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- 07/08/17--06:00: Join the discussion: Is the iPhone 6 Plus still good to use?
- 07/11/17--06:00: Comic: Tim Cook's iPhone Pricing Masterclass
- 09/12/17--14:53: Five things we learned at the iPhone X event
- 09/26/17--06:30: Comic: What's Missing From the LTE Apple Watch?
- 10/05/17--06:00: Microsoft Edge browser comes to iPhone today
Has your iPhone 6 Plus stuck through tough times with you, or has it fallen by the wayside after the introduction of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus?
The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus came out a couple of years ago, and in the last little while, upgrades and updates have made other older iPhones obsolete, bringing people to ask the question: Is the iPhone 6 Plus even worth using anymore?
I'm under the strong impression that "if it ain't broke, don't fix it!", but what do you think? We're chatting about the iPhone through the years in the iMore forums and would love to hear your opinion!
03-05-2017 10:24 AM
My wife likes her Android but it had an accident. She would like to try iOS on a used phone for a few months before deciding between the new iPhone and Pixel 2/Note 8 in the fall. I was thinking about buying her a used 6 or 6 plus. Is the 6 still good for day to day use with most normal usage...
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In light of new iPhones on the horizon, reCommerce company Gazelle is allowing iPhone users to lock in the selling value of their current device for a limited time.
The value of your current phone is declining fast, so if you're hoping to sell it for as much as possible before you upgrade to your shiny new device, speed is key. Essentially, as soon as Apple announces a new iPhone, the value of any past iPhone begins to plummet. So the closer you get to the release date of the new phone, the less your old phone is worth on sites that allow you to sell your used devices, such as Gazelle, Amazon and Swappa.
Fortunately, Gazelle announced on its website that for a limited time you can lock in the value of your iPhone, as long as you sign up now and have it boxed and mailed in by Oct. 22.
In addition, Gazelle has organized a "Get Paid to Trade" sweepstakes for those selling their devices during the promotional period between now and Oct. 22. If you participate, for each device you sell...
Missed the Apple event? Never fear! Here are five awesome things we learned at the iPhone X event.
Apple Watch Series 3? Portrait mode selfies? iPHONE X?!
There's a lot that was revealed September 12 at the Steve Jobs Theater in California, but here are five super interesting things that piqued our Apple-loving interest.
Portrait Lighting is a game-changer
When Portrait Mode was first introduced with the iPhone 7 Plus, mobile photographers and professional photographers alike were impressed with the feature's capabilities. Fast-forward to this year, and we get a glimpse at Portrait Lighting.
Essentially, Portrait Lighting will adjust lighting in real time to get better light for your portrait photos. You can even swipe to pick different lighting effects while composing the picture!
The benefit to this? More control of your photos and the ability to take breathtaking portraiture that could rival even the most pricey DSLRs.
Cellular capabilities, meet Apple Watch
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Using Windows 10 with an iPhone is about to get a lot easier, as Microsoft is bringing its Edge web browser to iOS starting today.
In a surprise announcement, Microsoft said its Edge web browser is now available for iPhones, with a release for Android "in the coming weeks."
The initial rollout for the browser will be limited to those in the U.S. but should expand to other markets over time. Currently, the browser is in preview only as Microsoft begins to build out features based on user feedback. The same goes for tablet support on both OSes, which should come later.
Edge for iOS, Android and 'Continue on PC'
Microsoft's main goal with the Edge browser for iPhone and Android users is to make sharing documents easier and help you pick up where you left off when using Windows 10.
Part of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update feature set is the ability for consumers to pass a link to the "Continue on PC" share target. While that feature works, it is hard to find and not very ...
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Your phone deserves top of the line protection.
Is this deal for me?
Amazon is offering a three-pack of iPhone X tempered glass screen protectors for just $2.96 when you enter promo code OZ9CW8O7 at checkout. That saves you $5 off the current sale price.
There may be no reviews on this product, but other screen protectors from this brand have gotten very good feedback, including the iPhone 8 version with 4.2 out of 5 stars and close to 28,000 reviews.
Specifically designed for iPhone X
Ultra-clear High Definition with 99.9% transparency to allow an optimal, natural viewing experience
Ultra thin-0.3mm thickness is reliable and resilient, and promises full compatibility with touchscreen sensitivity
Highly durable, and scratch resistant - surface hardness 9H and topped with oleophobic coating to reduce fingerprints.
Includes: 3x GLASS Screen Protector, Installation Tray, Wet Wipes, Easy Installation Use Guide, Dust Removal Stickers
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Save yourself from a headache later - and a cracked iPhone screen.
Is this deal for me?
Amazon is selling Tech Armor's iPhone X tempered glass screen protector two-pack for just $2.95. It is not eligible for Prime shipping, meaning you have to pay a shipping fee... unless you use code TASHIPFR at checkout to receive free shipping.
Dropping your phone can make your heart drop while you wonder whether it can survive the fall. Sometimes you pick it up and realize "Dang, I should've bought a screen protector." Tech Armor's ballistic glass screen protector can help save you from that moment.
Made from Japanese Asahi glass, this screen protector has a polished 2.5D edge to reduce chipping. It adheres to the flattest portion of your phone which helps to decrease air bubbles during installation. It's 0.3 mm thick and has an anti-fingerprint, oleophobic coating to defend against smudging.
Tech Armor has these screen protector two-packs available at a disco...