The smartphone boom is here, and the iPhone is on the cusp of making its way into many homes and businesses.
But when it comes to buying an iPhone, buying now isn’t always a good idea.
The new iPhone is getting a much larger market share than it has in years.
That is a great thing for Apple, but it is also a big deal for the mobile industry.
Apple’s share of the smartphone market is up a staggering 37 percent in the last year.
In 2017, Apple sold more than 40 million iPhones.
The iPhone is now the most popular smartphone in the world.
In 2018, Apple is projected to sell nearly 40 million iPhone models worldwide.
That means Apple is now in a position where it is likely to sell more iPhones in the next 12 months than it sold in all of 2016.
The new iPhones are going to be more expensive.
Apple is going to need to do a lot of rethinking when it starts selling its next wave of iPhones.
It is going have to be very, very careful with how it sells its next-generation iPhones.
The big difference between an iPhone and an iPad is the amount of storage and processing power in each device.
The iPad has an iPad-sized processor, but Apple has also upgraded that processor to an iPhone-sized chip.
If you have a large amount of data to work with, an iPhone is a lot more powerful.
That also means that the processor can process a lot less data.
If your phone is an iPhone but the data you want is on a small tablet or the internet, the iPad is not going to do much for you.
The biggest difference between a phone and an iPhone will be the camera.
Both are capable of shooting stills and video, but there are big differences between them.
The biggest difference is the camera lens.
The most powerful iPhone camera lens is a 10-megapixel, 2.5-inch, f/2.8.
The same lens can shoot 1080p video, or 4K video, at up to 1,280 x 720 pixels.
That makes the iPhone the most powerful camera in the iPhone lineup.
But if you have an iPhone that has an 8-megapixels sensor, like the iPhone 7 or the iPhone 8, the iPhone camera can shoot at 30 frames per second at full resolution.
That’s a lot faster than the 2.2-megaphone iPhone 7.
Apple has said that the iPhone 9 will have a smaller sensor, but the camera lenses on the iPhone models currently available are still very powerful.
The big difference is that the iPhones have larger pixels, and that means the image quality is worse in some cases.
The bigger pixels on the new iPhones means that there are more pixels in the image.
That translates into a sharper image, but that also means the camera is much more prone to flare and fringing.
The fringing is a sign that the image is overexposed.
The problem with that is that fringing can cause some images to appear blurry.
This can be a problem for someone who uses a wide-angle lens like the Canon 6D.
A f/1.8 lens, which is supposed to be less of a blurrier lens, is also more prone than the f/4 lens on the Apple iPhones to flare, and can result in a blurry image.
If the flare or fringing on a shot is too severe, the image will be too blurry.
Apple says that the flare-prone iPhone lens is also harder to use in low light conditions, and has said the camera can handle brighter light in low-light conditions.
But the new iPhone lenses are also more difficult to use when you are using a camera with a lens that has been redesigned for more processing power, like Apple’s newest camera sensor.
Apple also said that its new iPhone camera lenses will have better contrast and less distortion than the ones on the iPad and iPhone 7 models, and will also have more sharpness.
This means that, for example, the new iPad models have more contrast than the iPad models.
The new iPhones will have some differences in how the camera performs in low and high light conditions.
For example, if you are shooting in low lighting, the camera might not have as good a performance as the iPhone.
Apple will also introduce new low-pass filters that will help the camera perform better when you use a wide lens.
But these new low pass filters won’t help the iPhone’s performance when you shoot in high light.
Apple has said it is planning to release new low and mid-range models of the new phones by the end of the year, but so far it has not released any details about the specs.
The low-end iPhone models are expected to be slightly thinner and lighter than the mid- and high-end models, according to a report from The Verge.
Apple plans to offer new high-performance iPhones that will be slightly smaller, lighter, and more affordable.