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With Apple unveiling the new iPhone 6, the Cupertino-based company has been trying to keep the price down.
The iPhone 6 has a new screen size of 6.3 inches and a 4:3 aspect ratio, but it also includes the usual 6GB of RAM, a bigger display and a slightly thicker casing.
The phone is available in both the 5.5-inch and 6.7-inch models, and it will be available for the first time in the UK in October.
To find out what makes the iPhone 6’s new model better than the one you’re used to, TechRadars decided to compare it with the iPhone 5S and 5C, which are the two models that Apple has offered for the last six years.
We’ve put together a detailed guide to help you decide which model is best for you.
Which iPhone 6 model is right?
The new iPhones are smaller than the ones you’ve seen in recent years, and that means they’ve got bigger screens.
The 5S has a 6.8-inch display and the 5C has a 5.7 inches one.
The screen sizes are slightly different, though.
The 6 has the same resolution as the 5S, so the pixels are smaller and you’ll notice they’re slightly sharper.
However, Apple has added a new feature to the iPhone that makes the screen thinner: the display can be covered in an adhesive to make it easier to grip.
In theory, you should be able to grip it with one hand.
However in practice it’s much more difficult, especially when you’re standing up.
There’s also a new design element that makes it easier for the screen to bend.
It’s a curved metal plate, with a thin layer of transparent plastic at the bottom.
If you’re worried about it looking tacky, it’s not.
We’re not talking about your fingernails, either.
If Apple’s not using a new camera module for its camera, then you’re not getting a camera module.
You’re getting a lens that doesn’t rotate in an arc, which means you’re getting the same sensor as on the iPhone 4S, the 5, 5C and 6, and a camera sensor with slightly more pixels than on the 6S.
It also means the sensor is much bigger, with an aperture of f/1.7, which is slightly larger than the f/2.4 on the 5s and 5c, and f/4 on some models of the 6.
The difference is noticeable in terms of resolution, with the 5c and 5s having the highest resolution in the lineup.
Apple also switched up the camera module, with it having a wider sensor and more pixels, compared to the 5 and 5S.
The new iPhone is a step up from the iPhone 3GS, which had the same specs, but the same camera module as on iPhone 3.
All the iPhones have 4GB of internal memory, but they’re now starting to feature 64GB of storage.
This means you can expand your iPhone to 64GB with the new 5S or 5C.
If your iPhone 6 isn’t up to snuff, you can buy an SD card for the iPhone, which will replace the hard drive and microSD card slot on the device.
Apple has also added an extra slot to the bottom of the phone, allowing you to add a microSD expansion card to your iPhone.
The biggest change in the new iPhones is that they’re more expensive.
The 4GB iPhone 6 costs $649.99, and the 4GB model will cost $649 for a 32GB model and $949 for a 64GB model.
The cheaper, 16GB model costs $899, and will be $999 for a 256GB model, and $1249 for a 512GB model in the US.
However if you buy both the 4 and 16GB models, you’ll save $25 on the price of the 128GB iPhone.
Apple’s pricing model has also changed: the 4G iPhone 6 starts at $549, and includes a new Face ID fingerprint sensor.
This new sensor is slightly faster and more accurate than the existing fingerprint sensor, and is much more capable, too.
Apple says that its new fingerprint sensor has a sensitivity of 0.3ng, which gives you better accuracy than what you get on the old sensor.
That’s good news if you have a lot of fingerprints, but not great if you’re going to take selfies with your iPhone at the gym or at home.
The Touch ID sensor is similar, but Apple has improved the accuracy of it too, so if you use the iPhone more than a couple of times a day you should get good results.
There are also some minor changes in the way Apple handles the screen size.
The size of the screen has been increased to 6.5 inches, from 6.2.
In addition, the iPhone now has an improved resolution of 1