When the iPhone 5 came out, the iPhone 6, the sixth iteration of Apple’s most popular smartphone, was also out.
It was the first iPhone to feature the latest technology.
And it was the most revolutionary of the iPhone’s many incarnations.
The iPhone 6 Plus was the latest in the line.
But in many ways, it was a step back.
The Apple Watch had a similar hardware design to the iPhone, but with a different user interface.
The MacBook Pro had an iPad-like look and feel, but lacked the Touch ID fingerprint sensor.
The Galaxy S6 was an iPhone-esque design that also lacked the fingerprint sensor, but offered a smaller screen.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 had a much more radical design, but without the sensor.
Apple has said that the Note 5 was “an evolutionary step forward” for the iPhone.
And then came the iPhone 7, which came with an all-new design and an all new fingerprint sensor for its iPhone 7 Plus.
The fingerprint sensor is still in the iPhone and has a different design.
But the iPhone is a lot simpler than the iPad.
The main changes for iPhone 7 include the removal of the “Home Button,” which has been the iPhone tradition since its introduction in 2011.
It’s now located in the bottom right corner of the screen, just below the Home Button.
Apple says the “Sprint” button will replace it, but the feature has not yet been released.
Instead, users will have to scroll down to find it.
The “Siri” feature will be back in the new iPhone.
It can take multiple actions on the screen at once, and it will continue to work even when you switch between apps.
The new iPhone also includes a new camera app called Photos, which offers more accurate photos.
Apple is calling it a “digital zoom” feature.
It uses a digital zoom feature that allows you to zoom in on a single photo, and then zoom out and zoom in again.
The Photos app will also show you all the photos in a group, which is helpful when you need to look at something while doing a photo-taking task.
It also lets you use a virtual camera to take more photos, or you can use the built-in camera.
Apple also redesigned the Messages app, which will be the primary messaging app for iPhone.
The Messages app has a lot more customization options than previous iPhone versions.
For example, you can now drag an emoji, a GIF, or a video clip to add it to your Messages photo gallery.
And the app will automatically sync the photos you’ve taken to your device when you open it.
Apple’s design team is also introducing new emoji, too.
The company says its new emoji are a mix of popular and less-popular emoji.
You’ll find the familiar face, a little smiley face, an exclamation point, a cute bird, and more.
The emoji are also new in iOS 11, which was released on September 17.
In addition to new emoji in Messages, you’ll see a new emoji that has been added to Apple’s own app store, called Apple Pay.
The Pay app allows you buy or borrow an Apple Pay-enabled device from Apple or select one from the company’s mobile app store.
You can also pay with Apple Pay in any Apple Pay store, with the iPhone or with a mobile app.
Apple Pay also lets Apple Pay customers pay for Apple products through a credit or debit card.
For the first time in the App Store, you’re also able to use the iPhone to pay with your phone’s camera.
The camera on the new iPhones will be a little smaller than the ones in the old iPhones.
Apple said it will also bring the new camera to the new MacBook Pros.
Apple announced that the new Macs will feature a new Touch ID sensor, making it easier for the company to unlock the devices.
The Touch ID chip is built into the hardware, and the fingerprint scanner is inside the camera.
So, for example, if you look at your iPhone while you’re wearing a jacket and a shirt, the camera will detect the collar, and you’ll be able to unlock that jacket with your fingerprint.
The next major iOS update, which could come in a few weeks, will be iOS 11.
It will include several new features, including a new Siri feature.
And some of the new features will be available for a limited time.
There will be limited amounts of time for these features to show up in the iOS 11 beta.
But we’re not going to have that limited time, as we’ll be on the beta for at least a year.
The first beta for iOS 11 will be in early September.
But you can expect a wide variety of features to appear in iOS 12.
Apple isn’t stopping there.
In June, Apple launched the iOS 12 Developer Preview, which allows developers to test their apps for several months before rolling them out to users.
Developers can then submit apps for iOS 12 to Apple for approval.
Apple will also be releasing a