Posted September 10, 2020 09:06:06 The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are getting bigger and better.
Apple has made the iPhone 8 even bigger with the addition of a 5.5-inch OLED display, an improved Kirin 960 processor and a slightly thicker display.
The iPhone 9 Plus is also getting bigger, and the new model also features a 5-inch display and the same Kirin 960 chip.
However, the iPhone 9 Pro is getting bigger too.
The company unveiled the new iPhone 9 with a bigger, brighter screen.
The new iPhone Pro features a 3.5mm headphone jack, a faster processor and better battery life.
But the iPhone 10 Pro is still getting bigger.
The screen on the new iPhones has a resolution of 5.8 inches, and Apple has added a new color option: a new light blue.
The 10 Pro comes in two color options: gold and platinum.
The OLED screen on both models is covered in a new, brighter shade of glass.
The display also includes an LED flash.
The colors of the new models are white and a deep blue.
Apple said the display on the iPhone Pro is brighter than the iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, and it is better than the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S7 models.
Apple also revealed the new color options for the iPhone and iPhone Pro.
Gold is the brightest, with a luminous intensity of 6,200 cd/m2, while platinum is the darkest, with an intensity of 4,800 cd/mm2.
The brightness of the iPhone 7 Plus is a shade of silver, while the iPhone Xs and Xs Max are available in platinum and silver.
There’s also a new shade of blue available.
The Apple Pencil and iPhone 6S Plus also get a new screen-size option.
Apple announced the iPhone Pencil earlier this year, but it wasn’t until today that Apple announced it’s got a 5mm-thick stylus.
The stylus has a slightly different tip size than the stylus on the iPad Pro, which has a 5 mm tip size.