, f/2.2
Front5 MP, f/2.2
ChipsetApple A9 chip with 64-bit architecture
CPU1.85 GHz dual-core 64-bit ARMv8-A “Twister”
GPUPowerVR GT7600 (hexa-core), up to 250 GFLOPS
Storage16 GB / 32 GB / 64 GB / 128 GB
Face IDNo
Iris scannerNo
Touch IDYes
To find out more, see iPhone 6S specs.
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