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    Hello all, I have an old iPhone (iPhone 4) I'm currently watching it turn on and off by itself.
    Would like to know which iPhone do you have and what you like about it and how different is it?
    If you had an iPhone 4 and upgraded. Thank you kindly.

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    I upgraded from the 4 to the 4S and then the 5 and finally waited to get my 6 Plus. The 6 Plus is HUGE compared to the 4. The 6 is a more natural progression but mostly I use my phone for reading/watching videos so the screen size is awesome for that. ☺️

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    Yeah I have the 6+ as well.
    While it took a bit of getting used to from my 4s, I'm glad I got it.

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    Thank you, I'm not looking at a big phone. I'm leaning towards to the iPhone 5s?
    Hmmm

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    What is 4g? And who will need to change the SIM card?

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    I'm currently using a 6, and I'm happy with it, IT is a little lager than the 5 but still light.
    I liked that the screen was a little bigger as I use it to read, do banking etc. although I loved the 5, and in a way was easier because I could do everything with one hand easier than with the 6.

    4g is just the internet it uses so instead of 3G it will say 4G up the top, and it's a little faster.

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    Thank you very much. I just want it for the basic. Sick of my phone turning off

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    In your case, I would go the 6. It's not that much bigger than the 5 but it is quite a bit bigger than the 4. Your carrier will be able to burn you a new SIM when you sign up. If you buy outright they can still do it. Either way, it's free to do and takes five seconds. If they try to make you pay switch to a different carrier because it should be free!

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    I actually find the 6 way bigger than the 5. I went to look at the 6 when it came out as my contract had finished and I could not hold it in one hand only to scroll through fb etc. And my hands aren't small.

    so, I still have my 5. Will probably have to upgrade eventually as iOS progresses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    I actually find the 6 way bigger than the 5. I went to look at the 6 when it came out as my contract had finished and I could not hold it in one hand only to scroll through fb etc. And my hands aren't small.

    so, I still have my 5. Will probably have to upgrade eventually as iOS progresses.
    I think I say that because DH got the 6 and I got the 6 Plus. So in all my comparisons, I've been comparing both and the 6 just doesn't seem that large! 😂


 

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