The Iphone 6s
1. Description: iPhone is a smartphone made by Apple that combines an iPod, a tablet PC, a digital camera and a cellular phone. The device includes Internet browsing and networking capabilities. You can get multiple colours e.g. silver, gold, rose gold, space grey, black. There are multiple features including finger print, slow motion, time laps, web search and a lot more.
2. An analysis of the key factors which affected your choice of the good. Consider product reviews, competing products, price, marketing, branding, environmental considerations:
As a consumer I usually look for the price, brand and quality when I am buying my goods. I chose this good because I knew a lot about it, also the iphone 6s has touch finger access, you can either choose from 32 GB or 128 GB, it has slow motion and time laps. The iphone 6s is $929. A competing products are the samsung phones. The features of a samsung phone are water and dust resistant and a professional camera, The samsung galaxy S7 is $999. This is a summery of what a couple of people have said about the iphone 6s. Positive reviews said that the iPhone 6 has improved speed everywhere (new processor, faster wireless, quicker Touch ID sensor); a sturdier body; better front and rear cameras; and a bold new 3D Touch pressure-sensitive display which offers new iOS shortcuts. But some negative are that The phone has the same battery life as the iPhone 6. You'll need to buy a larger iPhone 6S Plus or upgrade to an iPhone 7 for better battery life, plus optical image stabilization for photos and video. Overall the iPhone 7 may be the new hot stuff, but particularly with a price drop and a storage upgrade he iPhone 6S is still a great deal.
3. Where you would buy your good?
I would by my Iphone from the apple store. I would buy it from here because it is a reliable store and the item is apple brand so I know that everything is right and reliable. Also there are multiple apple stores in Sydney so they are easy to get to and there are a lot of people working in the shop so you don’t have to wait to be served. In a hole I would go to the apple store because it is easy to go to, it’s a reliable shop and I can get served quickly and I wouldn’t worry about anything.
4. Payment of Good
The two payment methods for buying my good would be a credit card or debit card. The advantages of a credit card are that you can buy what you want withought the money physically in your pocket but a disadvantage is that if you don’t have the money at the end of the month then you have to pay interest so you end up paying more for your good. Using a Debit Card is good because it’s your own money and you don’t have to worry about paying someone back you just pay for it on the spot and that you don’t have to carry around cash with you all the time and also that if someone steels your card they can’t get into it withought the pin. Some disadvantage is that if you forget your pin there is no way of accessing your bank again. I would use a debit card in this situation because it usually costs around 1,000 and most people would have that in their bank to pay then and there. So I would use that card because it’s quick and simple and you don’t have to worry about paying the bank back.
5. Imagine, unfortunately, there is a problem with your good following your purchase. Create a flowchart showing the process of resolving the issue. You should include reference to the law in this area.
The issue: My Iphone 6s Keeps dying at 70% charge after 1 month of perching this good. My iphone is still in warranty.
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