Apple’s next iPhone could make it even more useful for the average user.
The new iPhones could even give us the best-looking display in years.
The new iPhones’ new displays are the same size as previous iPhones, but are actually made to be much smaller.
The display was originally a 1.2-inch-by-0.8-inch pixel-perfect rectangle, but has been shrunk to a tiny 0.7-inch panel.
The screen is still the same 1080p resolution, but the pixel density is reduced from 720p to 480p.
This means the pixel count of the new iPhones is the same as before, but now it is slightly smaller.
The bigger screen size means that the display has a larger pixels-per-inch (ppi) resolution, which means it will be more visible on the display.
That’s not a huge change, as most people still prefer the pixel-per for the pixel.
However, the iPhone X’s screen is actually taller and thinner than the iPhone 8, which is a big improvement over the iPhone 7s, which was taller and thicker.
We have already seen the iPhone 6s display with its 1920×1080 resolution.
The iPhone X is going to be the first iPhone to be equipped with the new 1440×900 resolution.
The display is also much bigger than the iPad Pro, which will be released in 2018.
It’s larger than the Retina Display on the iPhone SE, which Apple has already announced, and larger than both the iPad Air and iPhone 8.
This will also be the case for the iPhone 9.