Posted June 10, 2018 09:03:16With the introduction of the iPhone Xs and Xs Max, Apple has given us the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone 9, iPhone Pro, iPhone SE, iPhone 7, iPhone 6s and iPhone 6 Plus, as well as the rumored Apple Watch Series 3.
The iPhone X and X Plus, however, are not the only models to get an upgrade to iOS 10, as Apple also updated its existing lineup with the iPhone 10 and iPhone 11 models.
Apple introduced the iPhone 11 last week and, in its first major update, introduced a new camera feature called TrueDepth, which enables you to take more pictures with your iPhone with a higher degree of depth.
The company also added a new color option to the iPhone, called the Magenta color, which can be customized to suit your mood.
The iPhone 11 has a bigger screen, but the camera has also received a big update, with a new sensor, more advanced optical image stabilization, and new LED flash options, all of which are supposed to give users a better image quality.
The first of these new camera features is TrueDepth.
This new feature uses a camera sensor on the back of the phone to focus in on an object and take a 3D photo, which is then displayed in the camera app.
If the object is in front of the user’s face, the camera can focus into that area, instead of the camera looking inwards.
The other new feature introduced with the update is Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), which allows you to get sharper, more detailed images, even if the object you’re looking at is far away.
This is useful if you want to get a shot of a flower in the middle of a forest or an ocean and want to capture a beautiful sunset in your photo.
Apple also made some new enhancements to its Photo Booth app, which lets you view your current photo albums, and create and edit your own.
You can also use the Photo Booth to add custom images to a photo you took, such as a sunset or a sunrise.
Other new features include the ability to share your photos with a friend on Instagram, and you can share them to Instagram with an image, video, or song.
Apple has also updated Photos for Apple Photos to include a new filter that lets you select different filters for different photos.
There’s also a new Face ID feature that will allow you to unlock your iPhone from your wrist and unlock your phone by simply touching it.
The feature is a bit tricky, but Apple says you can get it working quickly by taking a picture of your fingerprint on your iPhone and then unlocking it by simply taking a photo of your finger on your phone.
You will also need to hold your iPhone in your hand while you take the picture, and then tap the Home button on the front of your iPhone.
Apple has also introduced a more personalized Home screen, which you can now see with a slider and two new filters.
The new filters include a sunset, a sunset sunset, sunset sunrise, and sunrise sunrise sunrise.
The new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 plus models will be available for purchase in the US starting in April.
Apple plans to release the new iPhones with 64-bit processors, though it’s unclear how much of the processor will be dedicated to the new TrueDepth feature.
Apple’s iOS 9 will be the last major update to iOS for iPhones, so Apple has had to make some changes to the software to make the new software work.