On this day in 2014, the iPhone and the iPad are among the most popular smartphones on the planet.
Both devices have become ubiquitous over the last few years.
But in 2017, one of the most beloved products of Apple’s early years, the smartphone, will soon be disappearing.
On Monday, the company is expected to announce its next-generation iPad that will not be based on the iPad Air but will run the iPhone OS instead.
It will also be called the iPhone X. But how will the iPhone be replaced?
The iPhone X, to be unveiled at the end of the year, will be a larger version of the iPhone 7, with an iPhone 7 Plus that Apple has promised will be significantly thinner.
The new iPhones will have the same screen size, a 12.3-inch screen with a resolution of 1080p and an OLED panel, and they will also have a much larger battery, said Apple executive Steve Wozniak.
The iPhone X will also feature a new camera module, the first of its kind.
This new camera will be the most powerful in Apple’s lineup, with new capabilities such as depth-sensing 3D depth cameras, high-definition cameras, optical image stabilization, high speed autofocus, and more, according to Woz.
Apple says the iPhone 8 will be available in April and will feature an OLED display and an upgraded version of its FaceTime calling and video calling software.
But this new iPhone will have a bigger battery than the iPhone 9 and will not support FaceTime video calls.
The iPhone 8 is expected at launch to be the first smartphone to feature a 6-inch display, but its predecessor, the 7, is still used in Apple devices.
The new iPhone X comes with a 5.5-inch, 16:9-pixel, Retina display that supports 4K video and is powered by a Snapdragon 835 SoC, a 64-bit chip, which is a faster processor than its predecessors.
It has a 64GB storage and supports 256GB of onboard storage.
It also has an expandable microSD card slot, a faster camera with 16 megapixels, and an improved camera app called “FaceTime Live.”
It is powered with dual rear cameras with dual LED flash and a dual-tone LED front camera with dual color LEDs.
The iPhone 8 also includes a new Home button, a new Power button, and a new Camera button.
Apple also plans to add a new microphone to the iPhone in 2018.
The device will include a dedicated, 3.5mm headphone jack, a USB Type-C port, and Bluetooth 4.0.
The company said that the new iPhone features an improved Touch ID fingerprint scanner, with more sensitive fingerprints.
It can also detect fingerprints when a user places the phone on its back, the way that Apple’s iPhone 5S and iPhone 6S devices do.
Apple is also planning to expand the iPhone’s built-in fingerprint sensor, which can detect up to six fingers, to up to seven, according the company.
The phone’s new camera sensor has a new “FaceCore” camera that can detect a user’s eyes, and the new “LensLink” camera has two microphones that can be used for video chat, according Apple.
This will allow users to take video chats on FaceTime calls, FaceTime FaceTime HD, FaceText FaceText HD, and FaceTime audio calls.