What you need to know about the new iPhone 5s (iPhone 5c) and iPhone 5c Pro (iPhone 6): Axios

With the iPhone 5 and 5c, Apple has once again been able to deliver a high-end smartphone with the cheapest, most powerful hardware available.

The latest iPhones have a quad-core, 16-nm A10X processor, 64GB of RAM, and a 6,300mAh battery.

Both devices will be available for purchase on September 16.

The iPhone 5 has a bigger battery than the iPhone 6, but the iPhone 7 Plus, the iPhone 8, and the iPhone XS Max are all getting larger batteries than the 5.

Apple is promising a 5.5-inch display, but it’s unclear how much larger the iPhone is than the iPhones 5s and 5cs.

While the 5s has a new design, the 5c remains the same size as before.

There’s also no change in the way the new phones will fit inside the existing iPhone case, which is still slightly taller than the 6s Plus and 6s.

The 5s also has the same screen size as the 5cs, which means that if you don’t have a display that supports the 5x screen size, you’ll be able to get the same resolution on the iPhone.

It also means that there are some additional differences between the 5 and 6.

The new iPhones have the same dimensions as the iPhone, which will make them easy to take on the go.

They have a 3.8-inch screen, while the 5 has 3.5 inches.

The 5s can also be used in portrait mode, whereas the 5 c has a 3-inch-wide screen.

The best way to tell which iPhone is the new 5s is to look at the screen size and be sure to measure the phone’s entire length from top to bottom, because the iPhone has a slight bend in the top edge of the screen that means the screen is actually taller.

If you’re wondering what the differences are between the new iPhones and the old iPhones, Apple offers a guide here.

Both the 5i and 5s will have a 5-inch, 720p display with Retina Display support, a new fingerprint sensor, a faster processor, and 64GB storage.

The new iPhones also have the “Apple Pay” feature, which lets you use Apple Pay in the iPhone’s camera, speaker, and other areas.

The iPhone 5 is a “premium” model that costs $649, and it comes with a 2,000mAh battery and 128GB of storage.

It’s also the cheapest iPhone yet.

The “Midrange” model costs $849, and comes with 128GB storage and a faster iPhone 5 processor.

The 3D Touch sensor on the new models is also faster than the 3D touch on the 5, 5c and 6, and you can now adjust the brightness on the screen with just a flick of the wrist.

The larger iPhone has two cameras, the largest of which is a 12MP sensor with a f/1.7 aperture and OIS.

The smaller one has a 16MP sensor and f/2.0 aperture, with OIS and an optical image stabilization system.

The 6 has a 13MP sensor, with a 3D image stabilization sensor.

The cameras are still both the same as before, with f/0.95 and f/.95 aperture.

Both of the iPhones have an infrared camera with Phase Detection AF, but unlike the 5C, the camera is not “breathing” infrared light.

The infrared sensor is a dual-mode IR sensor, which works like a camera sensor in that it picks up infrared light and focuses it in a particular way.

Both of the sensors can be configured for infrared photography.

The 6s is slightly bigger than the new 4s and is also getting a larger battery.

It comes with an upgraded Snapdragon 835 processor and 16GB of memory.

The bigger battery also allows the 6 to run longer, and Apple has improved the battery life for the new phone.

The biggest difference between the iPhone and 5 is the resolution.

The 8 and 6 get a 5,800×2,800 pixel resolution, while Apple is doubling that to a 10,000×2.7-inch resolution on iPhone 6s and 6S Plus.

The phone is also taller than before.