The new iPhones will be powered by a slightly different chip.
That chip is Apple’s A10 Fusion, which is used in the iPhone 6s and iPhone 7s, and it has a slightly curved display.
That’s not necessarily a bad thing, as you can see in the image above.
The iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 also feature the same A10 chip, but unlike the iPhone 5s and 6s, the iPhone 8 and iPhone X use the same iPhone 7 chip.
So what’s the deal?
The chip is slightly different, and while Apple claims that it is able to “upgrade the performance of the iPhone X to offer up to 20% faster performance in some scenarios”, it might be able to actually do more.
That means that you’ll be able access the full potential of the A10 chipset in the new iPhone.
There’s no word on when that will happen, but it’s possible that Apple will release a faster A10 variant in the near future.
If you want to know how much faster your iPhone 7 or iPhone 8 is, you can check out our iPhone 7 vs iPhone 8 comparison.
Apple’s next iPhone, the upcoming iPhone X, will have a different display, and Apple is expected to make some changes to the iPhone design in the coming months.
We’ve already heard about some changes in the shape of the glass in the X, and according to an unnamed source, it looks a lot more curved than the iPhone’s currently.
But it looks like the company is not ready to reveal any details on the curved iPhone 7 screen, and the company has not yet said whether it will introduce the new curved iPhone 8 in the same way as the new iPhones.
There are a couple of reasons why you should be careful about how you look at the iPhone 10.
Firstly, the screen is not curved, which means that the curved display may not be as comfortable as a regular curved screen.
Secondly, the curved screen may not look as good in low-light conditions, like when you’re reading the news on your phone.
It’s also worth noting that while there are rumours that Apple might offer a new iPhone with a curved display, there is currently no evidence to suggest that Apple has any plans to actually implement this feature.