Original headline: Captain America replaces Apple iPhone 6s, no longer supports iOS 16 upgrade: Missing Home physics button, 100% battery drops to 15%
Chris Evans, the Hollywood actor who plays Captain America, tweeted that he got rid of his old iPhone 6S, and that he was stuck with IT despite losing power quickly.
Chris Evans had an Android phone in The Knives Out movie and saw new devices while filming Apple TV+ Defending Jacob, but actor Chris Evans is actually a longtime iPhone 6S user in real life.
It is unclear when the actor bought the iPhone 6s. Apple released the iPhone 6S in 2015 and stopped making it in 2018. In addition, Apple has removed support for the iPhone 6s from its latest iOS 16 update.
Chris Evans has announced he is replacing his phone because of problems with the ageing iPhone 6s. It said, "RIP iPhone 6s. I'll miss the Home button. I'll miss charging at night or grainy photos. I'll miss 100% power dropping to 15% and shutting down in a few minutes. It's been a wild ride. Rest in peace, man."
Evans also posted a tribute on Instagram that garnered more than a million likes in less than 12 hours, while the Twitter post has already garnered more than 500,000 likes and the conversation is growing.
Evans didn't actually say which Apple iPhone he switched to, but the Instagram post shows a photo of him transferring data from an iPhone 6s to what appears to be an iPhone 12 or 13 model. And the iPhone 6S is constantly charged.