iPhone Timeline

In September, Apple announced the premium iPhone X to celebrate its tenth anniversary, alongside the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. Find out why the new releases could be a game-changer!

 

iPhone (2G)

June 29, 2007

Apple proudly claimed upon the release of its first ever mobile that it had reinvented the phone – and it was right. Combining three major assets – telephony, an iPod, and internet communications via Wi-Fi and EDGE – the product was the most exciting thing to happen to the market in years, and set the bar high for competitors who had never gone up against it before.

From the then-advanced sensors that allowed the phone to rotate images and webpages to landscape – now a mobile phone staple – to the integration of Google Maps and a class-leading camera, the iPhone was unsurprisingly named Time Magazine's Invention of the Year.

"It is but the ghost of iPhones yet to come," said Time's Lev Grossman, forecasting that the first generation of iPhone would look "primitive" in a few years – and he was right.

Basics

Cost no contract £269 8GB
Weight 135g
Screen size 3.5"
Screen resolution 320x480 163ppi
Battery life 8 hours

Dates

Announced January 9, 2007
Release date June 29, 2007
Discontinued June 9, 2008

Hardware

Memory 4GB, 8GB, 16GB
RAM 128MB
Processor S5L8900
Processor power 412MHz (downclocked)
Main camera 2.0MP
Wired connection Apple 30-pin
Installed iOS iOS 1.0

iPhone 3G

July 11, 2008

The iPhone 3G heralded the new era of downloadable programs through the release of the App Store, which would go on to give people access to Instagram, Shazam and other mobile-defining applications. Back then, though, there were only around 500 things in the store – including then-popular novelties that allowed you to drink virtual beer or toss paper into a bin.

The hardware was upgraded, too; the second-generation iPhone offered 3G and assisted GPS, making it much more suited to the explosion of internet use on the move. However, users would have to wait for the iPhone 3GS to enjoy a faster, more powerful chipset.

Basics

Cost no contract £299 8GB
£359 16GB
Weight 133g
Screen size 3.5"
Screen resolution 320x480 163ppi
Battery life 5-10 hours

Dates

Announced June 9, 2008
Release date July 11, 2008
Discontinued June 7, 2010

Hardware

Memory 8GB, 16GB
RAM 128MB
Processor S5L8900
Processor power 412MHz
Main camera 2.0MP
Wired connection Apple 30-pin
Installed iOS iOS 2.0

iPhone 3GS

June 19, 2009

The last outing of the iPhone's rounded style certainly didn't lack substance. Promoted as being up to twice as fast as its predecessor, the 3GS offered longer battery life, a higher-quality 3MP auto-focus camera, and video recording capabilities.

The all-new digital compass not only gave users the chance to truly take advantage of mapping programs, but went on to lay the foundations for Apple's new fitness partnership with Nike – a workout tracker system now used by millions of runners worldwide.

The App Store also boasted over 50,000 apps that were ready to download. One of these was Angry Birds, released just a few months after the 3GS hit the shelves, which would change the face of casual mobile gaming forever.

Basics

Cost no contract £440 16GB
£538 32GB
Weight 135g
Screen size 3.5"
Screen resolution 320x480 163ppi
Battery life 5-12 hours

Dates

Announced June 8, 2009
Release date June 19, 2009
Discontinued September 12, 2012

Hardware

Memory 8GB, 16GB, 32GB
RAM 256MB
Processor S5L8920
Processor power 600MHz
Main camera 3.0MP
Wired connection Apple 30-pin
Installed iOS iOS 3.0

iPhone 4

June 24, 2010

After being leaked months ahead of its sale in June 2010, the iPhone 4's hype was matched by the huge changes it delivered; hardware and software alike enjoyed major renovations and innovations.

Labelled the thinnest smartphone in the world on launch, the iPhone 4 was flat, with aluminosilicate glass forming the front and back while a stainless steel frame doubled up as its antenna. It was a bold move in order to make the phone more attractive and simple, though left-handers around the world found themselves with signal problems linked to their dexterity.

The iPhone 4's obvious immediate change was its new high-resolution Retina display, making things look prettier than ever. This was powered by the Apple A4 chip and iOS4, which allowed users to multitask for the first time. Users were also given HD video recording with an all-new 5MP camera, as well as a second camera on the front to complement the new FaceTime app – which soon helped put the word "selfie" in the dictionary.

Basics

Cost no contract £499 16GB
£599 32GB
Weight 137g
Screen size 3.5"
Screen resolution 960x640 326ppi
Battery life 7-14 hours

Dates

Announced June 7, 2010
Release date June 24, 2010
Discontinued September 10, 2013

Hardware

Memory 8GB, 16GB, 32GB
RAM 512MB
Processor Apple A4
Processor power 1GHz (typical 750-800MHz)
Main camera 5.0MP
Wired connection Apple 30-pin
Installed iOS iOS 4.0

iPhone 4S

October 14, 2011

Comfortable with its design, Apple's 4s didn't look any different, but the internal tweaking certainly packed a punch. It featured the brand new dual-core A5 chip to boost its processing speeds, as well as an 8.0MP camera with advanced optics that offered full 1080p HD video recording, which would go on to feature in all models to date.

However, it was the software updates that stole the show, notably Siri, an "intelligent assistant" that could answer spoken questions with unrivalled efficiency – even though many users saw it as more of a party trick than a dedicated PA. Additionally, Notification Center finally delivered an information overview for multitasking users, and iMessage promised fans of BBM and WhatsApp a free way to stay in touch with fellow iPhone users.

Basics

Cost no contract £499 16GB
£599 32GB
£699 64GB
Weight 140g
Screen size 3.5"
Screen resolution 960x650 326ppi
Battery life 8-14 hours

Dates

Announced October 4, 2011
Release date October 14, 2011
Discontinued September 9, 2014

Hardware

Memory 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB
RAM 512GB
Processor Apple A5
Processor power 800MHz (downclocked)
Main camera 8.0MP
Wired connection Apple 30-pin
Installed iOS iOS 5.0

iPhone 5

September 21, 2012

Thinner, lighter and longer – and the biggest shake-up of the iPhone to date – the iPhone 5 was the first to abandon its 3.5" screen in favour of a 4" display, which allowed for an extra row of icons and better support for widescreen video. As rivals HTC and Samsung went for even larger displays, Apple was quick to highlight the ergonomics and comfort in the hand of your average Joe – why make it bigger if your thumb can't reach parts of the touchscreen?

Selfies were finally brought up to 720p HD with the now-centred front camera, the A6 chip clocked in at a steady 1GHz, RAM was doubled to 1GB, and everything was charged faster by the all-new Apple Lightning cable. It was all held together by an anodised aluminium body, reducing weight by 20 per cent – notably by using metal for most of the back cover, making it less liable to accidental damage. It also ushered in the new era of data: 4G.

Basics

Cost no contract £529 16GB
£599 32GB
£699 64GB
Weight 112g
Screen size 4"
Screen resolution 1136x640 326ppi
Battery life 8 hours

Dates

Announced September 12, 2012
Release date September 21, 2012
Discontinued September 10, 2013

Hardware

Memory 16GB, 32GB, 64GB
RAM 1GB
Processor Apple A6 SoC
Processor power 1.3GHz (typically 1GHz)
Main camera 8.0MP
Wired connection Apple Lightning
Installed iOS iOS 6.0

iPhone 5C

September 20, 2013

The 5c marked the first time that Apple would present phone users with two options – one targeting affordability, another pursuing performance. The 5c was the former: a colourful, heavier variant of iPhone 5 with a polycarbonate shell in five bright shades, all ready to be customised further with an additional six microfibre-lined cases.

It was nothing groundbreaking when compared to its predecessor – after all, it had the same chipset, camera, RAM and processing power – but its lower price point made it the cheapest handset in four years, particularly on long-term contracts. What's more, iOS 7 brought with it countless operational improvements, including iTunes Radio and audio-only FaceTime.

Basics

Cost no contract £429 8GB
£469 16GB
£549 32GB
Weight 132g
Screen size 4"
Screen resolution 1136x640 326ppi
Battery life 10 hours

Dates

Announced September 10, 2013
Release date September 20, 2013
Discontinued September 9, 2015

Hardware

Memory 8GB, 16GB, 32GB
RAM 1GB
Processor Apple A6 SoC
Processor power 1.3GHz
Main camera 8.0MP
Wired connection Apple Lightning
Installed iOS iOS 7.0

iPhone 5S

September 20, 2013

The iPhone 5S – responding to competition from Nokia, Samsung, HTC, Sony and LG – stuck to its guns with design build, yet continued to cram in as much technology as possible. The all-new A7 chip ensured the 5s was the world's first smartphone with 64-bit "desktop-class architecture"; it was supported by a M7 motion coprocessor that gathers data from the accelerometer, gyroscope and compass to improve battery life and efficiency.

Meanwhile, the new 8MP iSight camera was touted as the best way to get low-light shots on the move, boosted by a faster Camera app that offered slow-motion video for the first time. Finally, while hardly promoted by Apple itself, the most obvious visible change was the Touch ID fingerprint sensor, which gave users another means of securing their phone aside from the long-standing passcode system.

Basics

Cost no contract £549 16GB
£629 32GB
£709 64GB
Weight 112g
Screen size 4"
Screen resolution 1136x640 326ppi
Battery life 10 hours

Dates

Announced September 10, 2013
Release date September 20, 2013
Discontinued March 21, 2016

Hardware

Memory 16GB, 32GB, 64GB
RAM 1GB
Processor Apple A7
Processor power 1.3GHz
Main camera 8.0MP
Wired connection Apple Lightning
Installed iOS iOS 7.0

iPhone 6

September 19, 2014

The big announcement on September 9th finally gave us all our first look at the super-slim iPhone 6 - and what a handsome beast it is. Mirroring the most recent iPad designs, the iPhone 6 has curved edges, although the star of the show is surely the screen – nearly an inch bigger than its predecessor.

The resolution is less than the 416 ppi that had been widely predicted, sticking with the same 326 ppi rating enjoyed by the iPhone 5S – so while it's a bigger screen, it won't be any sharper. The camera is still 8.0 MP too, although autofocus, noise reduction and image stabilisation have all undergone dramatic improvements. Meanwhile, the battery's had a bit of a boost, though it still lags behind comparable Android phones.

One of the more interesting additions is a number of new sensors to monitor users' health, fitness and sleep patterns, no doubt designed to partner up with iOS 8's new Health app. The iPhone 6 goes on sale on September 19th – will you be upgrading?

Basics

Cost no contract £539 16GB
£619 64GB
£699 128GB
Weight 129g
Screen size 4.7"
Screen resolution 1334x750 326ppi
Battery life 10 hours

Dates

Announced September 9, 2014
Release date September 19, 2014
Discontinued September 7, 2016

Hardware

Memory 16GB, 64GB, 128GB
RAM 1GB
Processor Apple A8
Processor power 1.4GHz
Main camera 8.0MP
Wired connection Apple Lightning
Installed iOS iOS 8.0

iPhone 6 Plus

September 19, 2014

A bigger brother to the iPhone 6 has long been rumoured, and that's just what we got in the latest announcement from Cupertino. With a 5.5-inch screen and 1920x1080 resolution at 401 ppi, the iPhone 6 Plus is certainly in phablet territory, and that's just what Apple's offering needs right now.

A few smart changes have clearly been designed to help users get the most out of the embiggened iPhone, such as a home screen that rotates to landscape (an iPhone first) and an expanded keyboard to match. The new “Reachability" home button feature helps move the screen down even if your little thumbs can't quite stretch.

Much of the hardware is the same as the iPhone 6, but the Plus packs a considerably beefier battery promising more than two weeks on standby, 12 hours of browsing or a whopping 80 hours of audio playback. Due in the shops on September 19th, the iPhone 6 Plus looks set to be a game-changer for Apple.

Basics

Cost no contract £619 16GB
£699 64GB
£789 128GB
Weight 172g
Screen size 5.5"
Screen resolution 1920x1080 401ppi
Battery life 16 hours

Dates

Announced September 9, 2014
Release date September 19, 2014
Discontinued September 7, 2016

Hardware

Memory 16GB, 64GB, 128GB
RAM 1GB
Processor Apple A8
Processor power 1.4GHz
Main camera 8.0MP
Wired connection Apple Lightning
Installed iOS iOS 8.0

iPhone 6s

September 25, 2015

Although from the outside it looks like little has changed from 2014's iPhone 6, it's what's on the inside that counts. That's not to say there's no differences at all: the 6S is ever-so-slightly thicker than the older model, and more importantly the casing is made from improved 7000 series aluminium, resulting in a sturdier build.

However, the innards are where the magic really happens. First off, the upgraded A9 processor brings longer battery life and snappier navigation than ever, especially when gaming. With 2GB of RAM, it has twice as much memory available to apps as the 6 and 6 Plus – and the same amount as the iPad Air 2.

Naturally, one of the most exciting changes is the long-awaited camera upgrade. Apple has long lagged behind when it comes to megapixels, but the 12MP sensor means that – while not quite on a par with the Galaxy S6's 16MP option – there's finally an iPhone dedicated shutterbugs can be proud of.

But the most game-changing new feature is 3D Touch. The 6S's screen can now be controlled in a variety of ways thanks to a pressure-sensitive screen: a more advanced version of the Apple Watch's Force Touch. It remains to be seen how app and game developers will put this feature to use, but needless to say it's exciting stuff.

The 6S will be in UK stores on September 25th – are you ready for an upgrade?

Basics

Cost no contract £539
Weight 143g
Screen size 4.7"
Screen resolution 750x1334 326ppi
Battery life 14 hours

Dates

Announced September 9, 2015
Release date September 25, 2015
Discontinued N/A

Hardware

Memory 16GB, 64GB, 128GB
RAM 2GB
Processor Apple A9, embedded M9 motion coprocessor
Processor power 1.51 GHz
Main camera 12.0MP
Wired connection Apple Lightning
Installed iOS iOS 9.0

iPhone 6s Plus

September 25, 2015

The update to the iPhone 6 Plus is finally here. As before, the 6S Plus packs much the same hardware as its little brother's, but offers a phablet-sized screen for those who find the standard iPhone a little too little for their tastes.

Functionally, it offers the same list of upgrades as the 6S: the most exciting feature, 3D Touch, is present and accounted for; the main camera's had an upgrade to 12MP, and the new A9 chipset keeps everything running nice and smoothly. (And yes, the unfortunately-named "Reachability" feature for smaller hands is still there.)

One notable improvement is battery life. The original 6 Plus had a pretty decent battery, but the 6S Plus might actually be something to shout about. It'll take time and testing to determine how long it really needs to go between charges in daily use, but Apple claims a whopping 16 days of standby and 24 hours of talktime.

Together with the 6S, the 6S Plus hits stores on September 25th. Will you be among the first to get one?

Basics

Cost no contract £619
Weight 192g
Screen size 5.5"
Screen resolution 1920x1080 401ppi
Battery life 24 hours

Dates

Announced September 9, 2015
Release date September 25, 2015
Discontinued N/A

Hardware

Memory 16GB, 64GB, 128GB
RAM 2GB
Processor Apple A9, embedded M9 motion coprocessor
Processor power 1.51 GHz
Main camera 12.0MP
Wired connection Apple Lightning
Installed iOS iOS 9.0

iPhone SE

March 31, 2016

Year after year, Apple's handsets have grown in size, but 2016's iPhone SE has challenged the trend towards phablet-isation, showing that Apple is finally listening to the growing group of customers who crave a pocket-sized iPhone that has modern, show-stopping specs.

The SE's 4" screen is indeed the same as 2013's 5s, but with double the CPU performance, triple the GPU power and the all-new iOS 9.3, the SE is an altogether more potent beast, matching the capabilities of the September 2015's 6s.

This naturally means speedy usage, but thanks to the same rear camera, a similar battery, and the same front camera as the iPhone 6, the experience is flagship by nature, yet unashamedly low price.

Encased in a slick metal cover that comes in four colours, the SE is certainly aimed at the budget end of the market – important given that Apple's future growth lies in countries such as India and China. It's cheaper than the 5C was on launch, which clearly shows Apple is deliberately trying to undercut the small selection of high-end, small-screen Android devices on the market.

Set for release on March 31st, if you love your phones neat and tidy, the SE could be the handset for you.

Basics

Cost no contract £359 16GB
£439 64GB
Weight 113g
Screen size 4"
Screen resolution 1136x640 326ppi
Battery life 14 hours

Dates

Announced March 21, 2016
Release date March 31, 2016
Discontinued N/A

Hardware

Memory 16GB, 64GB
RAM 2GB
Processor Apple A9, embedded M9 motion coprocessor
Processor power 1.84GHz
Main camera 12.0MP
Wired connection Apple Lightning
Installed iOS iOS 9.3

iPhone 7

September 16, 2016

The iPhone 7 burst onto the scene in September 2016, and while it isn’t a total reinvention of the iPhone we know and love, it packs enough cool, new features to make the upgrade very tempting indeed.

The fully waterproof design is a first for the iPhone range, bringing the series into line with the likes of the Galaxy S7 and LG G6. Compared to the iPhone 6, the display is noticeably brighter, although it has the same screen size and pixels-per-inch ratio of 326.

Another noticeable upgrade is the dual speakers – great if you like to blast your music while you travel or watch shows without headphones. Speaking of headphones, though, one of the stranger decisions is the removal of the headphone jack. Apple thinks the future is in wireless earbuds, although you can still plug its own branded headphones in to the Lightning port.

The camera has also had a boost, with hugely improved low-light performance, while the battery lasts a good few hours longer than the iPhone 6’s too.

The iPhone 7’s more evolution than revolution, but if you’re looking for a great (non-Plus) iPhone on the market it could be the one to get. Will you be making the switch?

Basics

Cost no contract £599 32GB
£699 128GB
£799 256GB
Weight 138g
Screen size 4.7"
Screen resolution 1334x750 326ppi
Battery life 14 hours

Dates

Announced March 21, 2016
Release date March 31, 2016
Discontinued N/A

Hardware

Memory 32GB, 128GB, 256GB
RAM 2GB
Processor Apple A10 Fusion, embedded M10 motion coprocessor
Processor power 2.34GHz
Main camera 12.0MP
Wired connection Apple Lightning
Installed iOS iOS 10

iPhone 7 Plus

September 16, 2016

The bigger brother of the iPhone 7, the iPhone 7 Plus features a mighty, full-HD, 5.5-inch screen, a great battery life and a hugely revamped camera.

Like the 7, the 7 Plus is waterproof (yay) and has no headphone jack (boo). But while it looks pretty similar to the 6 Plus, there’s a few big jumps in quality, especially when it comes to the rear camera. With its dual-lens setup, the 7 Plus is capable of snapping wide-angle shots just as easily as telephoto, with no impact on image quality.

Battery life is also much improved, with Apple claiming up to 21 hours of talk time – and it’ll easily carry you through a day’s normal use before it needs a charge-up. Additionally, with 3GB of RAM, it’ll handle multi-tasking considerably better than the 2GB iPhone 7.

The new dual speakers are also a particularly great addition to a big-screen phone, making this a perfectly good mini-TV for streaming video.

While it comes with a premium price tag, if you’re looking to enjoy the very best of iPhone in a phablet format, the iPhone 7 Plus is certainly the one to beat.

Basics

Cost no contract £719 32GB
£819 128GB
£919 256GB
Weight 188g
Screen size 5.5"
Screen resolution 1920x1880 401ppi
Battery life 21 hours

Dates

Announced September 7, 2016
Release date September 16, 2016
Discontinued N/A

Hardware

Memory 32GB, 128GB, 256GB
RAM 3GB
Processor Apple A10 Fusion, embedded M10 motion coprocessor
Processor power 2.34GHz
Main camera 12.0MP wide-angle
Wired connection Apple Lightning
Installed iOS iOS 10

iPhone 8

The iPhone 8 introduces a brand new feature to the lineup: wireless charging. Announced along with the 8 Plus and iPhone X, the 8 also features a glass-backed design, a higher-powered processor and improvements to the display.

While the 8 is almost a replacement for the expected 7S – an incremental rather than revolutionary upgrade – there are still plenty of worthy new features to shout about, especially wireless charging.

Now, rather than plugging a cable into your phone every night, you’ll leave it on a charging pad instead and fill its battery via the magic of electromagnetic induction. It’s still fast-charge capable with a wired connection, too – Apple claims it’ll charge up to 50% in 30 minutes.

On top of this, there’s a full-glass rear within a water and dust-resistant aluminium frame, and while the screen size and resolution has stayed the same at 4.7 inches, it’ll benefit from more vivid colours thanks to an upgrade to the Retina HD display. Speakers are reportedly 25% louder too.

The 12MP camera has had a boost as well, boasting a larger sensor that can capture 83% more light compared to the 7’s, meaning better low-light shots. The frame rate for video recording has also been increased.

Finally, there’s a more powerful A11 Bionic six-core chipset in the driving seat. As well as promising a dramatic speed boost, the two dedicated efficiency cores are expected to improve battery life while the phone is idle.

Is the iPhone 8 enough of an upgrade, or will you be skipping directly to the iPhone X? Let us know!

Basics

Cost no contract £699, £849
Weight 148g
Screen size 4.7"
Screen resolution 1334x750 326ppi
Battery life 14 hours

Dates

Announced September 12, 2017
Release date September 22, 2017
Discontinued N/A

Hardware

Memory 64GB, 256GB
RAM 2GB
Processor A11 Bionic chip, embedded M11 motion coprocessor
Processor power Unknown so far
Main camera 12MP
Wired connection Apple Lightning (also features wireless charging)
Installed iOS iOS 11

iPhone 8 Plus

As usual, the iPhone 8 is being released alongside a larger, more expensive phablet version – the iPhone 8 Plus. Just like its little brother, the 8 Plus features wireless charging, a glass-plated back and the significantly more powerful A11 Bionic chipset.

The screen size is the same as the iPhone 7 Plus at 5.5 inches, and with a 401ppi display you’ll be able to enjoy full HD viewing of your videos and movies while enjoying the True Tone tech, which was first seen on the iPad Pro. New stereo speakers on the top and bottom also allow for deeper bass and higher volume, making this the firm choice if you enjoy using your phone as a mini-TV.

Storage has also taken a step up – where the 7 Plus only offered 32GB or 128 GB, you’ll be able to choose from 64GB or 256GB for the 8 Plus. Compared to the iPhone 8, your battery should last significantly longer between charges, and you’ll be able to make full use of wireless charging too.

Like the 7 Plus, the 8 Plus comes with a significant camera boost in the form of a wide-angle sensor and telephoto lens. A brand new feature called Portrait Lighting also promises better face shots by auto-correcting the lighting.

The iPhone 8 Plus definitely looks like a significant upgrade from its predecessor – will it be enough to tempt you?

Basics

Cost no contract £799, £949
Weight 202g
Screen size 5.5"
Screen resolution 1920x1880 401ppi
Battery life 21 hours

Dates

Announced September 12, 2017
Release date September 22, 2017
Discontinued N/A

Hardware

Memory 64GB, 256GB
RAM 3GB
Processor A11 Bionic chip, embedded M11 motion coprocessor
Processor power Unknown so far
Main camera 12MP wide-angle and telephoto cameras
Wired connection Apple Lightning (also features wireless charging)
Installed iOS iOS 11

iPhone X

The iPhone X (and yes, it’s pronounced “ten”) was the shock announcement for 2017. Not only are Apple doing a Windows by bypassing 9 entirely, they’re bringing out a deluxe iPhone with an all-new design. So, what’s the iPhone X all about?

The most immediately striking feature is the screen. For the first time, there’s no Home button – it’s an all-glass, (almost) bezel-less design that reaches all the way from top to bottom. At 2436 x 1125, it’s the highest-resolution display of any iPhone yet – sure to make browsing and video-watching alike a whole new experience.

Another huge new feature is Face ID – Apple’s brand new security measure that’s set to replace Touch ID. Rather than unlocking with your fingerprint, the iPhone X scans your entire face from different angles. Importantly, this means it can’t be fooled by a photograph, and Apple claims it’s the most secure form of identification on the market.

Camera-wise, it packs the same 12MP wide-angle and telephoto lens as the iPhone 8 Plus. The iPhone X is also being hyped up for its Augmented Reality capabilities – although for now, we’ll have to wait and see what the future holds on this front.

Naturally, the iPhone X uses the six-core A11 chipset, and it’ll also feature a custom version of iOS 11 designed to make the most of the expanded screen.

Of course, all this new technology comes at a price, and the £999-£1,149 range has already raised a few eyebrows as it’s by far the most expensive iPhone yet. What do you think – does the iPhone X impress enough to justify an upgrade?

Basics

Cost no contract £999, £1,149
Weight 174g
Screen size 5.8"
Screen resolution 2436x1125, 458ppi
Battery life 21 hours

Dates

Announced September 12, 2017
Release date November 3, 2017
Discontinued N/A

Hardware

Memory 64GB, 256GB
RAM 3GB
Processor A11 Bionic chip, embedded M11 motion coprocessor
Processor power Unknown so far
Main camera 12MP wide-angle and telephoto cameras
Wired connection Apple Lightning (also features wireless charging)
Installed iOS iOS 11
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