- 5 months ago
I've got an iPhone 6s which has worked well for a while but the battery is starting to wear after 4 years. I could take it in and get it replaced for $50 or I may be able to snag a deal from AT&T for a new phone for about $200. Personally, I don't see any reason to upgrade in terms of features. I really like the size of my 6s and the headphone jack, and nothing more really matters as I mostly use it for texting and entertainment (YouTube and Netflix.) However, my main concern would be longevity. Even with a new battery, would I start experiencing issues from the rest of the hardware aging? Let me know what you think. Thanks!
Edit: Thanks for the feedback, ended up going with an iFixit replacement and went great!