Apple has a big iPhone 6 in the works, and it looks like it will have a lot of competition for the price.
We’re told that Apple will launch the iPhone 6 on December 12th, and that’s just a week after the launch of the iPhone 5s and the iPhone 4s.
We’ve heard that the iPhone will retail for $99, and the specs are pretty high: Apple is going to ship it with a 5.5-inch 1440p LCD display, an octa-core processor, and 4GB of RAM.
There’s also a 64GB storage option for $119.
The device will come with the new A9 chip, but it’s not clear when this will arrive.
The iPhone 6 will be the first iPhone to run the A9 processor, which is a new variant of the chip that Apple is pushing out to the iPhone maker to boost performance.
The A9 is a much smaller chip than the A7 in the iPhone 3GS and the 3, and Apple is touting that the A8 is twice as fast as the A5.
The chip will also support wireless charging, and there will be support for Apple Pay, Apple Music, and iMessage.
The Apple Watch will also be able to connect to the phone, and its new face sensor is also a big deal.
Apple says that its iPhone 6 and 6 Plus will start at $699 and $899, respectively, and will include 64GB of storage.
Apple also has a $149 iPad Pro, and while the iPad Pro is only available in the US, it’s the only Apple product that will ship with the $99 Apple Watch Series 3.
The $99 iPhone 6 has a 16-megapixel camera and is powered by a dual-core Snapdragon 801 processor.
It also has 4GB RAM and is available in 64GB and 128GB storage.
If you’re interested in buying a new iPhone, Apple is still working on a $1,399 model that will include a new 8MP camera and 8GB of memory, but that model is set to launch on December 1st.
Apple has yet to announce pricing for its next iPhones, but if it does, you’ll probably be able do your own research to see what you can expect.
Apple will have an iPhone 6 Plus in stores on December 14th.