By: Mark BowersThe new iPhone 7 is a big change to the Apple lineup.
The first iPhone 5S was a bit of a disappointment and the new model is expected to be much more popular than the original.
While the Apple 7 is more premium, it is a little more compact.
It is also slightly thinner than the previous generation iPhone 6, and is a bit faster.
But this is not a massive upgrade in terms of hardware, which is why many of the new models are still getting their fair share of reviews.
We already know that the Apple 6 Plus is thinner than its predecessor and the Apple Pencil is also a bit lighter.
The new iPhone also has a slightly larger battery than the iPhone 6S, and has a bigger screen.
So how does the new iPhone stack up against its predecessors?
Apple 7 Apple Penciller Apple iPhone 6 Plus iPhone 6Apple Pencills are the most popular parts of a device, and while the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s were great phones, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are really quite good.
The difference is the display and processor.
The Apple Pen and Pencil have become some of the best in the world, with their incredible display and fantastic processor.
Both are made of sapphire glass and have a glass frame that is coated in a super-thin layer of titanium.
The iPhone 7s is the most expensive of the iPhones.
It comes with a 4.7-inch display with a resolution of 1,366×768, which Apple claims is “the highest resolution of any screen on any mobile device ever”.
This is a 5-inch screen, which works out to be a resolution that Apple claims can be achieved with a display of this size.
And the iPhone XS is a larger screen with a 1,800 x 1,440 resolution, which gives a resolution at which the iPhone can be reached at a normal angle.
The processor of the iPhone is still a top-notch 8-core SoC, with 1.9GHz ARM Cortex-A72.
This is a high-end chip, which means it can be upgraded to 2.4GHz for more power.
The RAM of the 7s comes in at 4GB, which may not sound like much, but it is still more than enough for most games and multitasking.
The memory is upgraded to 6GB in the iPhone 8, but 4GB is more than plenty for the iPhone’s apps.
And, of course, the display is still the best display in the new generation.
The OLED screen of the latest iPhone 7 comes with an ultra-high definition resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels.
The resolution is so high that it will be able to display some text at higher resolutions, like the one found on the Apple Watch, but not as much as a smartphone display like that of Samsung or LG.
The screen is also one of the fastest OLED screens out there, with a refresh rate of up to 120Hz.
But you need to be careful when you use it with any type of app that uses high-resolution graphics.
If you use any type that uses graphics, like videos or games, the screen will be limited.
If you have a large app, the game might be a little blurry.
Apple has made some changes to the way it makes money from its new phones.
The price of the battery of the phone has been slashed by 20% from the iPhone 9 Plus, while the price of its camera has been cut by 20%.
The iPhone 8 is now the cheapest smartphone in the lineup, with the new 8 Plus coming in at $999.
The new Apple Pen has been removed from the new iPhones, and it is now only available on the new iPad.
The company has also made changes to how the Apple App Store works.
While it still offers apps, they are now only free, and will not count toward the users’ daily usage limit.
Apple also announced some of its next-generation features at the Worldwide Developers Conference, like its new Apple Watch series, as well as an overhauled Mac software platform.