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The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are among the latest models to be fitted with screens that are much larger than expected.

But while Apple claims the phones are the thinnest and most compact yet, some consumers are worried that the screens could make it difficult to hold the device while watching TV.

Read more here:How to fix the iPhone 6 screen that’s becoming too bigFor the iPhone 7, Apple says that its new OLED display is much thinner and lighter than the previous iPhone 6 display, and that its smaller panels will be more easily removed and replaced by the company’s own factory-installed screens.

However, some customers are worried about how the screens will fit on the iPhone 5s, which is also fitted with a 6.7-inch screen.

The 5s is the thinest smartphone ever made, and its 6.5-inch panels are said to be thicker and lighter, but many people are worried they will not fit the larger iPhone 7 screen.

Apple says the iPhone X Plus will also have a 6-inch display, although its screen is said to have been “modified to reduce the thickness”.

The 6-incher is also thinner and the iPhone SE, which was launched on January 12, will also feature a smaller screen than before.

The smaller iPhone 7 screens may be able to be removed easily from the phone without damage, but they won’t be able be replaced with the new screens, meaning it will be difficult to watch TV without being distracted.

The iPhone 7 and 6 are the only phones in the Apple family that are still manufactured in China.

That’s due to the fact that China’s factories are the largest in the world and the companies manufacturing the phones in China have a lot of influence on the way they are made.

Apple is also considering changing the design of the iPhone to comply with the European Union’s directive to improve the quality of its iPhones, according to the Financial Times.

It’s understood that Apple is considering making the iPhone 8 in a “lighter-weight” screen design.

This would mean the screens would be thinner and could be removed from the phones faster, but it would also mean that the new iPhone will be manufactured in the same factories where the iPhone 9s and 10s are made, which could have a negative impact on the new iPhones’ manufacturing.

The European Union has recently announced that it is planning to replace its manufacturing plants with Chinese factories, as part of its efforts to improve manufacturing.

Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the possibility of the company changing the way its phones are made to comply the directive.