Smartphones get launched regularly and new devices mean old ones drop in price. If you can't afford a brand-new phone then why don't you pick up an old one from 2014/2015 which is still decent for a fraction of the cost? Here we round up the best old phones 2014/2015. You should try and avoid buying a smartphone when it first gets launched if you want to get the best deal possible. The price of phones tends to drop quickly after being released due the way they quickly get superseded. A prime example is Samsung with its Galaxy phones. These tend to drop in price very quick after hitting the shops. However, some stay the same for a long time or until a new version is released – Apple's iPhone are an example of this.
If you are an iPhone user, and you specifically want an iPhone to be your next smartphone, the iPhone 6 is great, but of course the iPhone 6s is even better. It's going to come down to budget ultimately, as the iPhone 6 is a brilliant iPhone that'll save you a few pennies if you're set on getting an Apple phone. It's a slick, well-built, beautifully designed handset. Performance is good, the display is good, and the iOS eco-system is, well, good.
“Wash your hands before you eat”, “wash your hands after using the bathroom”, “wash your hands after playing outside” – all these phrases are commonly used by our thoughtful parents and they’re familiar for us from the childhood. We’re surrounded by all conceivable and inconceivable pathogens since birth. People strive against and live cheek by jowl with them at the same time. In fact, if a person grows in an isolated community or under sterile conditions, he or she won’t be able to resist to such new threats as harmful microorganisms. Even the attendance of kindergarden can be not only a social integration of a child but also a kind of preparation for future diseases. There’re some good examples of the isolation “side effects” in the history. One of them is a story of the American Indians. They were not ready for the ailments that came to the continent with the European colonizers and a common cold mowed them down as a severe flu.