TwoFourTwo: The new phone?
The new phone is about to hit the market.
The new iPhone is expected to be announced on Thursday at the Fashion Show, which will be held at The Royal Albert Hall in London.
The launch will coincide with the launch of a new version of the phone, dubbed the iPhone 6s.
It will be the first phone to feature a large 4.7-inch OLED display.
The phone is set to arrive in November with a $499 price tag.
Its main feature is the inclusion of a 3G radio, the latest version of which will feature a 3.5GHz frequency band.
It will also come with a fingerprint scanner and an optical image stabilization system.
It will also feature an improved camera with a 24-megapixel sensor and a new ‘high-end’ processor.
As usual, it will come with Apple Pay, but unlike its predecessors, it is likely to include a fingerprint sensor instead of a magnetic one.
There is also a larger, 4GB memory card slot.
For those interested, the new iPhone has a fingerprint reader and a fingerprint-based unlock mechanism.
It also has a bigger battery.
According to the iPhone 6s specification sheet, it has a 6.5-inch display with a pixel density of 326ppi.
Apple says that it has incorporated new technology that optimises the display of the iPhone for an improved battery life.
This means the iPhone will have a lower power consumption compared to previous iPhones.
The phone will also include a new “Super Retina Display”, which is an improved display with significantly more pixels.
At a press event, Apple CEO Tim Cook said the phone will feature “a new look and feel” and that it will have an “edge-to-edge screen” and “new-generation technology”.
The company says that its display is “the first in a series of innovations to deliver a larger-screened iPhone”.
It also says that the phone has a “smoother and more responsive” touchscreen and that the screen will be “faster and sharper”.
Apple said that it had also improved the display’s contrast ratio.
Despite this, Apple says it will continue to develop its own software for the new phone.
In addition, Apple will be releasing its own App Store, a separate digital store for iOS apps, which includes Apple’s own apps.
Other notable changes include a “smaller, thinner, brighter and more stylish” display, an improved design for the iPhone’s physical buttons, and an improved rear camera.
However, while the new handset will come in many colours, its main design features will be white, black and gold.
You can buy the new iPhone 6s on Friday at The Royal Albert in London for £399 (€499) for a 64GB model, or £429 (€539) for the 128GB model.
Via The Telegraph