“I wasn’t planning to get an iPhone 6s. I have an iPhone 6, which is more than adequate to all my needs and means,” Glenn Fleishman writes for Macworld.
“Then, as I read glowing reviews of many improvements in the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, I started to get itchy,” Fleishman writes. “‘No, no,’ I told myself, ‘An upgrade is a hassle, you have an existing plan, and there’s no need. There’s no need!’ But I made a terrible mistake: I looked into what I could sell an unlocked iPhone 6 for, what my remaining balance owed to AT&T was, and how easy it would be to slide into a new phone. I was doomed.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Obviously, Apple is smart to make it extremely easy for users to upgrade to a new iPhone annually by leasing iPhones.