The iPhone 6 has always been a good phone, and its biggest flaw is that the device’s battery is far too big.
A lot of people, including Apple, feel that the phone’s battery has become too big, and that it’s time for the company to rethink the design of the phone.
The iPhone has always had an OLED screen that lets you use the phone with a curved OLED display.
But this year, Apple has moved away from the curved OLED screen, and is moving toward a 5.7-inch display that will be a little smaller, and more OLED-like.
Apple says the new 5.0-inch iPhone will deliver more pixels per inch, which means the display will get brighter.
The new display also has a higher contrast ratio, meaning that colors are more vibrant and less saturated.
The company says the display is designed to be “vibrant and vivid” so that you’ll be able to read text better.
However, some reviewers have complained that the display has a “lack of vibrancy” that makes the screen seem washed out.
That is due to the way that the screen is built.
Apple doesn’t offer a color calibration tool in the settings menu.
The display is also quite expensive.
For comparison, a 6S Plus comes with a 1,000 mAh battery and a 1.2-inch OLED display, which is about $600 more expensive.