Don’t let the word [Grade B] fool you. It’s the best value for money and works a treat. You’ll be laughing once you’ve chucked on a case. Its previous owners have used it without one and perhaps chucked it in their bags or purses with keys and other items so it’s more like 6/10 or 7/10 on the cosmetic condition scale. It has minor scuffs, dints, scratches or a slight crack on the corner but works flawlessly and comes with 3 months warranty.
Proudly Aussie Owned and Operated! Every ;Phone we sell at Phonebot has been thoroughly tested and has passed industry standards to be called as Refurbished. We just don't operate online like other sellers, all our items are stored and shipped from our two retail facilities in ;Melbourne.If you have a problem with your product you can physically drop by at our shops or give us a call.
Apart from being excellent quality, this product comes with ;$30 worth of accessories
- Australian Certified Wall Charger
- Charging Cable
- Tempered Glass
The ;iPhone 6 ;is ;smartphone ;designed and marketed by ;Apple ;Inc. ;It is the ;eighth ;generation of the ;iPhone, succeeding the ;iPhone ;5S ;that was announced on September 9, 2014, and released on September 19, 2014. The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus include larger 4.7 and 5.5 inches (120 and 140 ;mm) displays, a faster processor, upgraded cameras, improved ;LTE ;and ;Wi-Fi ;connectivity and support for a ;near ;field ;communications-based ;mobile ;payments ;offering.
The design of the iPhone 6 is influenced by that of the ;iPad ;Air ;with a glass front that is curved around the edges of the display, and an aluminum rear that contains two plastic strips for the antenna. ;Both models come in gold, silver, and "space gray" finishes. The iPhone 6 has a thickness of 6.9 millimeters (0.27 ;in), while the iPhone 6 Plus is 7.1 ;mm (0.28 ;in) in thickness; both are thinner than the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s, with the iPhone 6 being Apple's thinnest phone to date. The most significant changes to the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are its displays both branded as "Retina HD Display" and "ion-strengthened", the iPhone 6 display is 4.7 inches in size with a ;16:9 ;resolution of 1334x750 (326 ;ppi, minus one row of pixels), while the iPhone 6 Plus includes a 5.5-inch 1920x1080 (1080p) display (401 ;PPI). The displays use a multiple-domain LCD panel, dubbed "dual-domain pixels" the RGB pixels themselves are skewed in pattern, so that every pixel is seen from a different angle. This technique helps improve the viewing angles of the display.
To accommodate the larger physical size of the iPhone 6, the power button was moved to the side of the phone instead of the top to improve its accessibility. ;The iPhone 6 features a 6.91 ;Wh (1810 ;mAh) battery, while the iPhone 6 Plus features an 11.1 ;Wh (2915 ;mAh) battery. Unlike the previous model, the rear-facing camera is not flush with the rear of the device, but instead protrudes slightly.
Both models include an ;Apple A8 ;system-on-chip, and an ;M8 ;motion co-processor—an update of the ;M7 ;chip from the iPhone 5s. The primary difference between the M8 and the original M7 coprocessor is that the M8 also includes a barometer to measure altitude changes. ;Phil Schiller ;touted that the A8 chip would provide, in comparison to the 5s, a 25% increase in CPU performance, a 50% increase in graphics performance, and less heat output.
The iPhone 6's rear-facing camera now has the ability to shoot 1080p video at either 30 or 60 frames per second and slow-motion video at either 120 or 240 frames per second. The camera also includes ;phase detection autofocus. ;It can also record.
When first released, the iPhone 6 was supplied pre-loaded with ;iOS 8, while the ;iPhone 5S ;was supplied pre-loaded with ;iOS 7. Apps are able to take advantage of the increased screen size in the iPhone 6 to display more information on-screen; for example, the Mail app uses a dual-pane layout similar to its ;iPad ;version when the device is in ;landscape mode ;on the iPhone 6 Plus. To improve the usability of the devices' larger screens, an additional "Reachability" gesture was added; double-tapping the Home button will slide the top half of the screen's contents down to the bottom half of the screen. This function allows users to reach buttons located near the top of the screen, such as a "Back" button in the top-left corner. Upgradable to iOS 12.