The smartphone industry is about to be transformed.
The iPhone 6 has been a hit, with Apple selling a record 7 million units in the first week of availability.
Its main competitor, the Samsung Galaxy S6, has sold less than 5 million.
But with the iPhone, Apple has set itself apart from the pack.
It is no coincidence that Apple has had to change the name of its flagship phone from the iPhone to the iPhone 5.
That name, which it has kept since the iPhone 4, is a reflection of its unique design.
Its design, which uses curved glass and a round design with a round glass top, looks a lot like the iPhone.
However, the iPhone has been more than a name.
Its design is also a means of marketing it.
In fact, the company has been trying to sell the iPhone as an upgrade to the Galaxy S5 for several years.
Its latest strategy, known as iPhone Upgrade Program, has been gaining traction in recent months.
Its flagship, the 6, will be the first iPhone to be equipped with a 3G-enabled cellular data network.
Apple’s strategy has worked so far.
According to research firm Kantar Worldpanel, the average price of the iPhone is now $499, compared to the $399 price of Samsung’s Galaxy S7 in early April.
But Samsung’s success may not be limited to consumers.
Its rival, LG, is now trying to take over the smartphone market with its own smartphone, the G6.
The company is already selling the G7.
Despite the iPhone’s success, Apple is still fighting against the trend towards mobile devices that use glass and curved glass, which have been associated with the loss of the round phone.
The iPhone has changed the way we think about technology, said Apple CEO Tim Cook in a keynote address last month.
Its innovation is not just about making phones, it is about changing how we use technology and the way people use technology.
The latest innovation in technology is making phones that look more like a tablet.