Apple announces new $1,000 price points for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus

Apple has announced a new $5,000 iPhone 7-sized price point, and it’s not the cheapest iPhone ever made.

The iPhone 7s, which is Apple’s cheapest iPhone model, will cost $649, a full $300 higher than the $649 iPhone 7 that launched in November.

This iPhone 7 is a slightly larger version of the iPhone 7, which has a larger screen and a faster processor, but it also has a smaller battery, a lower price, and a larger OLED display.

A larger iPhone 7 will cost Apple a bit more, but this is still the best iPhone ever to be launched.

Apple will also be selling the iPhone 6s for $699, a much better price than it would have been previously.

Even if you can’t afford to spend more, you still get a phone that’s better than the iPhone 5s.

Apple’s price point has been a major focus of the company’s announcement this week.

The new iPhone is coming at the same time as Apple’s new Apple TV set-top box, which will also come in a smaller size.

That’s not to say that Apple hasn’t been aggressive with its price.

The iPhone 6 Plus and 6s will be available starting next week for $649 and $649.99, respectively.