Didnt see that new code, is there still one available?
Nice.. thanks switchy...got this with a code on Sunday night coming in at 97.99...to everyone out there banging on...once it's hacked it blows any Android out of the water at that price level. Also a decent company to deal with.
From today at 10 am there a new code that will work, I'll update post at 10
Does the 10% still come off at checkout? Cause it didnt here
Made hot 13th May 2019Made hot 13th May 2019
Huawei P20 Lite £111.99 | Mate 20 Pro £384 | IPhone 6 £75.97 | S9 plus £287 | Moto G6 ply £67.99, [Good Condition /B/A] + More @ EbayeBay Deals
HIGHLY recommend it mate. Only issues I can find are LG software is average but I use nova. Selfie cam sucks
Yeah, have been looking into buying a new one recently.
Really very impressed with this V30. Cosmetic condition is meh, but screen is splendid and it's fast and fluid and has every! Camera is also very very good! What a highly underrated phone
got the V30 - I paid extra for 24 hour delivery. Condition wise, there is a graze/scracth on one of the corners, and lots of hairline scracthes on the back (the type of material would make that difficult to prevent I reckon) screen seems all good. Obviously no idea about battery yet - will update when i do.. lovely looking device and much lighter than I imagined
6 really is getting too old and slow now, IMO.
Made hot 4th Apr 2019Made hot 4th Apr 2019
Apple iPhone 6 32GB Unlocked In Good Condition Used £83.99 @ Xs items Ebay£83.99£104.9920% offeBay Deals
Poor phone best avoided. Only 1GB of RAM so apps and Safari tabs reload constantly. Also plagued by the touch screen’s becoming unresponsive due to solder joints cracking from the flexing of the circuit board over time. Apple removed a stiffening plate to make the phone thinner. The 6s was a very much improved iteration. More RAM and the reinforcement plate was put back. Nowhere near as buggy as the 6.
Decent deal for an iPhone 6 although I would recommend an SE or 6S. 1GB RAM in 2019 plus the possibility of battery wear make this a big nono in my opinion, especially with the availability of budget android phones nowadays.
Thanks. Son's birthday present sorted on a budget.
High-End Smartphone for Less: The Best iPhone 6 Deals
The iPhone is a design classic and one of the world’s most popular digital devices. Known for their ease of use, wide range of features and high quality, iPhones are the phone of choice for people all over the globe. But which model of iPhone is best for you? It could well be the iPhone 6. Here’s why.
Advanced Design and Features: iPhone 6
The very first iPhone appeared in 2007, when Steve Jobs unveiled the 4GB and 8GB varieties. Overnight, the sleek design and advanced features of the phone attracted a massive following (the phone was even called the “Jesus phone” by commentators because of its popularity), and a series of updates soon followed.
3G iPhones came next, then the iPhone 4, the 4S, with sales soaring into the tens of millions. The specifications of iPhone models soared as well, reaching 64GB memory by 2012 and steadily increasing the screen resolution and the speed of the iOS operating system. The iPhone 5 arrived in 2012, upping the ante still further by doubling the phone’s processor speed, while in 2013 came the iPhone 5C and 5s, which featured innovations like fingerprint scanning via the touchscreen.
In 2014, Apple announced a major product launch: the iPhone 6. At the time, this was the most advanced smartphone available, but although this is no longer the case, should you purchase an iPhone 6?
Apple: Seeing Things from a Different Perspective
The iPhone 6: Capabilities
As with all iPhone models, when the iPhone 6 landed, it came with a variety of advanced functions and features. For example, the A8 processor was a huge step forward in terms of speed from the iPhone 5. The more efficient chip inside the phone also allowed for faster graphics processing and greater energy efficiency, extending the phone’s battery life.
The phone came with relatively generous storage options, ranging from 16GB to a massive 128GB (compared to most models at the time which offered 32GB). At the same time, the Retina screen included with the phone delivered high-resolution graphics up to a resolution of 1334x750 pixels and the updated 8MP-resolution camera now came with a much faster auto focus, helping users take the perfect selfie.
Users could also take video footage with their iPhone 6, thanks to the 1080p HD digital camera, which also featured a much more precise slow-motion function. All-in-all, at the time, the iPhone 6 was the cutting edge of phone development, and still does most of the things that ordinary phone users require.
As an Apple phone, the iPhone 6 also benefits from the ability of users to connect it to devices like MacBooks and iPads, enabling them to share photos, move music files and generally extend their digital options. It also benefits from Apple’s huge archive of downloadable apps, and from the fact that the iTunes Store regularly leads the pack in receiving new apps and app updates.
Specifications of the iPhone 6
If you want to know more details about the iPhone 6, here are some of the key specifications:
Size: 138.1 x 67 x 6.9mm
SIM card: Nano-SIM
Capacitive touchscreen with LED backlight, capable of 16M colours
Screen resolution: 750 x 1334p
Operating system: iOS 8
Processor: Apple A8, ARM dual-core 1.4 GHz Typhoon
GPU: Quad-core PowerVR GX6450
Basic RAM: 1GB DDR3
Camera: 8MP, 29mm aperture with geo-tagging and touch focus
Battery life: 250h on standby, 14h talk time, 50h music play (max)
Different Versions of the iPhone 6
The initial release of the iPhone 6 came in three different colours: Space grey, white, and black, all of which had the same interior architecture and features. More importantly, Apple also released the iPhone 6 Plus at the same time as the iPhone 6, and customers need to know the basic differences between the two.
The iPhone 6 Plus is slightly bulkier than the 6, with a thickness of 7.1mm vs. 6.9mm, but it compensates for this with a much larger screen size. The 6 Plus has a resolution of 1920 x 1080p, compared to the 6’s 1334 x 750p, which enables the 6 Plus to display apps in landscape mode, something the basic iPhone 6 cannot do.
The 6 Plus adds an extra optical image stabilisation function for the camera, and has slightly more battery life as well. However, in terms of memory and disk space, there’s nothing to choose between the two.
If you are the kind of person who needs more space to read eBooks or process photographs, the 6 Plus is a better option. The added battery life is handy for smartphone gamers or music lovers too. But for everyday use, the slim-line 6 is just as good, and you’ll probably find cheaper deals as well.
Be careful about purchasing older models of iPhone 6. The phone was originally produced in several different forms (with the codes A1549, A1586, A1589, A1522, A1524, and A1593). They are all basically similar in form, but not all will work on UK networks. Check that your model qualifies before making a purchase.
The iPhone 6 vs. Other iPhone Models
It’s not just a good idea to compare the iPhone 6 against the 6 Plus. Since 2013, Apple have introduced a whole new generation of phones (the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus) along with the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. These phones have left the old 6 model looking much less technically sophisticated, but have also had the effect of reducing iPhone 6 prices. So, if you need a basic iPhone, the 6 remains a solid choice.
The iPhone 6s – The most critical difference between these two iPhone 6 models are their screens. The 6s included technology called 3D Touch, which can detect how much pressure the user is exerting upon the screen (unlike purely capacitive screens which work by detecting electrical charge). Aside from that, the 6s use slightly stronger aluminium and weigh in at around 14g heavier, have a more powerful camera (12MP as opposed to 8MP) and have 4K video capture capabilities.
All of these features are worth considering if you are thinking about buying an iPhone 6, as the 6s offered a step-up in terms of technical capabilities.
The iPhone 7 – In 2016, Apple announced that the iPhone 7 would be released, and it remains the most advanced form of iPhone around. The new model added some simple changes like remodelling the home button and making the casing more water resistant and also removed the headphone jack, but added stereo capabilities. So, if you rely on ordinary headphones and don’t have a wireless alternative, you may want to stick with the iPhone 6.
The iPhone 7’s display has also been enhanced, with more colours available, a 25% boost in brightness and a less reflective screen. Anyone who has ever used their iPhone 6 for outdoor reading will know how useful that alteration will be. Generally, the screen changes make the iPhone 7 a better option for those who want to watch streaming video, as the phone delivers much more realistic images than its predecessor.
The iPhone 7 has also doubled the iPhone 6’s processing speed, via its Apple A10 Fusion chip and a couple of high-efficiency cores. At the same time, Apple have doubled the RAM to 2GB, providing more room for advanced apps and games. With a faster processor and more capacity, the 7 beats the iPhone 6 in terms of graphics and photo manipulation, so if that’s a priority you’ll want to go for the more advanced model.
Both the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 7 are more than capable of running iOS 10, the latest update to Apple’s smartphone OS, but next generation apps and games will almost certainly start to feel sluggish on the older phone before too long.
What about the 6s vs. the iPhone 7? The iPhone 7 has also overhauled the 3D Touch system introduced with the 6s, making it more responsive. As many new features of iOS are built around 3D Touch (like checking e-mails), this is a major strength, but the 6s is more than useful if you want or need a cheaper alternative.
When it comes down to it, the iPhone 6 remains a viable choice for most smartphone users. Sure, the iPhone 7 is more advanced. It’s faster, delivers better graphics, has a better touchscreen and more memory. But those are features that serious users will appreciate more than everyday consumers. If you just need to call, use WhatsApp or browse the web, the iPhone 6 (and its various models) is ideal.
The iPhone 6 vs. Models from Other Brands
There’s also the question of whether you should go for an iPhone at all? These days, the smartphone market is full of high-quality alternatives from manufacturers like Samsung and Sony. Why would you choose an iPhone 6 over similarly affordable smartphones from the same generation?
Let’s take the Samsung Galaxy S6 as a point of comparison. Released around about the same time, the two phones were both a major success. In the case of the Samsung S6, features include:
The iPhone 6 can’t match the S6 for screen resolution and Apple didn’t choose to go down the VR or wireless charging route with the iPhone 6, but these are relatively minor everyday concerns.
With an iPhone 6, you get the ability to move files between your Apple devices via AirDrop, which is useful for MacBook or iPad owners. You get the benefit of Apple’s huge app collection and the general reliability of Apple’s phones. It’s a close-run thing, but it’s worth pondering those differences.
A Few Tips on Buying a Cheap iPhone 6
If you’ve chosen the iPhone 6 as your model of choice, it’s important to remember that Apple no longer manufactures new iPhone 6s. So, you’ll either have to purchase a new phone from existing stocks or buy a used phone.
If you choose this route, there are a number of things to bear in mind. Firstly, the good news is that you can buy a refurbished iPhone 6 from major UK retailers like Tesco, O2, Vodafone, and EE. Just go to their websites and you’ll find sections dedicated to second hand iPhones. Try to avoid buying from sites that aren’t well known (and definitely avoid stalls or small shops nearby). A good option is to regularly search for refurbished iPhone 6 models at HotUKDeals, where discounts are regularly posted.
You can also pick up as new iPhone 6 models from HotUKDeals merchants like Tesco, GiffGaff, GAME and Argos, as well as platforms like eBay or Amazon. Always check that you are purchasing from a reputable seller, and double check that you are getting the features you need.
The best times of year to go bargain hunting for an iPhone 6 are probably around Black Friday/Cyber Monday (late November) or the post-Christmas sales period. It’s also a good idea to check for deals when Apple roll out new phone models, as retailers often discount older versions to clear out their stockpiles. In general, the price of iPhone 6 models will be decreasing all the time, so plenty of great deals will be cropping up.
Save Money with the iPhone 6 Offers at HotUKDeals
The iPhone 6 remains an excellent smartphone for normal usage. If you want to use apps, check your e-mail, keep track of social media or watch Netflix, the iPhone 6 will do the job without any problems. There are always plenty of deals on iPhone 6 models, and you won’t miss any of them if you bookmark the iPhone 6 listings at HotUKDeals.
Made hot 30th Jan 2019Made hot 30th Jan 2019
Apple iPhone 6 64GB Space Grey Smartphone Vodafone Network - Grade B Refurb - £76.50 @ Itzoo£76.50ITZOO Deals
Just to be clear, I never said that ITZoo are rogue traders, it was you that attributed that description to them.
Just to be clear, are you claiming that ITZoo are ‘rogue traders’ by calling this refurbished? So is their ‘Microsoft Approved Refurbisher’ certification also false and are Microsoft in on this too? You can’t say it’s not as described when it states that it has scratches and wear to the display and casing, if you tried to take them to court you would get laughed out by the judge. I think everyone is taking this well out of context - refurbished and ‘refurbished to like new’ are two different things and they never claimed the latter. You do have the ability to vote with your feet though and if you don’t like it then don’t buy from them. I can’t see why someone would buy from them knowing there is some ambiguity over interpretation then complain...
wow I bet you're fun down the pub. You are just making yourself look stupid, I would stop while you are behind.
The Consumer Rights Act 2015, states that goods advertised for sale by a trader must be 'as described', that means 100% as described. If the item is described as refurbished, it must be refurbished, and not just have had a wipe down with a damp cloth. If an item is sold as refurbished, and has not been refurbished, then it would be in contravention of the Consumer Rights Act, and could result in prosecution for the trader. The Consumer Rights Act is designed to be a protection for consumers, to stop rogue traders misleading customers by false advertising. Just mentioning that a used product offered for sale may have scratches, does not make it qualify as being refurbished, no matter what price it is being offered at.
As a good citizen I think you need to do something about this, quick get this reported and all the company directors thrown in jail for their flagrant disregard for the laws of this land. I can just see the headlines now. Four jailed for selling dodgy refurbed iPhones with scratches on the screen.
Made hot 30th Jan 2019Made hot 30th Jan 2019
Apple iPhone 6 16GB Space Grey Smartphone Vodafone Network - £74.99 @ ITZoo£74.99ITZOO Deals
Grade: B Grade Refurbished iPhone Scratches to Screen & Case 1 year guarantee Retails at £150 in CEX Free delivery
Is there any way of unlocking it entirely for free? Thanks!
Mine came today, no marks , screen very good. now to get it unlocked. Cheers opp. (y)
Just received mine. Pretty good condition, only one really noticeable mark on the side but otherwise in good order. And battery health reported at 99% so I am happy. Edit: I take it back, the noticeable mark was just a bit of dirt. Cleaned it up and its pretty spotless. Thanks OP and thanks ITZOO.
brilliant, cheers Saw on tracking mine was delivered earlier also by UPS, it's just i'm away now till tomorrow evening, so will get it then.
I emailed them to chase mine, got a near instant reply to let me know it is out for delivery today with UPS.
Made hot 16th Dec 2018Made hot 16th Dec 2018LocalLocal
iPhone 6/7/8 cases from £2 - iPhone X case from £3 @ Asda£2Asda Deals
My local Asda seems to be doing some great deals on iPhone cases starting from £2 for iPhone 6/7/8 and £3 for iPhone X. The quality is fab too. I picked up a 5S case for £4 myself … Read more
I got one similar from eBay for 99p with free delivery, worth having a look, just be sure to refine to Uk sellers only
I know, for 20p it’s no big deal, but delivery is nearly £5 from them. Ok if you’re buying other things.
Eek (shock) I know some people get annoyed if people diss their Deal, but it's a very good reason not to buy one of those.
I ordered one of these a month ago, and the glitter all comes off (slowly). However, it stopped me being able to take pictures with the flash on, as they all had a pink tang to them. There’s a reason Peacocks got rid of his stock to them (it was in original packaging).
Made hot 13th Dec 2018Made hot 13th Dec 2018
Iphone 6 cases various colours still in stock £4 + £3.99 del poss. 3% quidco£4H&M Deals
HAPPY PLUGS x H&M. Thin, grip-friendly case in lightweight plastic with a matt metallic finish. High-quality screen protector included. Fits iPhone 6/6s
My daughter had her iPhone 7 in a decent protective case for 2 years, dropped it loads of times, and sustained no damage. She put it in one of these funky cases, and dropped it the same day...landed on a corner, and cracked the screen. The idea of a case is to protect the phone; these might look funky, and be cheap, but would you put a £500+ phone in a cheap case?! Worth spending an extra tenner. Lesson learnt the hard way by my Daughter!
From that pic i'd say "hideous" was more appropriate than funky
Made hot 5th Sep 2018Made hot 5th Sep 2018LocalLocal
I bought a refurb from giffgaff although not same retailer but buying experience would probably be the same. Most of these are not original apply screen, they bought them for cheap and fixed the screen themselves. How I know this is when I used mine I noticed the accuracy wasn’t correct when I tap with my finger. Most websites it’s okay but for games (empire war z) it was very noticeable. The home button isn’t smooth and the screen freezes now and then. I wouldn’t recommend
And how long is operating system support going to last? You can buy a brand new Moto G5 for similar money, 2 year warranty from John Lewis
Is there a way I can stop music magpie deals showing up on my feed?
The battery health indicator means nothing. It’s about as accurate as my golf swing. I would say I’ve changed maybe 100 SE/6/6S variant batteries since iOS 11. All had over 80% , most around 90 mark. However they all had issues of switching off even when showing battery life remains . Would then say connect to charge , plug it in and low and behold, they boot back up to a different percentage . So those batteries were certainly well past it. Apple are just pulling the wool over our eyes with it yet again
Made hot 31st May 2018Made hot 31st May 2018
Cheap used iPhone 6 from £109.99 @ ebay.co.uk (Music Magpie)£109.99eBay Deals
Various different iPhone models for sale, great if you are looking for a second phone or have just broken your old one.
A good deal but personally I’d avoid as my 6 was dog slow in iOS 11 even after I replaced the battery to make sure it wasn’t throttling.
That happens with most mobile phones. I like to know my phone has the latest security updates available so always keep it updated
That ‘meh’ phone is still being updated and sold 220 million units worldwide. So the majority of the smartphone market disagrees
Oh right, and updates on other devices are without issue? My Huawei P9 Lite came with Android 6 and was running smoothly, it got one update to Android 7 in which more bugs have been introduced and more UI lag than there used to be. So in one update Huawei managed to screw it up. Apple don’t force you to update, they give you the choice and I believe having a choice to upgrade is better than not having an option at All. No worries though, continue the mindless Apple bashing (y)
Music Magpie have the worst customer service. Bunch of thieves. Don't trust them