When the ‘iPhone 6’ and ‘iPhone 7’ go ‘free’: What you need to know about the new iPhones (and more)

The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6 Plus are both launching with a $50 upgrade offer, with the first one going on sale on Friday.

The iPhone 7 is coming later this year, but the most interesting news about the iPhone 6 is that Apple is now offering up a $200 iPhone 7 Plus, which can go on sale for $1,499.

The $100 iPhone 6 comes with a new 3D Touch feature, called 3D Voice, that can bring up menus, audio and other features on the fly, without having to hit a single button.

The new feature is available on both iPhones.

The $200 upgrade offer comes with the ability to customize the iPhone with custom themes, while the $200 Plus upgrade includes a more elaborate design that lets you use a 3D touch feature on the home screen.

The iPhone 6, iPhone 6S and iPhone SE all have built-in cameras.

The camera on the iPhone 7s has been upgraded to a 16-megapixel sensor, which is the same as the one found on the HTC One M9, the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the LG V30.

The one-megabyte iPhone 6 camera on this iPhone is larger than the ones on the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 5, which means the iPhone SE camera is twice as good.

The new iPhone is slightly larger than its predecessors.

It is now 3.5 inches (7.2 centimeters) long and weighs 5.7 ounces (132 grams), compared to the previous iPhone’s 3.2 inches (6.3 centimeters) and 5.2 ounces (133 grams).

The iPhone SE also includes a slightly larger display, now 4.7 inches (10.7 centimeters) across, and a taller 7.2-inch (20.5-centimeter) display.

The phone has a bigger battery than the iPhone 5s, but Apple says the battery is about 1.7 times as powerful, meaning the phone is significantly better at running apps.

It’s worth noting that Apple did not include a larger battery in its pre-order offer for the iPhone X, which costs $1.19 billion.

We’ll have to wait and see if the iPhone 9s is just as good at powering its bigger screen and bigger battery.

The camera on both phones is also upgraded to an 8-megapixels sensor.

That’s the same sensor found on Apple’s new iPhone 8, and it’s similar to the sensor found in the iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X. Apple is also including an 8.7-megixel sensor in the 9s, while it also includes an 8 megapixel sensor in its $200 iPhones.

This is an upgrade that lets Apple keep its flagship camera for its flagship phones.

The rear camera on these phones is larger, too, though the rear camera of the iPhone has been bumped up to 16 megapixels, down from the previous 16 megapixel.

Apple has also bumped the iPhone camera up to 8 megapits, down to 8 from 8.5 megapitches.

The front camera on all iPhones is the 5 megapixel iPhone camera, which has been replaced by a larger, 5 megapix-type sensor.