How about your iPhone 4s and iPhone 6s now?
iPhone 4s and iPhone 6s be officially classified by Apple as "obsolete"
Apple plans to add the first-generation iPad Pro to its list of obsolete products at the end of June. In addition, the 32GB versions of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, and the iPhone 4s will also be officially classified by Apple as "obsolete", meaning that Apple will not provide hardware service for the products and users will be smart enough to repair the models in the future through unofficial channels.
The iPhone 4s arrived in October 2011 and received a lot of attention when it was launched. It was the first device launched by Apple with Siri functionality. Compared to today's phones, the iPhone 4s can be trimmed down to a small and compact size.
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As one of Apple's second best-selling models, the 4s and 6s started many people's Apple journey and is an Apple phone for many people, and a divine machine that carries countless memories. The classic design, fixed in the minds of Apple fans, makes them popular with them even after years of debut. And they prefer the "outdated" iPhone and the Home button on the phone to the new iPhone 12 and 13 of today.
How are the iPhone 4s and iPhone 6s used by users?
1. The best use is as a backup phone. It may not be able to play games or watch videos for long periods of time, but it is still fine for simple calls and chats.
2. As well as being a standby, the 4s/6s is also used by many users as an e-reader. Generally speaking, many people do not dispose of their old phones and they are usually left in an inconspicuous place in the house to "eat dust". Instead, they use them as readers.
3. For some of the 4s/6s that are beyond repair and use, we can also reuse them and turn them into works of art. You can turn your phone into a DIY picture frame and decorate your office, study, or a suitable wall. Isn't it great to reuse waste and maximize the value of your product, so to speak?
If your 4s/6s are still in working order, you can also choose for our Xreart frames. We have a range of dismantled picture frames for first-generation iPhone to iPhone X, dismantling old electronics and framing them as works of art. In this way, we can help people permanently preserve technology products that have special meaning to them, raise public awareness of environmental protection, and reduce e-waste.