My iPhone 6s has been my phone for the past four years, but I’ve never been particularly interested in it.
The company has been busy making the phone bigger and better, so why would I want to change things up?
My primary reason for not buying one is because I’m a little uncomfortable with the size of my phone, especially when it comes to the back.
I’ve been using a larger, longer-lasting phone with the same dimensions, but the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are different in other ways.
They’re taller, heavier, and more expensive, which means I can’t afford a phone with a larger display.
So instead of going with an iPhone 6, I’m opting for an iPhone 7 Plus.
The difference between the two phones is minimal.
Apple’s newest phone, which hits stores this week, has a 5.7-inch OLED display, the same size as the iPhone 7.
The phone is also significantly more expensive than its predecessor.
The iPhone 7 will cost you $999, or $649 if you buy it with a 2.99-inch display.
The bigger display also makes the iPhone SE a little more expensive at $549, or about $400 less than the iPhone X. The biggest change in this model, however, is the removal of the headphone jack.
You’ll still have the traditional headphone jack, which lets you connect to headphones, but now you can also plug your headphones directly into the phone’s headphone jack instead.
I love the inclusion of the phone headphone jack because I can use my headphones in apps without having to use my phone as a stand for them.
I’m also a fan of the inclusion in the new iPhone because I use a lot of apps that use the new headphone jack to control playback, volume, and mute.
But the change is worth it because the iPhone 9 and 9 Plus, as well as other new phones, are still significantly cheaper.
The 9 Plus is still $399, while the iPhone 8 Plus is $499.
That’s because of the iPhone’s higher-end pricing and other features.
And for $599, the iPhone 10S is $699, and the iPhone 11S is just $649.
For the iPhone, $599 isn’t a bad deal.
You get a more powerful phone with more storage and a larger screen for a similar price.
But for those looking for a more affordable iPhone with a bigger screen and smaller battery, the difference between Apple’s new phones is minor.