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Apple - iPhone 6s 32GB - Space Gray (AT&T)

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Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 1001 reviews

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would recommend to a friend

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Rating 4.4 out of 5 stars with 62 reviews

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    I phone 6

    Posted
    unde72

    The iphone 6 is a great device that can be used to call, text, take pictures and use the internet whenever you desire. It is kind of a rectangular shape and comes in many different colors such as, rose gold. The device comes with ways you can purchase and listen to music. You can also download apps and play games with your friends in the Game Center. The iphone 6 also has a great camera, which takes more high quality pictures than any apple device created before. You can have access to facetime and facetime audio. The phone receives updates about every month and of course you'll need to charge your phone but with “low power mode” installed, your battery starts saving itself at 20 percent. Sending emails has also never been easier. You can quickly send emails to anyone is less that 30 seconds. Lets not forget about our friend siri who is there for you 24/7. The iphone 6’s top competitor, the Samsung Galaxy S6, might be cheaper but it does not have the same and good qualities that the iphone 6 has. This product is perfect for teenagers and adults for all ages. I give this a out 4 of 5 because of the new iphone 7’s better qualities but the iphone 6 is much cheaper.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Major malfunctions at 15 days

    Posted
    Weasel24
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    I purchased this "new" iPhone, and 15 days later, just after the 14 day return policy expired, the phone started shutting off when the battery still said it had 50-60% charge. When I pushed the power button to turn it back on, I got the "dead battery" symbol and had to plug it in again. Once it restarted, the battery charge would be back in the 40-50% range. This is what my iPhone 5 was doing that made me decide to purchase a newer model. Also, there was a blue "spot" on the screen, like I had held my finger to the screen for days and created a pressure point, like TV's and computer screens get when they stay on the same screen for too long. I had a case on the phone and did not keep it in my pocket or purse, so there was no opportunity for it to have gotten such a spot on the screen. I called Apple support and was told that they would repair or replace my phone, with the kicker being that if they "replaced" my phone, it would be a refurbished unit, although they call it a remanufactured unit. So I paid over $400 for a bad "brand new" phone, to be replaced with a refurbished unit. When I can afford to buy another phone, which will be several years from now-hopefully, I will not purchase another iPhone.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Meets expectations but doesn't exceed them

    Posted
    jddoherty
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    Love Apple products, but can't say I'm blown away by this iteration. My reasoning (and I cannot emphasize this enough) is that the location of the physical, screen wake button on the right side instead of on the top (as in previous generations) is just TERRIBLE!!! It sits directly opposite from the volume buttons, and for me, this issue is already driving me to look forward to my next upgrade cycle. That being said, all other features of the iPhone 6s are typically good and dependably "Apple" in practical usage. What drove me to change from my iPhone SE to the 6s was the larger screen size of the 6s and the fact I would still get a headphone jack. I don't care, dongle lovers of the world... a wired headphone connection will always sound better to my ears than bluetooth or a lightning connection via dongle! Oh well, that's a debate for another time!! Anyway, 4 stars instead of 5 because this is still a great Apple product, but geez, do I ever hate constantly hitting the volume keys by accident during one handed usage when reaching for the wake button, and vice versa!!!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Love my iphone!!

    Posted
    CupcakeChef
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    Our whole house has iPhone and I especially love the feature that all of us are interconnected when we're together and can drop photos from one phone to the other - since sometimes one of us is able to catch something better than the other. I also love being able to share our iTunes songs. My daughter has had the iPhone 6 for a year and I have a iPhone SE, and we love our phones but you really need more than 16gb if you take lots of photos or use all kinds of apps. I just bought this 32gb so my daughter would have more room and the iPhone 6s so she'll have a better camera. Since her dad doesn't use the camera much, we'll be giving him her old phone. I just hope he doesn't lose it cuz he has a bad habit of letting his phone run down and we can't call it or locate it. Wish us luck. But otherwise the iPhone operates pretty well. FYI: If you're hard of hearing though, it can be tough to hear things even at full volume with my hearing aids. So, if you have a Bluetooth hearing aid, that's better than non-Bluetooth ones when using this phone.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Gave me phone activated by another Carrier

    Posted
    Cellularpurgatory
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    This has been going on since March 2017. Purchased by wife a new phone for Christmas, but she did not try to activate until March 2017. Phone would not activate. After 2 weeks of calls to Best Buy, AT&T, and Apple with everyone pointing fingers at one another I find out my phone was activated under Sprint on 12/11/2016 by Sprint. 8 days before I ever purchased it. It won't ever be activated until Sprint unlocks it. Apple can't do it. AT&T doesn't see any problem. Sprint won't unlock because they don't see an active account under my MEI number. Big question is, how does Best Buy re-sell an activated Sprint Phone and then refuse to help later on ? Good question. Would love to hear from someone there with an answer.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    What I expected and maybe a little bit less

    Posted
    CVBF
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    I purchased this phone because my previous phone died. I have used a Windows phone for many years and would have probably kept using one if this was a realistic option. With the Black Friday price, it was hard to not consider the iPhone 6s - and while the advantages outweighed the disadvantages it is helpful to offer comparisons. First, the iPhone offers limitless number of apps and compatibility - certainly the primary bonus over the Windows phone. The disadvantages include - limited options at Best Buy - our store ONLY carried the 32 GB - I would have liked a larger one. Second, Siri is inferior to Windows Cortana - for example - with Cortana I can receive and send voice texts in my car while Siri does not. Bottom line - Solid phone, numerous options at a good price.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Upgraded from a Note 4

    Posted
    Enzo
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    I was hesitant to make the move from Android, but after using this phone for a month it wasn't hard to use at all. There's a bit of a learning curve for the settings, but iOS is still easy to navigate through. I would recommend any iPhone simply for their connectivity to so many 3rd party systems, mainly for vehicle integration. I've gotten so many more features available to use through my car compared to using an android device, and yes it's simply because there is only one manufacturer for the iOS user interface compared to multiple manufacturers laying an interface over the Android OS; this disadvantage alone is what made me switch, and I couldn't be happier with my purchase.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Reliable and intuitive. But a weak connector

    Posted
    BingoRon
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    This is my third iPhone 6s. Why? Because the charging (and everything else) connector broke on the previous 2 units. Apple replaced the first on under warranty but it has, alas, expired ... as has the second phone. This is a 5 star phone with a 1 or 2 star connector. I suspect that the damage was caused by an aftermarket charging cord from Insignia. But this should not be rocket science. My family has had several iPhones and the earlier ones with the wider connectors never had a problem. I am left to wonder why Apple felt the need to change a highly reliable connection to a more fragile one. All in all, however, this phone is great. Just be careful to practice safe connecting.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Everything you would expect from Apple/iPhone

    Posted
    ghcjr
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    This phone has everything you would expect from Apple in an iPhone and then some if you are upgrading from a previous iPhone as I did. However the new Touch ID and 3D Touch will take some getting used to. Sometimes the Touch ID works so seamlessly that I'm amazed at how quickly I'm into the phone and at other times I find myself in a loop of having to "try again" and/or Siri asking "how can I help?" It has not been clear when 3D Touch will provide more information, so expect to spend some time learning the benefit of that feature and when to use it. Other than those two learning curves, I have been very pleased with the phone and features.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    What a great phone

    Posted
    EmeryJRE
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    This is my 3rd Iphone. I have always waited to buy the Iphone after all the initial release day excitement has faded into the past. I am not an early adapter so I pay significantly less for the model that is about to become the 3rd generation back upon release of the new Iphone 8 or whatever it will be called in Mid September. For me the Iphone 6s is not significantly different from the Iphone 7 to justify a $300 dollar price different. The iphone 6s has the same operating system, similar battery life, same screen size, and only a slightly slower chip. Again, for me, no reason to pay $300 price difference when the Iphone works so well overall.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Still a great iPhone at the end of 2017

    Posted
    M33e
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    I was able to pick the iphone 6s up on sale for around $400 after taxes and I was so excited. This phone was my entryway into the iPhone world. It may be an older model, but it's still an amazing phone and I have no had any issues with apps or updates yet. I would only recommend if you can get a good deal. 32GB feels like a pretty good spot for storage. I stream all my music and mostly have my phone filled with apps and live photos. Turning off live photos and using icloud makes 32GB go a long way.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best Buy service IS the Best

    Posted
    TheGuy

    Look, the iphone is the iphone. Great product. BUT this review is dedicated to the great service I received at two Best Buy stores -- Fair Lakes (VA) and Reston (VA). We could have purchased the phone from say Amazon, but there are only 3rd party dealers there who I have never heard of. Not going to do that. Worth it to pay just a little more and get great service. Yes, there was a slight glitch in our order, but the Best Buy personnel helped us fix it. Thanks SO much to the employees who make Best Buy the best on the front lines where it counts the most!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Bigger and Better than my old phone

    Posted
    LadiesShoestoColor
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    My old friend the 4s just wasn't holding a charge despite the new battery so it was time to upgrade. But I didn't want to have to learn a bunch of new stuff. I did want a bigger screen, the same great camera, and I wanted a better texting experience. The 6s was a perfect fit. All my old info loaded from a backup to iTunes. I was able to set the screen to larger letters for texting ease. Everything is familiar enough to make the transition easy. My only complaint is that I cannot open this phone for repairs/upgrades. Hey Apple - we pay a lot of money for it, the phone ought to be repairable by the owner.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    2 years later - still awesome phone

    Posted
    Rah23
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    Most of you are wondering in 2017 is it still good phone? 2 years and 3 new iphone models later, it is still pretty awesome phone. I was on the market for cheaper phone. I wanted to like mid range android phones, but all of them came with their own compromises. I saw this one phone go on sale and got it immediately without waiting for thanksgiving. And I am glad I did. Still goes circles around most phones. My wife has an iPhone 7 and I would say it’s hard to find a difference between this and iPhone 7 in a day to day use.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Best iPhone on the market for price.

    Posted
    MisterSnaps
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    I loved my iPhone 5 but knew it wasn't going to last much longer (has been in heavy work use for over 3 years now). Decided to shop for a new iPhone and was shocked at current prices. Read awful reviews for 7, didn't want to pay $850 for an 8 or $1K for a 10. Got 2 new 6's for myself and spouse for around $300 each on-sale at Best Buy. A few glitches in the iOS that have had to update or work-around but all in all a solid replacement for the last GREAT iPhone of the Jobs era, the 5-S.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent entry level iPhone

    Posted
    OfficeJockey12
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    We bought this for my daughter for Christmas. It's cooler than anything I received as a kid, with the possible exception of some suh-weet husky Levi's when I was 12. Just kidding, I got cool stuff like He-Man and GI Joe. But I digress. This phone is brand new, but it's an older model. We didn't want to break the bank. Best Buy was running a killer deal. It was easy to activate on our existing AT&T plan Christmas morning. She's happy, I'm, well, I guess I'm satisfied. And it's a great iPhone for the money.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Best Buy is awesome. Iphone...not so much. Sorry

    Posted
    TPeru
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    Bought my Iphone. It's strange. I turn it on, and have to wait a few minutes until it registers any "touch sensors" on the screen. In other words, the phone is frozen for a few minutes... then it'll register any fingers touching the screen. Meh. It's just a phone. I hardly ever use the thing. Great customer service at Best Buy though. My sales person was super product savvy. Big fan of Best Buy. I enjoy shopping there. Not a fan of smart phones.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    A complicated item; it was difficult to use.

    Posted
    lalu78
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    I purchased this phone with a service charge which did not allow me to connect the phone. I asked AT&T about this issue several times at different locations & found no solution to the problem. The phone was returned by me at the location where I had gotten it. the return was made & the cancellation with AT&T failed. It was a huge problem which took me a long time to solve.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Overall pleased with the iPhone 6s.

    Posted
    NumberFour
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    Pleasantly surprised by how quickly I adapted from the classic 4-inch iPhone 5 to the larger iPhone 6s. Still adjusting to some performance "quirks" of this phone: Screen is sometimes less responsive to touch, but hope that improves as I become more accustomed to it. Screen image has frozen a few times for no apparent reason. Volume and quality of sound when using the telephone feature has been inconsistent. But overall pleased; using the 6s' other features much more often than I did the iPhone 5's.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Nice Phone, nice price

    Posted
    Popeyecahn
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    While this may not be the latest phone out there, it is still a strong contender in a crowded phone market. I've have one for almost 2 years and thought for the money it would be a good phone for my teenage son this Christmas. He loves the form factor and the interface. As always, one is concerned about longevity with these things. My previous phone, a 5C lasted 4 years, so I am confidant the 6s will last him 2+ years and in case it doesn't there is always AppleCare.

    I would recommend this to a friend