Ars Technic’s sister site, Macworld, has a couple of articles on the new iPhone 6s, including a cover story that looks at the new design philosophy and a feature that lets you adjust the backlight and camera settings on your iPhone.
The feature was introduced in the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
In addition to the cover article, MacWorld also has an iPhone 6 case that covers the iPhone and its design.
There are also new covers for the iPhone 5s and 5c, the iPhone 4s, and the iPhone 3GS.
AppleInsider’s Michael Bier is the one to get the details on the iPhone’s new design and its new camera.
He tells Ars Technics that the iPhone 7 is a “big step forward” in terms of iPhone design, but also a “small step forward.”
The iPhone 7 includes a glass panel on the back, and while AppleInsider doesn’t have any details on how much of that is glass, we do know that the glass panel will be a “slimmer” iPhone design.
The iPhone 7 Plus will have a more flexible panel, though, and will be “more of a premium phone,” according to Bier.
Bier notes that while Apple hasn’t officially announced the iPhone 8, the company has already announced a new version of its iPhone line that includes an OLED display and a bigger screen.
We’re not yet seeing this new iPhone in action, but it looks like it will be the iPhone with the glass back, as well as the iPhone that looks like a small computer.
Bers writes that while the iPhone SE may be the most exciting iPhone in the lineup, the 6s is a more refined product.
The company says the iPhone will look like a “typical, well-made smartphone” but it will also feature a thinner, lighter, more stylish body.
Biers says Apple is “looking to differentiate its new phone line from its existing iPhone lineup,” but he adds that the company’s designers aren’t yet ready to say exactly what this will look and feel like.
The big question is what Apple will look for when it launches the new iPhones in 2018.
Bes writes that it’s still too early to know what Apple is going to do with its new iPhone line, but he notes that Apple is using the same design principles as the old iPhone.
That means the new phones will likely feature a new camera sensor, OLED screen, and a larger screen, among other features.
We’ve reached out to Apple for comment.