Apple iPhone 6s review

A few weeks ago I was reading about a new iPhone 6S that had been unveiled at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.

It was the first iPhone 6 that Apple had launched, and it was a major coup for the company.

But Apple has now announced a new version of the iPhone, the iPhone 6 Plus, that has a much more interesting design than the previous iPhone.

Apple has updated the iPhone to a more premium aluminium design that has been dubbed the “Ti” (Electronic Cleaner) configuration, which is more than an upgrade from the previous models.

The iPhone 6+ is also now available in the United States, though it will be available in Australia for now.

The Ti electronic cleaner is a more compact design with a larger screen, an improved camera sensor, a bigger battery and an improved processor.

In a statement to AppleInsider, Apple’s VP of product marketing Phil Schiller said that “the Ti design is the result of many months of research and design work, and the Ti is Apple’s most advanced cleaning product ever”.

The new Ti features a more rounded edge, which improves its grip when cleaning up fingerprints.

This new design is also thinner than the prior models.

The design of the new iPhone was announced earlier this year, and Apple has already confirmed that the Ti version will be offered with a “5.7-inch OLED display, 12MP camera, and a 4,000mAh battery”.

It will also be offered in a gold version.

The new iPhone is currently available in three colors, white, silver and gold.

However, it is also available in silver, black and beige.

The new iPhone will be released in Australia in March.

We have also seen some of the specs and features that the new Ti iPhone will have: a bigger screen with a resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels; the addition of an LED flash; a new A7 chip; a 5.7MP camera; and an upgrade to the “Apple” (electronic cleaner) design.

The original iPhone 6 is still available in many countries, though most people have switched to the new Apple iPhone.

In Australia, however, the new iPhones are available only in Apple stores and will be made available to pre-order in March for $1,499.