Apple has announced that it will begin shipping its next-generation iPhone in late January.

It’s the most powerful iPhone to date, and it has an array of features that are not available on any other model.

The new model features a 3.5mm headphone jack and a 3D Touch Home button, two cameras, and a more powerful processor.

But that’s not all.

It also includes a new home screen, new home screens, a new Siri voice assistant, a redesigned camera app, and some new features for the headphone jack, a better camera app for iOS, and improved battery life.

It’s also a lot thinner than the previous iPhone 7.

Apple says the new iPhone 7 is available in five colors, but I’ve yet to see any evidence that this is actually true.

In fact, I’ve seen a few iPhone 7s in my local Apple store, but not one that actually uses the new color scheme.

It does, however, have the usual white and black options, and the new wallpaper.

You’ll also find a new AirPods audio and video streaming app, new Apple Watch apps, and an updated App Store.

There’s also support for a redesigned Home screen, a revamped camera app that includes a more robust app for shooting video, a Siri voice recognition assistant, and new app features for a more personalized Siri voice.

The iPhone 7’s display is also a bit thicker, with a bigger 1,280 x 768 resolution, though that’s still smaller than the iPhone 6 Plus’s 1,600 x 1,440 resolution.

The screen is also now a bit more vibrant, though not nearly as bright as the iPhone 5s.

While the new model does have a few other new features, including a faster processor, improved battery performance, and Apple Pay, there’s nothing new about the new iPhones.

It has the same hardware, and we know what we’re looking at.

The only change here is that the new models have a different home screen wallpaper.

And unlike with the previous generation, there isn’t a redesigned app store.

We still haven’t heard anything from Apple about the iPad Pro.

It remains a high-end tablet that can run multiple programs at once, but it’s not quite as powerful as its predecessor.

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