The iPhone 6S is the new flagship iPhone, a new version of the iPhone, and it’s now officially the best iPhone ever made.
I’m not going to lie: I was kind of blown away by the fact that I was able to use it in a few hours.
After spending a couple hours with it, I’m glad I got the chance to see how well it works and to see the potential for future iterations.
Here’s what I think about the iPhone’s new specs: The iPhone’s biggest selling point is its size, but it’s also one of the most beautiful phones I’ve ever used.
It’s got a super-wide 4.7-inch screen, which is incredibly thin at 5.8mm.
It feels good in the hand.
The biggest drawback I’ve noticed is the lack of a Lightning connector, which makes it difficult to plug into my Mac.
The iPhone has a 3.5mm headphone jack, and I’ve never found it necessary to use one in my setup.
The main thing I really liked about the phone was the display.
The OLED screen is gorgeous, but there’s a lot of contrast on it, which I think could have been better.
It has a nice, bright screen, with a pleasingly wide viewing angle.
But the brightness and contrast were pretty weak, especially in bright sunlight.
The camera and image quality is also disappointing.
While it’s great for video calls, the only way to take good pictures is with a decent lens, which means it’s really important to have a high-quality lens.
The 4K camera and optical image stabilization have been really well-received, and the iPhone has one of those features that I really love.
However, I don’t think that’s a big deal, because I already have a 4K phone, and my main smartphone camera is a GoPro Hero4 Black.
That’s still pretty good for a phone, but the iPhone is better for video.
In theory, the iPhone could potentially have some sort of optical image stabilizer built in, but that would be more than a gimmick.
It doesn’t look good.
There’s no headphone jack.
You can’t take the phone out of the box, and there’s no charging cable.
The only reason you need to have it is if you want to take pictures with it.
The screen is incredibly small.
I haven’t used the phone for too long, so I can’t say how much it’s changed in the last year, but I can tell you that the display is much more pleasing to my eyes and that the overall size is much better.
In other words, it’s not the same.
There are a lot more compromises to make, but in general, the phone looks better than it used to.
It just feels so much more premium.
I still can’t get over how the phone feels in the pocket.
I really want to see more color options, and when I do, it’ll probably be with a black and gold color scheme.
The new design also has some compromises in other areas.
For example, you can’t put an optical image sensor in it.
You need a camera module, which doesn’t seem like it’s going to be very useful for a camera.
But it’s an interesting way to go, and a big step forward for Apple.