How to get the best battery life from your iPhone 6S

Apple’s iPhone 6s is one of the best smartphones on the market, but for many it’s the only one you’ll ever use.

That’s not to say the battery life is terrible.

In fact, we’re pretty impressed with it, and we’re here to tell you why.

We’ve had the iPhone 6 for more than a year now, and in that time we’ve noticed a few things about its battery life.

First, it’s not the only phone with an all-glass design.

As you might expect, the iPhone’s glass has been known to fail and it’s been a point of contention in the past.

And that’s because of a couple of key design decisions that the company has made over the years.

First off, the phone doesn’t include an LCD display, so the phone’s screen is glass.

While it’s a very thin piece of glass that only covers a fraction of the phone, the glass does help the phone keep up with your finger.

In the case of the iPhone 5s, the display was so thin that the fingerprint sensor didn’t actually detect it at all.

But the screen of the 6s still uses a fingerprint sensor, so if you touch the screen with your other hand, it will still recognize your fingerprint.

This is because the screen is only made of glass.

Secondly, the company is also using a ceramic back, which is actually a ceramic substrate that is a ceramic material.

This ceramic material is very resilient, and its resistance makes it very tough.

In our tests with the iPhone, it held up to temperatures as low as -55°C.

This also meant the display didn’t melt or chip under stress, and the screen also performed better in a variety of environments.

It’s not an alluring look, and there are some drawbacks to the display.

But there are a couple reasons why this design makes a lot of sense for the iPhone.

The first is that glass can be a little fragile.

You’re going to break a lot, but this is why we use protective film when we’re shopping for electronics.

For the most part, glass is pretty tough, but if you do break it, it usually comes back to a little more of the glass.

It also makes it easier to see the insides of the display and the glass itself, as you can see in the picture below.

It’s a little like having a plastic back on your phone, and you have to get a little extra care to avoid scratching the glass or the display itself.

The second reason is that you’ll be able to see more of your device, and it’ll be easier to read.

You’ll be using the phone less when it’s on the table, and less when you’re taking it out of your pocket.

Apple has a few other design elements to go along with its ceramic back that make it a great choice for those of us who like a touch-friendly design.

But it’s still very thin, so you won’t see the fingerprint scanner.

It doesn’t have a headphone jack, so it’s an alligator clip-on design.

And the display is still glass, so there’s no need to worry about scratching it.

In the end, this isn’t the phone for everyone, but the screen, battery life, and ceramic back all make the iPhone a great option for the budget iPhone user.

And if you’re willing to give up the glass back, there’s plenty of other options to consider.

We also wanted to test the display, and while the iPhone has an OLED display, we decided to go with a glass-on-glass display, which means the screen was glass.

The screen is slightly smaller than the glass, and if you use it in a situation where you’re looking directly at the screen or the back of your hand, the screen will appear slightly smaller.

We’re going with this display because the phone is so thin, and because it’s much more attractive to use with the phone.

But you can still use it with other devices.

The display works with any phone that supports OLED.

And while we weren’t able to test it with an iPhone 5, we did find that it worked well with an iPad mini 4.

Apple says the screen uses its “new” Gorilla Glass 3, but we haven’t seen a review that supports it yet.

Apple has also said that the screen works with all iPhone models that use the new OLED technology.

So, there you have it.

The best battery-life iPhone you’ll find, for $200 less than its competition.

It has an amazing screen, and an OLED panel that’s better than anything you’ll get at a typical phone store.