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It’s time to get your hands on a selfie stick, thanks to an iPhone 6S Plus.
While the 6S’s rear camera is a little bigger than its predecessor, it’s a bit narrower than the 5S, and the selfie stick itself is a tad thicker and heavier.
The 6SPlus also has a much bigger screen, but the bigger screen doesn’t mean that you can take a selfie at full size with the phone.
The 4.7-inch screen has a resolution of 1080p and supports a variety of HDR and HDR+ modes, and it also has some nifty new features like a wide-angle lens and the ability to shoot videos at 720p, 1080p, and up to 1080p in all modes.
We found that the 4.0-inch size is the right size for most people who need to shoot a few pictures in a row.
You can also choose between a full-size photo and a landscape mode that lets you shoot from a higher angle.
We were impressed with the 8-megapixel rear camera.
We didn’t notice any color noise and didn’t see any noise from the flash.
You also get a new, improved autofocus system that has a better response time.
The 5S had a similar camera, but it also had a smaller screen and a lower resolution of 1920×1080 pixels.
In other words, the 5s was a little better at shooting selfies in general than the 6s.
We also liked the larger screen, though we felt that the display was a bit small.
The phone has a fingerprint scanner and a fingerprint sensor with a chip that lets it recognize your fingerprints.
The chip is a lot more sensitive than that of an iPhone’s Touch ID fingerprint reader, so it’s likely that the chip is easier to detect.
Overall, we like the design of the 6Plus, but we prefer the 4S’s design.
It feels more premium, and we like that the 6 Plus is available in multiple colors.
It also looks better, and our test results show that it’s more accurate.
We liked the fact that the camera is brighter and more detailed than the 4s, and also that it has a bigger screen.
The display is a bit smaller, but at least the phone feels a little more solid in the hand.
The camera on the 6 and the 6+ is both pretty good, and both cameras have the ability of taking full resolution photos.
Both of the cameras are also able to take HDR and a variety the HDR+ photo modes.
In some ways, it looks like the 6 has the edge in terms of what’s available.
The rear camera on both of the phones is also much better than the rear camera of the 5.
You get a f/1.8 lens, a wider lens with a much wider aperture, a new LED flash, and you can also use the front-facing camera for low-light photography.
You have to make sure that the phone is connected to your computer, though, because the 6 does not support USB Type-C, meaning that you need to use a cable.
If you’re looking for a more powerful phone with a bigger display, then the 6 is definitely a better option.
It is cheaper, though.
The 8-bit iPhone 6 Plus offers a $699 price tag, and that’s the price of a new phone, which is the best price for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6+ at the moment.
The 7 Plus is the same price as the 6 plus, and if you want a larger display, the 7 Plus will cost you $699.