There’s been a huge boom in smartphone adoption in the past few years.
The iPhone 6 and 6S are getting more and more popular with the everyday user, and are also being used by the military and business.
They are a must-have device for any business or individual looking to improve productivity.
However, if you’re planning on buying an iPhone 6 or 6S, you might want to make sure you take a look at the specs first.
The iPhone 6 is one of the most powerful smartphones ever made, and the specs are quite impressive.
The 6s has a 4.7-inch display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080, a Quad HD display, and a 3,400mAh battery.
The 5.5-inch iPhone 6s Plus also boasts a quad-core processor, 1.8GHz quad-cam CPU, 3GB RAM, a 20MP rear camera, and 1.2MP front camera.
In terms of processor, the 6s is the fastest iPhone 6 on the market, and it has 2x the RAM.
The 6s also has an 8MP front facing camera with a 1.3MP front-facing camera and 1MP front focusing camera.
Both cameras are capable of shooting 1080p video at 30fps, and can also record 4K video at 120fps.
The camera hardware is pretty impressive, as the iPhone 6 comes with a 13MP rear facing camera, a 5MP front looking camera, 2x optical image stabilization, a 16MP wide-angle camera, an f/2.4 aperture lens, and an f2.0 aperture lens.
The front facing cameras also boast 1.7MP and 1µm pixels.
The rear camera is also capable of recording 4K 1080p videos at 60fps.
In terms of hardware, the iPhone is one heck of a smartphone.
The battery life is rated at 9 hours, but the 6 is rated for a maximum of 8 hours of talk time, 8 hours with video playback, and 9 hours with web browsing.
The 9 hours talk time is actually an improvement over the 8 hours, which means the iPhone can hold an average of 2 hours of text messages and 30 minutes of video.
The smartphone also supports Apple Pay and the new FaceTime feature.
There’s no denying that the iPhone has a huge market, but do you really need an iPhone for your job?
It’s a great phone to get for your business, but there are some major downsides to purchasing an iPhone.
The most obvious being that it costs more than other smartphones.
While the iPhone 7 may cost you $300, the same phone costs $1,100.
If you want to upgrade to an iPhone 8, it could cost you more than $2,000.
The other downside to purchasing the iPhone 8 is that it will probably not be as fast.
The new iPhone 8 has a Snapdragon 835 processor, which is an upgrade over the Snapdragon 821 found in the iPhone 5s.
The Snapdragon 845 processor found in newer iPhones can be faster than the Snapdragon 808 processor found on the 6.
The processor is powered by a 4GHz quad core processor, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of internal storage.
This processor has a 3200mAh battery, so it should last you a while longer than other high-end smartphones.
The main drawbacks to the iPhone are that it’s pricey, and you can’t expect to be able to afford it.
It’s also not the cheapest smartphone out there, and as we’ve already discussed, the battery life can’t be compared to other phones.
It also has a small 5MP rear shooter and 1mp front facing shooter, so you’ll need to consider a higher quality camera for this phone.
Finally, there are other downsides as well.
The phone has a plastic back, which may be a bit awkward to hold.
The fingerprint scanner is located on the back of the phone, which could be a real pain to use if you use a keyboard or a trackpad.
And the phone also comes with an optional headphone jack, which can be a pain to plug into a jack that doesn’t have a USB port.
The Apple iPhone is a very interesting device, and there’s definitely a lot to like about the new iPhone.
However; it can be expensive, and if you want the best possible iPhone, you should consider a better-performing smartphone instead.
The best phone for your needs may very well be a Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus.
If you want more information on the Samsung Galaxy 8, be sure to check our review of the Galaxy S7.