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Black Friday Philippines: How to Get the Best Deals on Gadgets and Electronics

22 November 2018

The day that comes after Thanksgiving marks one of the biggest shopping events of the year: Black Friday. While Thanksgiving is barely celebrated in the Philippines, more and more merchants gradually adapt to the thought of Black Friday sale. That is why Black Friday is a great time to shop and score amazing discounts on some items such as gadgets!

The day that comes after Thanksgiving marks one of the biggest shopping events of the year: Black Friday. While Thanksgiving is barely celebrated in the Philippines, more and more merchants gradually adapt to the thought of Black Friday sale. That is why Black Friday is a great time to shop and score amazing discounts on some items such as gadgets!

Apple iPhone 6 32GB Gold Specs

Release Date in Philippines
ModeliPhone 6
DateOct 2014
Processor frequency1.4 GHz
Processor familyApple
Processor modelA8
Processor cores2
64-bit computingYes
Coprocessor modelM8
Display diagonal11.9 cm (4.7")
Display resolution1334 x 750 pixels
Screen shapeFlat
Display typeIPS
Contrast ratio (typical)1400:1
Touch technologyMulti-touch
Display brightness500 cd/m²
Touchscreen typeCapacitive
Pixel density326 ppi
Second displayNo
Ports & interfaces
USB portNo
Headphone connectivity3.5 mm
Lightning connectorYes
Weight & dimensions
Weight129 g
Width67 mm
Depth6.9 mm
Height138.1 mm
SIM card capabilitySingle SIM
Mobile network generation4G
SIM card typeNanoSIM
4G standardLTE
2G standardsEdge, GSM
Wi-Fi standards802.11a,Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac),802.11b,802.11g,Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n)
Bluetooth version4.0
2G bands (primary SIM)850,900,1800,1900 MHz
3G bands supported850,900,1700,1900,2100 MHz
Near Field Communication (NFC)Yes
RAM capacity1 GB
Internal storage capacity128 GB
Compatible memory cardsNot supported
Position locationYes
Assisted GPS (A-GPS)Yes
Electronic compassYes
Operating system installediOS 8
App distribution platformApple App Store
Windows operating systems supportedYes
Mac operating systems supportedYes
Bundled softwareHealth\nFaceTime\nMail\nSafari\nSiri\niTunes Store \nApp Store \niBooks\nGame Center
Rear camera typeSingle camera
Rear camera resolution (numeric)8 MP
Front camera typeSingle camera
Front camera resolution (numeric)1.2 MP
Rear camera flashYes
Video capture resolution (max)1920 x 1080 pixels
Flash typeLED
Maximum frame rate240 fps
Resolution at capture speed1920x1080@30fps,1920x1080@60fps
Video recording modes1080p,720p
Auto focusYes
Face detectionYes
Video recordingYes
Video stabilizerYes
Image stabilizerYes
Battery technologyLithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Talk time (3G)14 h
Standby time (3G)250 h
Browsing time (Wi-Fi)11 h
Browsing time (3G)10 h
Browsing time (4G)10 h
Continuous audio playback time50 h
Continuous video playback time11 h
Form factorBar
Product colourGold
Video callYes
Fingerprint readerYes
Personal info management (PIM)Alarm clock, Calculator, Calendar, Notes
Voice diallingYes
Voice commandsYes
PersonalizationIcons, Menu
Hearing aid compatibilityM3, T4
Vibrating alertYes
Subscription typeNo subscription

iPhone 6 Price Philippines and Specs

Apple iPhone 6: Bigger is Better

iPhone fans who have longed for an iPhone with a bigger screen finally had their request granted. Perhaps the biggest upgrade Apple has taken yet is the up-sized screen of the iPhone 6. Though their screen size is only comparable to Android’s mini phones, 4.7 inch still is a big leap from the 4.0’ screen of its predecessor - the iPhone 5s.

More Vivid and Surreal Display

Apple’s 750x1334 resolution has fully revealed its real beauty with the iPhone 6’s bigger screen. Its 326ppi pixel density makes the screen’s icons and images look crisper than ever and is vividly lit up by its IPS LED-backlit LCD. Also, the iPhone 6 phone display is more energy efficient than its predecessor despite having a big screen, all thanks to the hardware configurations influenced by its new screen size.

On top of its upsized screen is iPhones signature Ion-strengthened glass with an oleophobic coating, making it resistant to scratches. And to provide that sexy finish, the iPhone 6 flaunts a very thin bezel, making it look the most seductive iPhone to date.

More Juiced Up!

Aside from the screen that literally got bigger, the battery department of the iPhone also had its major upgrade. The iPhone 6 now packs a 1624mAh Li-Po battery, which is 15% bigger than its predecessor’s battery. With a more battery-conscious screen paired with a bigger battery capacity, the iPhone 6 will be able to endure longer hours of video, music, browsing, and gaming with a single charge, definitely more than enough to get you by before your next charge.

8MP with Top Notch Point-and-Shoot Technology

Though there was not much of anupgrade in the camera department in terms of pixel size, Apple however upgraded its camera’s internal features, one of its prominent camera upgrade is its autofocus hardware. The autofocus is a lot faster, all thanks to the faster chipset of the iPhone 6. The face detection feature is also faster and more accurate; that picture perfect smile surely won’t go unnoticed. These two improvements from of the iPhone 6 camera is what they call the phase detection pixel technology. A camera upgrade that aims to please every photography enthusiast.

iPhone Hands-On Review: The Start of a New Era

The Apple iPhone 6 is the phone that paved the way for Apple to explore a whole new world of possibilities. For starters, Apple finally took the first step yet the biggest leap in stepping up their phone’s overall design – a bigger screen. The iPhone 6 is basically the start of a new era for the iPhone series. Due to its enlarged size, it is now possible for Apple to give its battery department a boost – a glaring issue in all of the iPhones before it.

All these years, Apple never bothered to really go above and beyond into their iPhone’s features. Rather, they go the extra mile to polish a simple function and make it perform seamlessly. Which explains why they still manage to be on top of the competition despite the lack of real new features to pit against high-calibre Android phones.

Overall Design and Handling

The iPhone 6 sports a bigger build than its predecessor, apparently this also means that it’s quite heavier. It weighs about 129g, making it just 10 grams heavier than the iPhone 5s. If you’re used to carrying the iPhone 5s, there will only be a slight to almost no difference at all in terms of weight. However, in terms of aesthetics, the iPhone 6 stands out greatly in slimness – it’s definitely sleek and sexy with just a 6.9mm thickness.

However, the thin profile (or lack of thickness) of the iPhone 6 makes it easily bendable. At one point, the iPhone 6 trended wildly on the internet, not for praises, but rather to warn users of the "bend gate" phenomenon. Many iPhone 6 users claimed that the phone easily bends when put in the back pocket of their jeans. Given the thinness of this phone, that is definitely not far from becoming a possibility. However, if you won't really be using your phone that carelessly, your iPhone 6 will be just fine.

In terms of overall design, the iPhone 6 really nailed it. It's a fresh take on the style department of the iPhone and it instantly became a face of an era that's been long overdue for the Apple's iPhone. Apart from the design, the iPhone 6 provides an easy grip for the hands to hold, which can be credited to its thin profile and precise body size. The phone is not too big, but not too small either - it's just the perfect size for users to hold the phone comfortably and to have an enjoyable browsing or streaming experience. Without a doubt, this is how a smartphone's aesthetics should be done.

Display and Resolution

Apple’s iPhone 6 display is definitely rich in detail and colors. The 4.7-inch display is packed with a 750x1334 resolution which already sets foot into the HD resolution territory. Its pixel density is 326ppi and is already many steps ahead of Apple’s famous retina display (which is only 326 ppi). Compared to its predecessor which is the iPhone 5s which sports a 640x1136 screen, the display upgrade of the iPhone 6 is not really that big of a leap. However, the resolution is big enough to give justice to a pixel density of 326ppi – resulting in a sharper and crisper display.

Screen Size to Body Ratio

The iPhone 6 flaunts a 4.7-inch screen, but for the Android community, this size is now just among the minis of the latest Android flagship devices. Putting this phone into a screen size competition against Android flagship devices is basically a non-issue, though. One of the things that Apple has proven with the release of the iPhone 6 is that they don’t really have to do better in order to win the market.

The screen size is nothing to really write about. Its bezel isn’t too thin but it isn’t thin enough to deserve a praise either. However, it’s relatively unobtrusive and contributes to a perfect overall finish of the iPhone 6. Generally, there’s really nothing much to complain about its screen-to-body ratio. However, many famed flagship devices were able to fit in a bigger screen into a body similar to the iPhone 6. One good example of that is the LG Nexus 6. It was able to fit a good 5-inch screen into a body size similar to the iPhone 6. On the other hand, Samsung’s Galaxy Alpha carries the screen size as the iPhone 6, but with a smaller and thinner profile.

Scratch Resistant Glass

On the surface of the phone is the strongest scratch-resistant glass in the smartphone industry today. Its screen is protected by an ion-strengthened glass with oleophobic coating. This is Apple’s answer to Samsung’s (and all other Android phones) - Gorilla glass protection.


Apple’s iPhone has never really attempted to jump into the pixel competition when it comes to their camera. In iPhone 6, we won’t be seeing any major upgrade into the sensor’s pixel count. However, whatever they lack in terms of resolution, they pretty much more than make up for it with the quality of their still camera. The iPhone 6 despite carrying only an 8MP sensor is no pushover just like the camera of the iPhones before it. The same 8MP resolution may have premiered long ago during the debut of the iPhone 4S, but the hardware of its camera has undergone a lot of impressive upgrades since, along with Apple’s constant iOS upgrade which adds up to generating top-notch results. There are not many smartphones that can fare better than the iPhone’s and that’s a fact.

The denominator among all the iPhones that makes them such a great photography buddy is its ability to adapt to lighting conditions. Since the iPhone 4s, the camera of the succeeding iPhones really stands out against the competing smartphones during their time. And, iPhone 6 is no exception to that trend that Apple has led all these years. With a camera that managed to stand out without any sweat since the release of the iPhone 4S, coupled with a handful of camera hardware upgrade, the iPhone 6 manages to shoot its way to the top of the competition.

Phase Detection

One of the noticeable improvement of the iPhone 6 camera is the snappy auto-focus, which is called the focus pixel. This takes a few milliseconds for the camera of the phone to fully focus on an object and produce a clear and detail-rich photo of it. The iPhone 5S camera is, to say the least snappy, but the iPhone 6 takes auto-focusing into the iPhone series to a whole new level. Also when recording a video, the focus pixel works wonders. It can easily shift focus from one nearby object to another

The pixel focus is what we’ve already seen in many high-calibre Androids in the market today, and this feature is called phase detection technology on those devices. The Pixel focus feature of the iPhone 6 camera is among the best in the competition without a doubt.

Face Detection Improvement

With the iPhone 6 carrying a lightning-fast processor plus the pixel focus technology, face detection of its camera sensor has improved, making it faster and more accurate.


Taking photos in the Dynamic range also proves to be snappier than ever. With the fast processor and snappy camera hardware, it now takes just 1 second to process and HDR photo. Even without the HDR, darker parts of a scene already have great exposures. With the HDR feature of the iPhone 6, these darker parts of a scene will look naturally lit. However, the iPhone 6 just tends to oversaturate the colours at times with the HD. Then again, the majority of cameras tend to do that a little bit.

Image Stabilization

Apple has finally added an image stabilization technology into this flagship device, but it kind of falls short because it’s not really rooted from the hardware. Rather, it only carries a digital image stabilization technology instead of an optical one. But, you don’t really need to fuss over this because it is sufficient enough to eliminate the blurring in still photos.

The real deal where image stabilization comes into play is in the video recording function. Optical image stabilization is far superior to the digital because it uses a gyro-technology inside the camera sensor that allows pieces of the lens glass to shift pieces in order to off-set any motion. Shakiness which is caused by little yet persistent movement causes the camera to shake. But with optical image stabilization, it will allow the sensors of the camera to adjust to those movements that cause the photos or videos to become shaky or blurry. On the other hand, digital image stabilization only uses a software that adjusts and does no physical adaptation to movements. Instead, the software’s effect mostly is applied in the post-processing of a video or a picture. If you’re into a full-fledged iPhone photography experience and does not mind if it's bigger and pricier, you can go for the iPhone 6 Plus. However, this is not to say that the iPhone 6 is poor in terms of camera. To say the least, the iPhone 6 camera is among the best in the market and proves to be future proof. But, the digital image stabilization fares poorly in recording videos while in motion.

Video Recording and 240fps slow-mo

It’s safe to say that it’s the iPhone 5S that started the high fps video recording trend since its release. The high fps also paved the way for the slow-mo to be possible. The iPhone 6 is among the very few smartphones that could shoot videos in various fps modules. So, far, the iPhone 6 do it impressively, without making an obvious compromise in the quality department.

The iPhone 6 brings forth a highly improved video camera. It can capture videos in FullHD (1080p) at 30fps and a fast motion 1080p video at 60fps – only a limited few smartphones can do that. Alongside its 120fps 720p slow-mo video is a 240fps 720p option (twice as high as the already dated 120fps). The best thing about it is that they didn’t have to cut down the resolution of the phone to make the 240fps possible.

Sample Video:

The iPhone 6 camera is not capable of shooting 4K videos, but it does the day-to-day video recording job smoothly and perfectly. There’s really nothing to complain about its video recording capability. However, if for some reason you feel like a 4K video and an optical image stabilization are significant to your smartphone needs, there are better options in the market today. Phones like Xperia X5 premium, Galaxy S6, and Galaxy S7 to name a few are some of the tight competitors of the iPhone 6.

Phone Performance

The iPhone 6 carries a next-generation chipset which is the Apple A8 Chipset. While this chipset boasts a fast processing speed, it does not heat up easily and it consumes less power than the average chipset.

The A8 Chipset that runs the iPhone 6 is equipped with a 64-bit Cyclone processor which is clocked at 1.4GHz. It is 100 MHz faster than its predecessor’s A7 chipset, but it is battery-friendly because it does not require a lot of power in order to perform at its best. On the other hand, its Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) is a quad-core PowerVT which offers an outstanding performance. Games that are graphics-intensive are easily rendered with minimal to zero hiccups, thanks to its GPU. Apple has really nailed it when it comes to their GPU. iPhones, especially the iPhone 6, is really good at running Full HD games, and the improvements that they implement are very consistent in every new iPhone that they release.

Touch ID settings

Along the features that got improved with its software upgrade spread across the capable iPhone and iPad devices is the Touch ID. This feature can now store up to five fingerprint samples, giving users a highly customized security feature. The fingerprint sensor of the iPhone 6 is not the best one around because it may take some slight performance hiccups, but it’s not enough to make it inferior among its competing smartphones.

The Touch ID feature is more than just an unlocking feature of the iPhone. Apparently, it has now been integrated into a fairly good number of apps and into the iPhone’s security feature beyond the lock screen. For one, it can be used to authorize app store, iTunes, and iBook store purchases. The fingerprint security can easily be applied through the settings menu.

Audio Quality

With the new build that is being rocked by the iPhone 6 comes a minor setback in the audio output department. The iPhone 5S wasn’t really outstanding in delivering a loudspeaker performance, its successor the iPhone 6 does a little bit worse than its predecessor, though. Apparently, this is one of the minor compromises that the iPhone 6 has to do to give way to it's trimmed down waistline. However, connecting it to an external amplifier or speaker posts an excellent score. Also, the audio quality of the iPhone 6 through its ear pods is nothing short of brilliance. The audio performance of the iPhone 6 is best enjoyed with an external amplifier or a headphone.


The iPhone 6 is definitely a bang for the buck. It’s a big leap towards innovation from its 4-inch screen predecessor. Many of its new features are nothing that we’ve never seen before, however, that’s never been an issue for most iPhone users. The iPhone 6 does not actually offer something that’s really new and groundbreaking in the smartphone market. However, it really does well in polishing these features completely that when they’re officially launched, there’s not a speck of imperfection that will ruin the experience. And, that is what the iPhone 6 has really brought to the table.

A bigger screen is indeed a major upgrade for an Apple device, but it’s simply an aesthetic overhaul for a smartphone if you really think about it. Given that the bigger screen provides a whole new experience to iPhone users, the real deal with the iPhone 6 is how it delivers all the features smoothly into a much bigger screen. Realistically speaking, the iPhone 6 does nothing new, but the well-loved user experience that most iPhone users sought after is perfectly transposed into a bigger screen. This is what mostly draws users into using the iPhone 6. Obviously, there are far better high-end flagship devices in the market today that are offered at a fraction of the cost than for an iPhone 6. However, the iPhone 6 triumphs in the area where most of these leading flagship devices are inconsistent with – the user experience. The user experience is simply well polished. It is not feature-centric but rather it offers a rich and friendly user experience. Having that work on a bigger screen is definitely what matters for most iPhone users. This explains why the iPhone 6 and even the iPhones before it continues to have a strong following of users despite placing excessive premium to its price tag.

Reviews of Apple iPhone 6 32GB Gold
Reviewed on 2014-12-21
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Reviewed on 2014-11-14
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Reviewed on 2014-10-17
For some smartphone users, the OS may not be as important as how well the camera performs. With several social sharing platforms and an always-connected lifestyle, you tend to want to share as many cherishable moments as possible. More so if you're addict...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-12
I was playing with my Apple iPhone 6 and O+ Air smartphones while having my 'merienda' yesterday afternoon when my younger brother ( Val of BallersPinas ) - who was sitting beside me - blurted out,
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Reviewed on 2014-09-25
The year 2014 marked a huge step in Apple's direction as well as a landmark in the new leadership under Tim Cook. This is also the year that the iPhone has significantly grown, not only in sales, but also in display size. Check out our full review of the ...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-24
Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus reviews are on the way. But first, let's take a look at these glamour shots. With special participation of the original iPhone....
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Reviewed on 2014-09-18
People have been wanting for a bigger iPhone and now Apple has finally released two new bigger iPhones last week. The international and top tier tech bloggers have already posted their review of the Apple iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. Although they have gripes but...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-10
Simply put: The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are bigger, thinner, and more powerful than previous iPhones. The camera remains at 8MP, but with new sensors and phase detection autofocus, which is the same kind of autofocus used by DSLR cameras. The iPhone 6 Plus ha...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-21
Apple has released its most anticipated version of the iPhone, the larger than ever iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. We know that it wouldn't be fair enough to compare iPhones to any Android device, but for the sake of those who are looking for some difference...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-11
Good exposure and texture in bright light, Good color rendering in all light conditions, Smooth and stable autofocus in bright light, Efficient noise reduction in outdoor conditions
Inefficient stabilization, Limited dynamic range in challenging situations, Yellowish cast in low light, Underexposure in low light, Temporal noise indoors and in low light
The Apple iPhone 6 was number one in the original DxOMark Mobile ranking in 2014 and a significant step forward in terms of image quality compared to the iPhone 5S, despite the new camera's specifications looking like only a mild improvement over its pred...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-28
Apple has two new iPhones debuting today, including the iPhone 6. The iPhone 6 is the heir apparent to the flagship line of Apple smartphones, as it comes in at the same price point as the iPhone 5s, but Apple has done something new this year by introduci...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-28
Ergonomic design with great build quality, Bigger screen, Good camera with some minor improvements, Some useful features on iOS 8, Good battery life,
Some design issues like protruding camera lens, The display is underwhelming, Horrible Wi-Fi and cellular reception, The unlocked version of iPhone 6 will cost you at least $700. I don't recommend this phone because its aforementioned issues and the expen...
I always tried to migrate from Android smartphones to an iPhone but it was impossible in the last few years when Apple kept disappointing me with the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5S. Therefore, I expected the new Apple iPhone 6 could become my daily driver in the...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-08
The Apple iPhone 6s is probably the biggest ‘s' cycle upgrade the iPhone series has seen in the eight revisions that we've witnessed since the launch of the original iPhone in 2007. Yet the new iPhone 6s looks practically identical to the iPhone 6 and yo...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-29
If you glance through the iPhone 6s's specs and list of features, you would be forgiven for thinking that its most important camera upgrade is the sensor on its back-facing camera, which has been bumped from 8 megapixels—which has persisted since the iPho...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-03
Greatlooking display, Camera is very easy to use, Device is easy to use overall, Can run more demanding apps and games
It wouldn't be a complete smartphone test without the current-generation iPhone — Apple continues to be the best-selling smartphone manufacturer on the market (although Samsung is close behind). The iPhone 6 has embraced the "growing" trend, featuring a l...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-26
As a follow up on our in-depth LG G4 review, we decided to compare the smartphone to another popular flagship device – the iPhone 6. In this comparison we are going to take a look at all the important aspects that make these devices some of the best picks...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-20
As technology progresses, it gets harder and harder for the consumers to pick a device. Every company is trying to improve their flagship models, so that they outperform their competitors. Most consumers are just going for the smartphone that has the most...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-20
Universal carrier compatibility in the United States. Best third-party apps of any mobile OS. Excellent low-light camera performance. Fast Wi-Fi.
Phone calling performance is just okay
Apple's iPhone 6 is one of our favorite high-end smartphones. While most iPhones are sold through carrier channels, it also makes an excellent unlocked phone—one good enough to call Editors' Choice. There are a few things you need to know to get the best...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-10
A 5.5-inch phone that retains the design language of the LG G3 with LG's signature rear-positioned buttons, the LG G4 focuses on two key areas for improvement: first, it's style, with a new leather back cover option and second - an improved, 16-megapixel...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-05
It's time to really compare: just how good is the LG G4's camera?LG's talking a big game about the quality of the LG G4 's camera, and in the time we've been playing with it, it's certainly produced some impressive images. But it's also up against some im...
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