Phone manufacturers are trying to sell phones that have a “superior” and “worse” feature to their rivals.
The latest is that the iPhone 6S is supposed to be an iPhone 6, but a new report claims that it actually has a “Superior” feature.
The report comes from CNet.
The article says that the “Supervised Mode” is used in the iPhone 5s to improve its ability to handle a user’s fingerprint.
The company is also using “Supervenience” to reduce power consumption, according to the report.
The Supervised Mode, which is also referred to as the Touch ID fingerprint sensor, is also the only part of the iPhone that can use fingerprint scanners to make sure that a user is using a locked phone.
The feature was originally called “fingerprint scanning” and it was introduced in iOS 6.
But the “Touch ID” fingerprint sensor can also use a touch screen to unlock the phone.
CNet’s report claims to have obtained a firmware upgrade that fixes that.
Apple CEO Tim Cook, in a conference call with analysts last week, said that Apple will make a decision on which version of iOS to release before the end of the year.
“I think that’s probably going to be around the end [of January],” Cook said.
“You’ve got a bunch of things happening, you’ve got things going on in the ecosystem, and we’ve got all the components to make that decision and hopefully get to the release date.”
“Superveniance” and other parts of the phone are the only parts that are affected by the software upgrade, and that means that “Supercharge” is only for the iPhone 7 and later models.
Apple is not planning to release a new version of the operating system before the holidays, and has said that the company will be offering a software update to iOS users starting this month.
Apple has released a number of different versions of iOS for iOS users.
The iPhone 5 and 5s, the first models of the phones, shipped with iOS 6, while the iPhone 3GS shipped with version 7.0.2 of iOS.
The first versions of iPhone, the iPhone 4 and 4S, shipped in 2010.
The new report comes just one week after Apple announced that it will be announcing its quarterly earnings on January 31.
The announcement will include earnings figures for the quarter ended on September 30.