Apple’s iPhone 6 was insanely well-liked in 2014 when it was first launched. However, now, Apple is killing it.
In September, the corporate will launch the iOS 13 operating system improve, and most Apple clients will download the free software for such features as enhanced picture and video management and modifying tools, improved privacy controls and an all-new look to Maps.
However, iOS 13 will work only with phones going back to the iPhone 6S, which first started selling in 2015. (Apple yanked the iPhone 6 off the market in 2017. However, clients were still ready to use it and get software updates.)
We checked in with other resellers, Gazelle, Amazon, and eBay and located extremely reasonably priced models of the iPhone 8 available. The most economical have been via eBay, which had them priced between $328 and $428, while Amazon had them for between $369 to $400 and Gazelle from $400 to $450.
Apple would need you to know that the current phones have a number of enhancements since the days of the iPhone 6, together with water-resistant bodies, better cameras, and more power.
Because when Apple discontinues a product and with it, operating system software updates, you are both leaving yourself vulnerable to potential security breaches and having the phone be principally inoperable, because of Apple’s corporate stance.
Savvy Apple watchers know that Apple traditionally releases new models in September when it usually will tell you of the improved camera, power, and features of the latest and greatest.
You could possibly choose to wait two months before shopping for a new model, which again, historically, has been the best choice, thanks to the savings. Older models of iPhones have been discounted by about $100 with the release of each new iPhone.