iPhone 6S review: A beautiful phone, but a little slow

By Andrew Cunningham BBC News app=”alternate title iPhone 5s: iPhone 6s review article Apple is expected to release its next iPhone, codenamed iPhone 6 in the US, in two weeks’ time, the company has confirmed.

The iPhone 6 is expected at the start of next month, and Apple has yet to give a launch date for the handset, the Wall Street Journal reported.

The phone will be available in black and gold, with an iPhone 5S variant.

The report said the device will be slightly more powerful, though it does not say how much more.

The smartphone is also expected to have an aluminium frame, and the back of the device is expected on a more squared-off layout.

The iPhone 5’s screen resolution will be increased to 1080p, with a resolution of 1920×1080.

Apple’s next flagship smartphone will be made by LG and will be released next month in a silver colour.

iPhone 6S will have a 5.8-inch Super Retina display, and will also have a larger battery.

While it has not been confirmed, a new iPhone with the same dimensions as the iPhone 5 will also be available next month.

Apple is not expected to make the next iPhone available for pre-order, but it will likely be available to buy later.

The new iPhone has been a popular choice among iPhone users, and was first introduced in 2016.

However, the device has been criticised by some for its design.

There has been concern about the iPhone 6’s screen, which has been described as ‘too thin’.

Apple did not comment on the reported price, other than saying it is ‘not for everyone’.iPhone 6 PlusImage: Getty/AAPThe latest iPhone is expected in late January, and is expected with a screen that measures 5.1 inches in width, 3.6 inches in height and a thickness of 5.3mm.

The latest version of the iPhone is still expected to be a premium device.