A new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus could cost $1,000 each (with the same accessories) in China

The iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Pro, and iPhone XS Max all have a new dual-camera system that can capture photos with dual lenses and also offer dual-lens wireless charging capabilities.

That means you can go from a 1:1 iPhone 8 or 8 Plus to a 1.6GHz iPhone X, which is the same as the 1.7GHz iPhone 8.

This is a new iPhone system and it has some major limitations: it only works with the iPhone X or iPhone X Plus, and it doesn’t work with any iPhone accessories.

In fact, it only supports the iPhone 8 with a USB Type-C charging cable, but it doesn’s use the iPhone charger.

But if you do have an iPhone accessory with you that supports the charger, you can use the new charger with the device.

This makes a big difference when you want to charge your iPhone 8 for a long time.

If you have an Apple Watch and a charging cable attached, you could also use that for charging the iPhone.

The iPhone is also getting a dual-LED flash and a new high-res front camera with a wide-angle lens.

It has a new front-facing camera that can record video.

If all of these things sound familiar, you’re not alone.

This new dual lens camera system is a major upgrade from the one found in the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, which all had dual-Lenses.

Dual-Lens cameras have been on the rise since 2015, when Apple introduced a dual camera sensor for the iPhone 5S and 5C.

This technology has been used in a number of cameras for iPhone cameras, including the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 7, and the iPhone 9 Plus.

The new iPhone 7 also uses the dual-Lens camera, but that’s because Apple was looking for more flexibility with the dual cameras.

The company said it wanted to “recreate the simplicity and precision of dual-focal camera design” with its new camera design.

The dual lens system is an improvement over the iPhone’s single-lense system.

For example, Apple said it used dual lenses to capture more than 90 percent of its photos in low light.

The camera on the iPhone also can capture more of the scene in low-light situations than the iPhone cameras could, because the camera is focusing closer to the subject, so it can capture much more detail.

In addition, dual lenses also provide the ability to take better stills in low lighting situations.

Apple also said the dual lens systems also offer “better autofocus performance.”

The dual-tensile lens system has two parts: the lens and the sensor.

When you snap photos with the camera, the lens is a “tensilate structure,” which is a plastic material that has holes drilled in it.

A layer of rubber is on top of the lens, which helps hold the camera in place when the shutter is open.

The sensor on the other hand, is “a thin flexible fiber.”

When you take a photo, the camera uses light to turn a laser onto the sensor and then the camera focuses the laser onto it.

The laser is a high-speed pulse of light that can focus at different speeds depending on how fast the light travels through the lens.

That’s the reason it takes a lot of light to focus on the sensor in lowlight.

The front-camera sensor on Apple’s new iPhone can capture images in high-quality at up to 1.35 megapixels, which means that it can do more than double the resolution of the iPhone camera, which has a maximum resolution of 8 megaputs.

There are also more colors, and more depth-of-field.

The cameras also can handle up to 10 frames per second.

Apple said the iPhone will have an “even greater range of capture formats and color quality, including higher-quality HDR, color-sensitive image stabilization, and a wider variety of camera modes.”

The new cameras are all coming to the iPhone in the coming weeks, so if you want the most up-to-date iPhone camera updates and upgrades, you have a few weeks to wait.

If the new iPhones aren’t enough, Apple has also announced a new feature in the iOS 10 operating system that will let you quickly swap between different cameras for photos.

It’s called “Fast Zoom.”

By using the Fast Zoom feature, you’ll be able to quickly switch between multiple cameras to take a single photo with the right lens.

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