I’ve been asked by people who have bought an iPhone 6s to “keep it for myself” and “keep an eye on it”.
But there’s a catch.
I have a friend who was one of the first to buy an Apple iPhone 6, which he’d bought on launch day.
The iPhone 6 is now almost four years old and it still works great.
He told me: “The thing that annoys me is that I still have to pay for the phone.
I don’t know why.
I think Apple should pay us.”
I think Apple needs to make it clear that if you want an iPhone, it’s not yours and it can’t be kept.
It’s yours if you’re a customer.
It can be kept if you keep your phone and your friends.
Apple should make it clearer that the iPhone is yours.
This will prevent this kind of behaviour from happening in the future.
Apple is not the only company to be worried about the health of the iPhone.
Google, Facebook, and other tech giants are also worried.
The US government has issued an advisory, saying that people should “do everything they can to ensure that the health and safety of their devices is not compromised”.
The US Food and Drug Administration has issued similar advice, but it hasn’t yet said that it will ban people from buying an iPhone in the event of a health risk.