The iPhone 6, released in September 2014, is currently listed
as a vintage product by Apple. iPhone 6 is equipped with a Retina HD display, a single 8-megapixel rear camera, and the 64-bit A8 chip with 1GB of RAM. Apple’s definition of vintage refers to when the product has been discontinued for more than 5 years but not more than 7 years, and the iPhone 6 already falls under the definition of an obsolete product.
Both the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were released in September 2014, and they are also Apple’s first large-screen mobile phones. They are equipped with the iOS 8 system. After the release of iOS 13 in 2019, only the iPhone 6s series will be supported. So the last version of the iPhone 6 series is iOS 12.
Of course, Apple
still provides security updates for these devices regardless of whether they are vintage or not. Security updates, including the iPhone 5s, are now available, and providing security updates will help users who are still using these older models to plug vulnerabilities and improve security in a timely manner.
These models are relatively light in weight, and the rounded corners feel very good. It is estimated that there should be no problem in a few years.