Don't yo dare buy this phone, The information about the phone being compatible with most cell companies is fraudulent. The phone is good with wifi but it's not compatible with all provider as it says in the description. I got the phone and tried it with different companies and didn't work. It's definitely not compatible Verizon. I tried T-Mobile and after 2 hours trying and testing the sim card it didn't work. So I ended up with tracfone and still can use where I live. I contact Overstock and they referred me to the seller. I called the seller and it was worthless; they couldn't do anything so they suggested to contact Sony which they thought would be able to do something. Well Sony didn't do anything. So here I am stocked with a phone that I can use in some areas not even in my home. This makes think about buying any electronic from Overstock. I'm angry and dissatisfied.
This phone looks brand new, came well packaged....I ordered a black one, got a white one (no biggie) I have At&t this phone is advertised as "GSM unlocked" I looked up the model # on apples website and it's listed as a phone from Japan and it says it's "sim locked" on the phone it says it was a "t-mobile" I put in my At&t sim and the phone works fine just in the top right where it should say "AT&T LTE" it says "AT&T 4G" it really has not been a issue, for the 2 days I've had it...unknown as of now the battery strength.....might send it back....if the LTE was working this phone would be 5-stars
Last May I purchased the iPhone 6 plus, and I have been an apple customer for over 10 years, dating back to the iPod shuffle in 2005. As a return user of not just Apple, but the iPhone itself, there were certain expectations I had when purchasing the iPhone 6s. For college students like me, we rely on our phones for social connections, keeping up to date with homework, and staying on pace with the business world. In that past I had enjoyed my previous iPhone's because they were cutting edge and extremely practical for my work as a musician and as a college student. Evaluating the iPhone 6s, the criteria that were most important to me were design, speed, and battery life. Design The design of the 6 Plus is fantastic. It is slim and sheek, while maintaining its strength and durability. I purchased a cheap *** knock off case, and I have dropped my phone numerous times and there has never been damage. It is designed in a way that there is no wasted space. It boasts a large screen, while still easily fitting in my front or back pocket. It seems cumbersome at first in comparison to the iPhone 4 or 5, but after a week or two, I had adapted to the different size and weight, and much prefer it to former iPhone models. Speed The speed of the iPhone 6 Plus is second to none. I can maneuver from app to app without any problem, and can have many programs open at once without problem. This was important for me because I am constantly listening to music, and surfing quickly between apps using wifi and data. The small issues concerning speed on my iPhone, were fixed within days with either an app update, or a full software update. Battery Life The battery life of this model is above average for phone of it's type, but is not up to the level of some of the newest *** . It has been the issue I have had with iPhone's in the past, and is my only complaint with this model. The battery life however, is significantly better than iPhone 4 or 5S. With content texting, data usage, and music listening; I normally need to charge this phone by 5pm everyday. This issue can be minimized however with any sort of portable charger. All in all, if you are in the market for a new smartphone, the iPhone 6 is the best choice. Apple has set the standard with the iPhone 6 and the others are just trying to catch up. All factors collectively considered, the design, speed, and battery life of this phone are second to none.
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