Apple has just released a new version of its flagship iPhone 5 and an update to its camera software.
The software update, which was made available via the company’s developer website today, also includes a new photo mode, new Apple Pay functionality, and a slew of new apps.
Apple has also introduced a new Apple Watch with support for FaceTime and Apple Pay, a new AirPods earbuds, a faster Apple TV and a number of other updates.
As you might expect, this new software update is not only compatible with all devices running iOS 11, but it also adds a few additional features that are not found in the previous software version.
For example, if you already own an iPhone 5 or 5C, the new software will not install any additional software updates, so you can install all of the software upgrades on your existing iPhone.
Additionally, this software update should help users upgrade from iOS 11 to iOS 11.4, which is a major upgrade over the iOS 11 release that rolled out to users in April.
If you want to get started upgrading your iPhone to iOS 10, you can do so using Apple’s developer tool.
However, if that doesn’t work, you may want to look into purchasing a new phone.
Apple says it will continue to support iPhone owners who choose to purchase a new device.
In fact, you will be able to get your current iPhone and get a new one, but you may have to pay for an upgrade if you want the software update.
Apple says that the new iPhone will be available for purchase from the Apple Online Store on Tuesday, March 22nd.
Apple notes that this is the first time that iPhone owners can purchase a device in the US.
In the future, Apple plans to offer iPhone accessories and upgrades in the future.
Apple’s iOS 11 upgrade will be offered in other countries, but Apple’s European customers will not be able access this software upgrade until March 22.
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