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Apple iPhone 6 Plus

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The iPhone 6 Plus was released in September 2014, alongside the iPhone 6 and was the first larger form factor phone released by Apple, sporting a 5.5" screen size versus the normal  4.7" size which many people were accustomed to at the time. It was available in 16GB, 64GB and 12GB capacity options, skipping the 32GB option which you can find in the original 4.7" iPhone 6.

Is the iPhone 6 Plus still worth buying in 2021?

If your a light user, and prefer a budget-friendly larger format LCD phone the iPhone 6 Plus is definitely still a good purchase in 2021. While iOS 14 may not be supported it still offers Battery Health support and you can browse the internet, watch YouTube videos and use your phone on LTE networks worldwide. 

iPhone 6 Plus CPU / Processor Speed

The iPhone 6 Plus ships with an A8 chipset, clocking in at 1.4GHZ with 2 cores - the same hardware you can find in it's smaller cousin. How this phone stacks up in 2020 and 2021 is obvious - it's definitely not going to be as fast as an iPhone 8 or iPhone X, but it is still an amazingly stable phone for seniors or kids who need to be able to text, use browsers like Safari or apps that are standard for communication like WhatsApp. You can even still operate FaceTime with the 6 Plus at 720p which is excellent for seniors who want a larger display and the ability to stay in touch via video calls.

iPhone 6 Plus Camera Quality

To be honest, if you're looking for an amazing camera you are probably going to want to check out an iPhone X or something similar. The iPhone 6 Plus was great in 2014, but it's main purpose in 2020 is as a great budget phone that offers many of the functions of next generation devices for a fraction of the cost.

The main camera is 8MP f/2.2 and records 1080p@ 60fps. The selfie camera is 1.2MP.

While the 6 Plus is still compatible with iOS 13, it isn't guaranteed to be supported as more features are added to future releases. If you have a senior or child in your family that prefers the larger functionality but you might not want to splurge on a 7 Plus or 8 Plus, this is the phone you want to look into. Not only is it cost-effective due to being available in lower storage capacity options, but the stainless steel chassis stands up to everyday wear and tear better than the newer models which sport sensitive and sleek Gorilla Glass.

  • Metal unibody, 7.1mm slim, 172g of weight
  • LTE connectivity (Cat. 4, 150Mbps downlink)
  • 5.5" 1,080 x 1,920 LED-backlit IPS LCD with 401 ppi pixel density
  • Apple iOS 8; iPad-like split-screen functionality
  • Dual-core 1.4 GHz Apple A8 chipset, M8 motion co-processor, PowerVR GX6450 GPU, 1GB of RAM
  • 8MP F/2.2 camera with True tone LED flash, Optical Image Stabilization, phase detection auto focus, 1080p@30fps and @60fps video recording, 720p@120fps and 240fps video recording, 1.2MP F/2.2 front-facing camera with BSI sensor and HDR mode.
  • 16/64/128GB of built-in storage
  • Touch ID fingerprint sensor built into the Home button
  • 2,915mAh battery

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