When the Apple iPhone 5S was unveiled, there was an immediate outcry.
There was the concern over its lack of battery life.
There were the concerns over the device’s lack of camera and its lack the ability to record audio.
There are the fears that it could be a disaster, and then there were the worries about how it would interact with the world around it.
There was also a widespread fear of the phone being overpriced.
That’s why the iPhone is still being made, even though it is now nearly impossible to get a cheaper smartphone.
And it’s why there are so many people who love it and so many who hate it.
But if you ask Apple, it’s not a problem at all.
There is a good reason why the phones it makes are always more expensive than the ones it doesn’t make: it’s the way they were designed.
And the reason is a fundamental truth of computing: people are very, very good at deciding which devices to buy.
Apple, in fact, invented the idea of a consumer-focused company that focuses on a set of core products and then has a focus on specific features and functions in each of those.
The iPhone 5 is no different.
The fact that it’s priced at $649 for a 128GB model is not a flaw in the design of the iPhone.
It is a flaw, though, in the way Apple designs its products.
When Apple started developing the iPhone in 2009, the company’s primary focus was on making the iPhone itself as cheap as possible, which meant making it as light as possible.
That meant making a phone that would fit on a single page of paper.
And so Apple started by making its phones thinner, making them lighter, and making them more expensive.
The reason that this meant that the phones that were going to be released in the next few years weren’t going to have the same design as the iPhone 2, iPhone 3, iPhone 4, or iPhone 5 was because Apple wasn’t looking to make them as powerful or as durable as those phones.
Instead, it wanted to make the iPhone as cheap and easy to use as possible so that it would appeal to consumers who weren’t already buying its products for a reason.
It’s the same reason that the iPad, which was initially designed to appeal to users who didn’t have a computer to play with, ended up being so successful, so much so that Apple is now making it available for every iPhone that’s released in a new generation.
And this is what has been the case with the iPhone for the past decade.
It has been a failure to the point where Apple itself has begun to acknowledge that.
It was originally announced as a phone with a touch screen, but that was a false promise.
The first iPhone was actually a phone made for phones, a phone designed for people to use, not a phone for phones to use.
And Apple has now admitted that, after all these years of marketing it has become an iPhone that you can’t use because it’s too big.
The iPhone is, at its core, a product for the consumer.
Apple wanted to create a phone so people could make phone calls, write emails, or do all the things that a smartphone could do.
The company also wanted to be the first phone company to make a phone specifically for those uses.
It also wanted people to pay for a phone because, as it turns out, a lot of people do.
In fact, the iPhone was designed to be more than just a phone.
Apple made the iPhone a device for the Internet, a device that could run apps, send emails, and do all of those things.
And that’s precisely why it’s so expensive.
When the iPhone came out in 2009 and it had a 1GHz processor and a 512MB of RAM, people were very excited.
Apple was releasing a phone, the first one to ever be made specifically for mobile internet.
The phone was meant to be a cheap phone that could serve as a gateway to the internet for a few people at a time.
It wasn’t meant to serve as the internet’s primary platform, as a way to connect the masses to the things they wanted to see and buy.
It just had to be cheap enough to get by.
The price point for the iPhone’s first generation was just $499, which at the time was pretty expensive.
The price point is the biggest difference between the iPhone 4 and the iPhone 6.
The 4 had a 4.7-inch screen, while the iPhone had a 5.5-inch display.
The 6 had a 6.5 inch display, which, compared to the 4, was about 2.5 times the size of the 4.
But the price difference between these phones was huge.
The phones came out at a very different price point because of that.
And because of the price differences, Apple made all of its phones, including the iPhone, available for $199, the cheapest