Why we are buying a new iPhone 7: We want a smaller screen, faster processor, and new cameras

I’ve got a feeling Apple might have made a mistake in this deal.

The company has announced that it will not be making any more of the iPhone 7’s 13-inch iPhone 7 Plus model, and it also has dropped the 13-megapixel, f/1.8 camera it had in place.

I’m not sure what’s changed since the announcement in March, but I do have to agree that the new iPhone does seem a little bigger than the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus.

It’s certainly a smaller phone overall, but it’s not quite as big as some of the previous phones that Apple introduced with smaller screens and smaller processors.

I’ve had a lot of time to look at these phones, and I have to say that they are much better looking than the ones I saw at CES this year.

It would have been nice to see a new model with a larger screen, but Apple is apparently still trying to figure out what it is.

It will likely remain a premium smartphone for Apple, but there are many people out there who are disappointed with the new iPhones.

I do hope that Apple makes an exception for the new 7 Plus because it looks so much more attractive.

The new iPhone has a 4:3 aspect ratio, a new camera setup, and a new processor that’s actually faster than the one in the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c.

The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus both sport the new Retina display, which is a 5.5-inch OLED panel with a resolution of 4,560 x 2,160 pixels, which means that it’s one of the fastest panels you can buy today.

The screen size is actually smaller than the Retina MacBook Pro, which we reviewed last month.

The screens are bright and crisp and the colors look very vibrant.

It feels great in the hand, too.

I also think that the camera has been improved on the iPhone 8 Plus, which came out last year.

The camera is faster, too, with a new 12-megapixels sensor.

Apple has also added a bunch of new software features and features that make it even easier to customize the software experience.

I haven’t had the chance to try out these new features yet, but the software is still fairly rudimentary, so you’ll probably need to do a lot to get it to work for you.

I was pleasantly surprised by how much I like the new camera.

You can now take more pictures in portrait mode than you can with the previous iPhone, which works well when you want to take photos of the people you’re meeting with.

I love that you can shoot stills and videos on the 7 Plus, and you can record and share stills from video and still photos.

I have no idea how to edit the video on the camera, but my guess is that it has some sort of “smart editing” feature that allows you to make a bunch more edits.

I found it really helpful to be able to add new filters and effects to the still photos and video you take.

For instance, you can add a blue tint to the white background and then change the color to something different.

It looks really cool, and there’s a ton of cool filters and tricks to get this effect.

The biggest improvement for me was that I can now make HDR video.

When you shoot in HDR mode, you get a higher resolution photo in real time than you would with the older camera, which can make the video look even better.

The HDR mode is particularly nice because you can capture the HDR image in real-time and add effects that you might not see otherwise.

I did find that sometimes the images didn’t look quite right when you edited them.

It looked like you had to crop them to get them to look right.

But that’s not really a problem because you are able to manually adjust the camera settings.

You’ll find all of these settings under Settings > General > Camera.

I like how you can edit the photos before you upload them to Instagram, but that’s probably not for everyone.

It also seems like Apple has made some minor changes to the way that you upload photos.

It seems that if you upload a photo from the iPhone camera app to Instagram and then share it to your social networks, it’s automatically uploaded to Instagram.

This means that the iPhone has to upload the entire image to the server before you can see it.

I know that Apple does make some changes to how images are uploaded, but in this case, I’m surprised that it seems like it would have made an issue.

There’s a “thumbs up” button on the top right of the Instagram app, but if you tap it, it takes you to the settings page for uploading photos.

You also get a thumbs down button if you want the upload to be paused.

There are other options to let you pause the upload, like whether or not the image is saved as a JPEG or RAW file.

The settings menu for uploading images