Posted September 16, 2018 07:03:52With Apple’s recent announcement that it would be launching its newest smartphone, the iPhone 7, at the end of September, many are asking why it’s taken so long for the phone to come out.
A number of reasons, and it’s not just because Apple’s manufacturing process isn’t as advanced as most other manufacturers, but also because Apple hasn’t been as upfront with its customers about the iPhone’s specs and features.
According to a number of Apple customers, it’s a very important part of why the iPhone has remained so popular over the past several years.
“It’s a great device, and I love the software and the experience it offers,” said Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple and the father of Apple.
“But I think it needs to be out there to be a great product.
It needs to have a really good display.
It’s very difficult to make something like that, but the way I see it, the thing that really matters is the experience that the customer gets.”
The iPhone has become a favorite of many Apple users because it’s the first smartphone with a built-in fingerprint sensor.
It’s also the first phone with a “digital crown” that helps with unlocking the phone.
But there are some who argue that Apple has overstated the iPhone7’s specs by not including the feature in the box.
One user on Reddit said Apple’s phones are supposed to come with a screen that’s “as good as a phone with one million pixels.”
Apple has been pushing back on the idea that the iPhone is just a more powerful iPhone7, and instead, says that the new phone will offer better battery life and the ability to take photos, too.
The new iPhone is expected to feature the same design as the iPhone6 and iPhone6 Plus, and a 5.5-inch display, though that’s likely to be the difference between the two phones.
The new phones will feature a new camera, but they will still use the same iPhone 6-era camera.
Apple has said that the phone will have a new battery life of 10 hours on a single charge, and the iPhone will also come with 3G wireless connectivity.
The iPhone7 will be available for purchase in September for $699, which is $100 cheaper than the iPhone 6 and $300 cheaper than its predecessor.