We’ve been talking a lot about the iPhone 6 and 6S over the past few months, but one of the big stories of the last few months was the introduction of the iPhone 7.
We’ve seen plenty of spec leaks, rumors, and reviews that have been more than fair, but it’s still a little hard to say which models we’re really going to see.
While Apple has said it’s looking to have three new iPhones in the pipeline, one of those phones is likely to be a new iPhone 6 or iPhone 6S.
The other two might be a completely different phone.
If you’re still unsure about which model to buy, it might be worth checking out this article, which has a lot of tips and tricks for determining which phone is best for you.
For now, here’s our guide to the best iPhone 6 models.1.
iPhone 6 Plus iPhone 6 is Apple’s most expensive phone to date, with a $649 price tag.
The iPhone 6Plus is one of two iPhone models available today, with the other being the iPhone 5S.
Both phones have the same design and specs as the iPhone6, but the iPhone Plus Plus has a much more spacious design and larger display, with better optics and a bigger battery.
The Plus comes with a dual camera setup, a dual-SIM option, and comes in two colors, blue and white.
The new iPhone Plus comes in both the 8 and 9.9-inch sizes, and both models come with 64GB storage.
Both iPhone models also come with fingerprint sensors, but Apple hasn’t announced a name yet for the fingerprint sensor on the Plus.
The 5S Plus comes only with 128GB of storage, but that’s still more than double the capacity of the 5S, which is a bit of a disappointment, as it’s a big improvement.
The Apple logo and iPhone logo are on both sides of the phone, and you can also see the Apple logo on the sides of both phones.
The screen on the iPhone has a resolution of 2,560 x 1,440, and it has a 1.5mm thickness.
The battery on the phone is also 3,200mAh.
It has a dual SIM option, but we’re not sure if that’s the same as the dual-band wireless option, as the Plus also comes with 2G only.
Both models come in silver and black, but there are only three colors available right now: gold, silver, and black.
You can get both phones in 128GB or 256GB storage, and the 5s Plus comes out to be around $399.
We’re still not sure how Apple will handle the 256GB option, though, and we’re going to have to wait and see if Apple does decide to offer the option.
The phone comes with Apple’s HomeKit and Apple Pay, which allows you to easily control your home security system and other features, such as controlling your home from the lock screen or the lock icon on the home screen.
If Apple decides to expand this feature to other devices in the future, the company might just offer it for free.
Apple also has a new “Apps and Services” section, which lets you choose which apps and services you want to use on your iPhone.
We’ll have to check this out once we get a chance to try it out.
The price on the $649 iPhone 6 remains the same, though: $649 for the 128GB model, $849 for the 256G model, and $899 for the Plus model.
If it seems like we’re missing out on a lot on the 5-inch iPhone, it’s because we’re still going to get the larger iPhone Plus.
We haven’t seen the iPhone Pro and the iPhone X in full color yet, but those devices have also been announced, so we’ll be able to talk more about that when we get our hands on them.
The specs are a bit different between the iPhone models, though.
The most important thing you should know about the 5 and 6 are the iPhone’s processor and display, which are identical.
The display on the 6S is actually a 1,280 x 800 IPS display, whereas the display on iPhone is a 1:1 aspect ratio of the same resolution, which makes it slightly taller.
The difference in resolution is more than noticeable on the larger screen, but on the smaller screen, it doesn’t really matter.
Both iPhones have 8GB of RAM, but you get 128GB and 256GB, respectively.
Both the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus come with 16GB of memory, but both of those models are only available in 128 and 256 GB configurations.
Both have an 8MP camera and a 13MP camera, respectively, and they’re both housed in a 5.8-inch display.
The phones also have LTE and WiFi support, but in the US, it only supports GSM and HSPA.
The 8 and 8 Plus also come in gold and black versions, and while the gold