This year’s iPhone XS and iPhone XR are two of the biggest changes in Apple’s smartphone portfolio, but what do you need to know about these new devices to make the most of their capabilities?

The new iPhone X is the first to come with Apple’s AI-powered Neural Engine, and this feature has made it easier for developers to make apps that use AI and artificial intelligence.

In addition, the iPhone X uses Neural Engine technology to make it easier to manage apps across iOS devices.

The new iPhones feature an all-new “iPhone” logo on the back.

The iPhone X has a 4.7-inch 1080p Super Retina display, a new iPhone logo on its front, and a new notch at the top of the display.

The new iPhone has a 5.5-inch, 2160×1080 OLED display.

The iPhone X starts at $1,199.99 and will be available on September 15.

The other major change to Apple’s mobile app ecosystem is that the company is rolling out a brand new app store on the iPhone.

The app store will be a separate entity from the iTunes App Store and will support iOS 11, the most recent version of iOS.iOS 11 allows users to install and use third-party apps on the new iPhone, and the new app stores will offer support for iOS 11 features like Apple Pay and iCloud Drive.iOS 10 users can download apps from the App Store on the newer iPhones, and iOS 11 users can install apps from a variety of third-parties, including Google Play.

Apple has been steadily releasing updates to iOS since it launched the iPhone in 2009.

It is also a long-time leader in making iOS more powerful and easier to use, especially when it comes to iOS 11.

iOS 11 will have many new features and improvements that will make iOS more versatile and useful.

Apple recently announced that it is expanding its app distribution to other countries.

The company said it will release new iOS updates for Argentina, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, and US.

Apple’s iOS 11 update is expected to roll out to new countries in the US, Australia, Brazil and Germany in the coming weeks.