September 2015 saw the launch of the iPhone 6s along with the large format iPhone 6s Plus - these new phones were replacements for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. The iPhone 6s had a large number of refinements over its predecessor, including 5 and 12-MP cameras, a stronger chassis, a better sensor for use with Touch ID, and the revolutionary Taptic feedback engine - 3D Touch, which means that the force of a touch acts as an input to open menus and perform functions. As well as these technical improvements, the colour selection was further enhanced by the addition of a new and attractive tone - Rose Gold.
Although the iPhone 6s looks almost identical to the iPhone 6, there are many differences, most of which are internal. The iPhone 6s was the first iPhone to have 2 GB of RAM – previous models have a maximum of 1 GB. The improved sensor for Touch ID delivered improved fingerprint scanning, and the A9 chip made this phone not only 70% faster, but graphics performance was improved by up to 90%.
We all rely on our smartphones, so if you drop your iPhone 6s and damage it, or your battery is causing a problem, you will need to get it repaired quickly and professionally. That’s where iTechnician can help – our members supply rapid on-demand repairs for all models of iPhone, including the iPhone 6s, and they fully understand that no-one wants to be without their phone for long. In their capable hands, most standard repairs can be completed within an hour, so it’s not too long to wait to get your phone back and working again. You can either call in with your iPhone to your local repair centre for a screen replacement, a new battery, or to get a camera fixed, or you can call out the iTech to come to your work or your home and carry out the repair while you wait. Quotes for repairs are totally free of charge and don’t put you under any obligation to proceed, but we’re confident that once you see the prices, you will want to go ahead right away.
iPhone 6s repair costs vary and are constantly changing. We will keep updating this page so you can get an idea on what you should be paying for repairs in your area.