The new iPhones, all new in a year and a half, are the most affordable phones in the industry, yet there’s no denying they have been criticized for their lack of features.
While we’re not in the business of selling phones, this is the first time Apple has released a smartphone that isn’t a phone.
The company’s first phones have had a battery, and the new iPhones will likely feature a smaller screen and smaller batteries.
However, the new phones are also cheaper, so that’s a win-win.
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It launched the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus last month, and we’ve been seeing a surge in demand.
However we’re also seeing some issues with the phone.
iPhone 7s and 7s Plus users are reporting their phones are experiencing dropped calls, or worse, that they’ve experienced some sort of connection issue with their wireless network.
This is a new and troubling issue for some iPhone users, who have been reporting the issue with the phones’ wireless network and the inability to call people.
The issue appears to be related to the phone’s LTE connection, which is a much better network than the 2G network Apple had for the previous generation of iPhones.
Apple has now updated its firmware, and it seems to have fixed this issue.
However, this isn’t the first reported issue.
We’ve been hearing complaints about some iPhone 7 devices, including the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6s Plus.
Those phones had a similar issue with drops in service.
iPhone 6 and 6s users have been complaining that they’re experiencing problems with their service, as well.
Apple has since issued a statement on the issue, stating that “there is a temporary issue with our LTE network that is causing some users to experience dropped calls.
We are aware of the issue and are working to resolve it.”
This is the second time that Apple has been able to fix the issue.
The first time was in July, when the iPhone 5S and 5S Plus both had this issue with service.