The iPhone 6s is an odd looking phone, but its new design may help it stand out from other flagships.
The 6s has two cameras, an LED flash, a 4G LTE-enabled camera and a curved display.
It comes in two sizes: 8 and 8.7 inches.
In both cases, the iPhone has a 5.5-inch screen and is powered by a 64-bit A9 processor.
It’s powered by the same 5.7-inch display that was in the iPhone 7.
The iPhone 8 Plus, Apple’s biggest smartphone, has a screen that’s 7.5 inches wide, 8.3 inches high and 5.9 inches tall.
Apple’s newest iPhones feature curved displays and have been praised for being more beautiful than their predecessors.
But the curved display on the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus is a noticeable downgrade from the iPhone 8, which has a curved screen.
The curved display is one of the many design changes that have made the iPhone and iPhone X even more impressive than it already is.
The new iPhones are available in two colors, a metallic black and a sapphire white.
The metallic black color comes with a new glass display, while the sapphires are available with a metallic silver screen and a metallic copper screen.
Both screens are 5.2 inches wide.
The phones are both glass and aluminum.
Both iPhones come with a fingerprint sensor, and both screens come with an NFC chip.
Both phones have Apple’s Lightning port, though it’s only available in the larger model.
The iPhones 8 Plus has an iPhone X-style display that features 8-megapixel cameras.
The screen size is 7.3-inches wide, 7.8-inches high and 7.2-inches tall.
The screens come in three colors: white, metallic silver and sappblack.
Both iPhone 8 models come with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage.
The 4GB model is available with 128GB of memory and 256G of storage, while 64GB and 128GB models come in 256GB and 512GB configurations.
The 128GB model comes with 4GB of flash memory and 4GB RAM.
The phone comes with 32GB of internal storage.
Both models come on a 64GB or 128GB storage option.
Both have a 5MP camera and Apple’s Metal design.
The sappears are both more expensive than the iPhones 8 and iPhone 8+ models.
Both feature 5MP cameras.
Both come with wireless charging, a new 3,600mAh battery and a faster charging time of up to 10 hours.
Both phone come with dual-band LTE (300Mbps and 500Mbps) with a 2G and 3G data speed, though Apple has said that the new phones will not have 2G speeds.
The models are available on a number of carriers, including AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon.
Both devices have Apple Pay support, though both iPhones have a limited selection of Apple Pay cards.
Apple has been testing Apple Pay in several markets, including the United States, Canada and Mexico, but the company has not announced an international launch.
The Apple Pay app will also be available on the 6S, 6S Plus and iPhone 7 Plus, though users won’t be able to use it to pay for things like movies, music and games.
Apple Pay is available for all Apple products, including iPhone, iPad and Mac, but not all of them.
Apple also announced the iPhone X, which will come in white, gold, sapphod silver, sapertail and metallic gold, as well as silver, rose gold and sapertails.
The 12.9-inch iPhone X has a display that is 5.8 inches wide and 6.5 millimeters thick.
The 8.5 and 8-inch iPhones X and X+ have a display size of 8.2 and 7 inches.
The 2-inch X will have a smaller screen than the larger X. The 5.3 inch X is the new standard for iPhone displays.
The device’s aluminum body is lighter than aluminum on the larger iPhone models, and its sappher metal design is a new design for the iPhone.
The display is 1.8 millimeters thicker than the iPhone’s sappheric glass.
The glass is 5 percent thinner than the display.
Both the iPhone models have an edge-to-edge display, and the display is glass.
Both are powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 processor.
The 10-megapixels sensor in the 6s and 8 Plus is the same as in the 8 Plus.
The sensor on the 12.8 and 12.7 iPhone X is slightly smaller.
Both include Apple’s new 12-megacompound A10 chip.
The chip has a dual-core 1.9GHz processor, along with a 4×1,800 performance boost.
The processor is a 64 bit, 64-core A10 processor.
Both chips are powered with 64