Best Buy is offering the iPhone 6 for just $1 on a two-year contract. Just trade in an old iPhone 5 and get a trade-in gift card that can be used to buy the 16GB model of iPhone 6 for only a dollar.
Apple launched the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus in September 2014 and the handset has attracted millions of smartphone lovers. The handset is normally available for $199 on a two-year contract from various U.S. carriers but Best Buy is offering a very attractive deal for the iPhone 6 that may entice even more customers.
Fans have been curious about the rumored Apple iPhone 6s or iPhone 7 for some time now. Several rumors hinted that it will become an even better device. The iPhone 6s or iPhone 7 is expected to have a carrier-agnostic SIM card and 2GB of RAM, according to The Motley Fool blog.
The blog also notes that the new Apple iPhone is lacking against Samsung’s Galaxy S6. The iPhone 6 already has 1GB of RAM, while Samsung’s newest phone – the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge – has a whopping 3GB of RAM. That’s included with the quad-core processors of 2.1 GHz and 1.5 GHz that the flagship phones reportedly have. Apple’s iPhone 6 only has a dual core processor of 1.4 GHz, according to the source.
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It isn’t that Apple designer guru Jony Ive doesn’t like a smartphone that can run for days. Well, maybe he doesn’t, given Apple doesn’t make a smartphone that runs for days without charging. Heck, Apple doesn’t make a smartphone that lasts one full day without charging.
It’s more that Ivy doesn’t like smartphones that weigh down a pocket. That’s why he’s not into designing an iPhone to carry a heftier battery, which would then would give users more than six hours between charges. A heavier battery obviously would make life easier for iPhone consumers.