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Apple iPhone 6 64GB Specifications

Display resolution:1334 x 750Gps:A-GPS and GLONASS
Display size:4.7"Wifi:802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Display type:IPSTalk time:Up to 14 hours
Primary camera flash:Dual-LEDnSecondary camera:1.2 Megapixels
Primary camera resolution:3264 x 2448Weight grams:129
Memory card slot:NoneDimensions:138.1 x 67 x 6.9 mm
Processor:1.4 GHz Dual-coreChipset:Apple A8
2g:GSM 850/900/1800/1900Battery type:Non-removable
3g:HSDPA 850/900/1700/1900/2100Ip rating:Not rated
4g:LTE 700/800/850/900/1700/1800/1900/2100/2600Second sim slot:None
Bluetooth:4.0 with A2DP, LE

About selling your Apple iPhone 6 64GB – prices, trade-in, reviews

In September 2014, Apple announced the release of two new iPhones. These were the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus. Both of these phones were offered as successors to the extremely popular iPhone 5s. Compared to the small 4 inch screen featured on the iPhone 5s, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were significant improvements, with screen sizes of 4.7 inches and 5.5 inches  respectively. In addition to the larger screen diameter, the iPhone 6 featured a faster processor, upgraded camera and improved WiFi connectivity, as well as support for mobile payments (Apple Pay).


The iPhone 6 was well received by critics as well as the general public. Many agreed that the improved design, specifications, camera and battery life represented a great improvement over the previous model of iPhone. Within 24 hours of availability, pre-orders of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus exceeded 4 million. More than 10 million of the devices were sold within the first three days of launching. Over the lifespan of the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus, more than 220 million were sold, making them the best-selling models of iPhone so far. This also makes them one of the most successful smartphones to date.


In addition to being the next generation of iPhone, the iPhone 6 was also released as a rival to other smartphone manufacturers. Previously iPhones had always featured smaller screens than the phones made by Samsung, HTC and other competitors. The iPhone 6 was the first model to feature a large 4.7 inch display, and an even larger 5.5. inch display on the iPhone 6 Plus version. The iPhone 6 was also released as a flagship smartphone to feature near-field communications technology – a feature that allows people to pay for items using their mobile phone. This is something that had been incorporated into many Android phones already, but was not widely used.


The design of the iPhone 6 was largely influenced by that of the iPad Air. It featured a glass front that is curved around the edges of the display, coupled with an aluminium rear facia. The iPhone 6 is also the thinnest model of iPhone to date. Unfortunately, it was not possible to incorporate the antenna for the phone within the aluminium, which is why the iPhone 6 features two plastic strips across the back. The iPhone 6 was released in gold, silver and space grey colours. The design of the iPhone 6 was probably the most positively regarded feature of the phone. In terms of technology, many critics said that although it was a step up from previous models, the iPhone 6 lacked the technology that could justify the hefty price tag. Starting at £539 for the most basic 16GB model, this was considerably more expensive than the HTC One, which featured the exact same screen size but with a much higher resolution and pixel density.


The iPhone 6 is unfortunately notorious for a number of issues, including the chassis being susceptible to bending under pressure, for example if it was carried tightly in someone’s pocket. However Apple did replace phones that were bent, as long as it was determined that the bending was not intentional.


FAQs for Apple iPhone 6 64GB

  • Can I sell my iPhone 6 64Gb if it has a cracked screen?
  • How much can you sell an iPhone 6 64GB for?
  • Can I trade my iPhone 6 64GB for a newer model?

Can I sell my iPhone 6 64Gb if it has a cracked screen?

If you've dropped your iPhone 6 64Gb and the screen has cracked, then you can still sell it. You won't receive as much as if the screen was undamaged though. However if you factor in the cost to get the screen fixed, it'll probably be cheaper to sell it as-is.

How much can you sell an iPhone 6 64GB for?

The iPhone 6 was released over 5 years ago now, but you could still get as much as £72 cash for it if it's in good condition. Alternatively you can get a bit more for it if you get a voucher instead of cash.

Can I trade my iPhone 6 64GB for a newer model?

Apple no longer accept the iPhone 6 as a trade in for a newer model. However, you can sell it and use the proceeds towards a newer phone. That way you can buy any phone and are not restricted to buying another iPhone.

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