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When you’re de­cid­ing which iPhone to buy, your de­ci­sion will be driven pri­mar­ily by what size screen you want. The iPhone 5c (sadly rel­e­gated to one ca­pac­ity, 8GB) and 5s have 4-inch screens, while the 6 and 6 Plus have 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch screens, re­spec­tively; think about how they fit into your life – lit­er­ally.

There are other dif­fer­ences; the 6 Plus’s cam­era has an im­age-sta­bil­is­ing lens, and both 6 mod­els are faster.

Since 2012, Ap­ple has in­tro­duced a new model of iPhone in early to mid-Septem­ber, and the signs point to­ward the suc­ces­sor to the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus com­ing in the same time frame. If you’re com­ing up to the end of your con­tract, you might want to hold off a few more weeks. At its de­vel­oper con­fer­ence in June, Ap­ple said that iOS 9 will fo­cus on per­for­mance, and that it will run on mod­els all the way back to the iPhone 4S.

The Days Since Re­fresh box shows you when an Ap­ple prod­uct was last up­dated at the time we went to press, and whether it’s safe to buy now or wait. Please re­mem­ber this ad­vice is just our best guess – Ap­ple can up­date any prod­uct line at any time.

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