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The recent trade-in price history of iPhone 6S Plus 16GB generally shows an increase. In other words, the used prices of this device are getting higher as it is becoming more desirable. This normally happens if your device is reasonably old and may appeal to those on a tighter budget, or (more likely) people who are looking for parts. It may even be to strip down or re-sell in a third-world country - here's why. Remember: It is very unlikely that prices will keep on increasing for ANY used electricals.
|Display resolution:||1920 x 1080||Gps:||A-GPS and GLONASS|
|Display size:||5.5"||Wifi:||802.11 a/b/g/n/ac|
|Display type:||IPS||Talk time:||Up to 20 hours|
|Primary camera flash:||LEDn||Secondary camera:||5 Megapixels|
|Primary camera resolution:||4608 x 2592||Weight grams:||192|
|Memory card slot:||None||Dimensions:||158.1 x 77.8 x 7.1 mm|
|Processor:||2 GHz Dual-core||Chipset:||Apple A9|
|3g:||HSDPA||Ip rating:||Not rated|
|4g:||LTE||Second sim slot:||None|
Announced by Apple on 9th September 2015, the iPhone 6S Plus was released as the sequel to the iPhone 6 Plus. Although not much of an innovation, the iPhone 6S Plus has all the power of the popular iPhone 6S, but with a much longer battery life. The iPhone 6S Plus was released with three different storage options – 16GB, 64Gb and 128GB. The 16GB and 64GB options were later removed and replaced with a 32GB storage option. There was also a choice of four colours, with rose gold being added to the usual gold, silver and space gray options.
When it comes to the design of the iPhone 6S Plus, you would be hard-pressed to notice the difference from the iPhone 6 Plus. In fact, the two phones are more or less identical from the outside, with the only difference being the small ‘S’ logo on the rear of the handset below the word ‘iPhone’. The build quality of the iPhone 6S Plus is just as you would expect from Apple, and the sleek, rounded body still has that premium look and feel to it. After complaints about the strength of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus shell and even reports of people accidentally bending them in their pockets, the iPhone 6S Plus has been made of a considerably stronger material known as ‘7000 series aluminium’. The iPhone 6S Plus is also slightly thicker than the previous model, measuring 0.2mm wider and weighing 20g more. Combined with the size and weight of the iPhone 6S Plus, the curved edge design makes it quite a difficult smartphone to hold for continuous lengths of time.
One of the sole reasons for creating a ‘Plus’ range of iPhone, is to benefit from a screen that is considerably larger than that of the normal iPhone. The 5.5 inch screen on the iPhone 6S Plus is the same as that of the iPhone 6 Plus in that it has a full HD resolution as well as a 401ppi pixel density. This makes for crisp and clear text as well as popping images. The screen is covered in toughened glass with an oleophobic coating that makes it resistant to marks from fingerprints. This means that the display remains relatively finger print free.
In terms of iPhone models, the 6S Plus didn’t have much in terms of wow factor, because the only noticeable difference between this and the previous 6 Plus is the fact that 3D touch compatibility. At the time of release, 3D touch was the latest innovation from Apple, and was also found in the Apple Watch and MacBook Pro. The technology enables the iPhone to recognise the level of pressure that you apply to the display and react according to the amount of force you are using. This makes for a much easier way to manage shortcuts and make use of pop up information. The 3D touch technology on the iPhone 6S Plus was in it’s very early stages of development and so touch options were somewhat limited on this phone when compared to later models from Apple.