By Steve Henn | 05/20/2017 5:10pm PDT | Updated 05/21/2017 7:10am PDT Apple’s new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are both great phones, but there are some notable differences between them.
While the iPhone 6 has a 5.7-inch screen with an A11 Bionic processor, the iPhone 7 Plus has a 6.3-inch display with an Apple A11X chip.
That means the iPhone models can’t be paired up to create a smartphone that’s smaller and lighter than the iPhone 8 Plus, which is expected to come out in September.
The iPhone 7, on the other hand, can fit in a small, super-light case.
Here’s what we know so far about the new iPhones and their screen sizes.iPhone 6: 5.5 inches | 5.8 inches | 6.1 inchesiPhone 7 Plus: 6.2 inches | 7 inchesiPhone 8 Plus: 7.2-inchesiPhone X: 8.2 inch | 9.5-inchesThe new iPhones have both been rumored to have 5.9-inch displays, but the new iPhone 7 has been rumored for a 5-inch iPhone.
Apple has already said it will release the iPhone in September for $999, which means the 6 and 7 Plus will be priced around $1,500 less than the $1.49 per month premium they were quoted as last year.
The 6 and iPhone 7 models are still slated to launch at $1 and $1.,999, respectively, but those prices are going to be a bit less.iPhone 7: 6 inches | 8.3 inches | 10.3mm iPhone 8: 6-inches | 7.4 inchesiPhone X (S): 7.8-inchesWith all these specs and new design elements, there are a lot of differences between the new phones.
But the iPhone is still a huge phone, so let’s look at some of them and see what they mean for your iPhone.iPhone 5: 5 inches | 4.7 inchesiPhone 6 (S and S Plus): 6.0-inchesWe’re not going to get into details about which iPhone model will come out this year, but what we can do is say which iPhone models will have an extra-large display, and how that extra-wide display will affect your iPhone’s size.
The new iPhones will have a 6-inch (or 5.1-inch) display.
Apple is still working out the details on which iPhone display will be available in September, but a recent report suggested that the 6- and 7-inch iPhones will both be available at launch, along with the 6.5 and 7.3 iPhone models.
Both iPhone models should be thinner than the 6, 6.7, and 7 models, but we think the iPhone X (s) will be a bigger phone, since it’ll have a taller display.
The iPhone 6 (and 6 Plus) will also have a bigger display than the 7 and 8 models, so the phone won’t be able to fit into a smaller case.
In other words, the phone will still be able fit into the standard-sized case, and if you need a case for the iPhone, you’ll still need to shell out extra money.iPhone 4S: 4.9 inches | 3.9.5In the iPhone 4S era, the 4.5 inch iPhone display was a huge deal.
While many other phones came out with 4.2 or 4.3 displays, the four-inch and 5.2 screens on the iPhone were so large that they were often called “super high-end” displays, so they had to be special.
The 4.4-inch, 5.3, and 6.9 iPhone displays are a great size for many things, but you’ll need to look for cases with extra-thin edges to be able get them.
The 6.6-inch model has the same display as the iPhone 5, and will also be available with a thinner display than its predecessor.
The extra-long 6.8 inch iPhone will have the same screen size as the 4S, but it’s thinner and lighter.
The 7.5.5 iPhone is the same size as 6, but will have only the extra-tall 6.4 inch display.iPhone XS: 5-inches and 7 inchesThe iPhone XS and XS Max are the same iPhone, with the XS max having a bigger screen than the Xs.
But unlike the iPhone 3 and 4, the X’s screen is also wider and thinner than it’s predecessor.iPhone SE: 5, 6, and 9-inches (and a few others)The iPhone SE will be the same as the current iPhone, but its display will have been increased from 5.0 inches to 6.12 inches.
Its new 8-inch design is also