How to find an iPhone 6s deal
Compare dozens of contract deals on the iPhone 6s with the comparison table above. We have more deals than you can shake a stick at, from loads of different networks on all sorts of tariffs.
Use the filters at the side of the table if you want to narrow down your search. You can hunt for plans with lots of data; deals on your favourite network; just the rose gold model; plans within a certain budget; and more. Be sure to sort it all by cost to see the cheapest deals at the top.
Then, simply click on a deal to sign up through the network or seller, and the phone will be yours in no time.
What's the iPhone 6s like?
The 6s is a standard size iPhone, with a 4.7-inch display. The resolution is HD - 750 x 1334 pixels, to be exact - so it's bright and clear. It was also the first iPhone to have a pressure-sensitive '3D Touch' screen, which lets you do different things depending on how hard you push it. Neato.
Like all iPhones, the 6s comes with a great camera. On the back is a 12MP affair, with dual-tone flash and phase detection autofocus, so your snaps will come out looking great. So will your selfies, thanks to the 5MP front-facer.
At the heart of the iPhone 6s is a dual-core Apple A9 processor, paired with 2GB of RAM. It's a powerful setup, capable of handling even the heaviest of apps and games.
The 1715mAh battery on this phone lasts all day on a single charge without a hitch - but you probably won't get it to last much longer than that.
As well as all that, the iPhone 6s also has:
- A stunning design
- Fingerprint scanner, plus Apple Pay
- Up to 128GB internal storage
iPhone 6s pay monthly contracts
You have plenty of choice over iPhone 6s contracts. Nearly all networks offer iPhone plans, and for many that includes the 6s on various different data, calls, and text allowances. Look to big networks like EE and O2 for the best service with lots of added perks; or try smaller ones like giffgaff for a cheaper iPhone 6s deal.
As for your plan's allowances, these can vary quite a lot. Light users will be happy with 500MB or so of data and a few minutes and texts, while heavy users will want 10GB and beyond. Unlimited data, minutes, and texts are all available too. See our guide to data usage if you need help choosing.
You'll also have some choice over how you pay for your phone. You can pay more upfront and get lower monthly bills; choose a 'free' phone with nothing to pay upfront; or go for anything in between. Some pay-monthly contracts, such as O2 Refresh or Sky Mobile's Swap, even let you upgrade early by paying off the cost of the handset.
What's the best price on an iPhone 6s?
You'll find the best iPhone 6s price for you using the table above. Apply all your relevant filters, and sort the results by total cost to see the overall best prices on deals that suit you.
There are a few things that can give you a lower cost deal:
- Budget networks offer cheaper iPhone plans than some of the big ones - take a look at providers like giffgaff, iD Mobile, and Virgin Mobile.
- Keep an eye out for existing customer deals - BT broadband customers can get cheaper BT Mobile plans, for example, and Sky TV users get extras on Sky Mobile deals.
- Pick a deal through a reseller, such as Carphone Warehouse - that is, a company that buys handsets and SIMs in bulk and passes the savings onto you.
- Refurbished or reconditioned handsets aren't for everyone, but they do often cost a lot less. And you know for sure that they're in good nick.
What's good about the iPhone 6s?
- Good cameras
- Has a headphone jack
- Excellent - and fast - performance
- Fab design
- Up to 128GB storage
What's bad about the iPhone 6s?
- Not waterproof
- Better screens available from Androids
- Battery life only just about cuts it
The iPhone 6s has much of the same tech as the iPhone 6 - but with a few upgrades that make it even better. The design is essentially the same, with a hardy 4.7-inch Gorilla Glass screen and smooth metal back, though the aluminium is even stronger than before. The phone is also a little thicker, most likely to make room for 3D Touch - a clever touchscreen tech that means you can perform different actions by touching the screen in a different way. Along with the 6s Plus, it's the first of Apple's range to feature the iOS 9 operating system, which comes with some new apps and an improved Siri - as well as a Low Power mode for better battery life. The phone also sees a jump up from the old iPhone cameras, to a new 12MP one that can even record 4K video. However, it doesn't have an SD card slot - and picking a model with more internal memory, which you'll need if you want to make use of that 4K video recorder, won't come cheap. Nonetheless, the iPhone 6s is still one of the best mobiles on the market.
iPhone 6s specs
Reasons to buy the iPhone 6s
Really Thin7.1 mm
|Release Date||September 2015|
|Sim Card Type||Nano|
|Size & Weight|
|Form Factor||Candy Bar|
|Thickness||7.1 mm||Is thinner than average|
|Size||67.1x7.1x138.3 mm||Is very small|
|Weight||143 g||Is average weight|
|Battery Type||Lithium Ion|
|Capacity||1715 mah||Has a smaller than average battery capacity|
|Standby||240 hours||Offers little time in standby|
|Talktime||14 hours||Offers less than average talktime|
|Display Size||4.7 inches||Has an average size screen|
|Resolution||1334x750 inches||Has a smaller than average screen resolution|
|Pixels Per Inch||0 ppi|
|Touch Screen Type||Capacitive|
|Processor Cores||Dual Core||Has poorer than average processing power|
|Memory||2000 MB||Has an average amount of RAM|
|Internal Storage||16, 32, 64, 128|
|Camera & Video|
|Primary Camera||12 MP||Has an average megapixel camera|
|2nd Camera||5 MP||Has a poorer than average secondary camera|