A decade ago, it was pretty hard to buy an antique house without a good photo of it.
In the digital age, however, that’s no longer the case.
It was a long time ago when most people could get a good look at an antique, and today you can get that look on your iPhone.
And that’s a good thing, right?
The new iPhone 7 has a super-fancy new display that is even more eye-catching than what Apple offered back in 2016.
And the screen is even sharper, with the highest pixel density in the iPhone’s history.
The iPhone 7’s display is one of the best of any iPhone ever made.
And it’s also very cool.
If you’ve been following the iPhone saga, you probably know that Apple has been slowly working on improving the iPhone screen over the last couple of years.
It’s a pretty large project, and there’s a lot of work that has to go into it.
The last major update to the iPhone was in 2015, and that update made a number of changes to the screen.
It also included a new camera system called FaceTime, and it brought a new UI for Apple’s app store that allowed users to easily add new apps to their collection.
In 2015, Apple introduced an iPhone screen-size adjustment that allowed the display to shrink as the screen was enlarged.
That changed in 2016, and the iPhone 7 will use the new screen-sizing adjustment to shrink the display a little bit when the screen has been enlarged.
While this is an improvement over the previous screen-resizing system, the improvement in image quality is still pretty good.
The new screen is bright and crisp, and Apple has even improved the display’s contrast, saturation, and brightness.
The iPhone 7 display is also quite large, with a full 1080p resolution, which is nearly double what the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus had back in 2015.
And unlike the iPhone 5s, which has a much smaller display, the iPhone 8 Plus has a larger screen, which means that it’s more than twice as big.