When Apple first unveiled the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, I had the same feeling.
But the new iPhones really are a breath of fresh air for the Apple ecosystem.
The iPhone 6 was the first iPhone to offer a dual-camera setup that allowed you to use both lenses in one shot.
That camera setup is a huge upgrade for those of us who like to shoot from a distance, but the iPhone has been able to make up for it with a very sharp smartphone camera that is super-accurate.
The iPhone 6 also has a new camera app, Camera+, which makes it possible to take photos from your phone and then use them in a third-party app like iPhoto or Photoshop.
I also loved the new camera apps for my Mac.
The iPad Air 3 is the first iPad to include an Apple Watch app, and it also includes a new FaceTime app for iPhone, Apple TV, and Apple TV devices.
Apple Watch is one of the most popular mobile wearables on the market, and the new Face Time app makes it much easier for Apple Watch users to use FaceTime.
Apple has also launched a new iPad app called AirPods, which allows you to connect with the AirPod AirPod and AirPod Nano.
Apple has also released new software updates for its popular iCloud services, including the ability to sync photos to iCloud Drive.
iCloud Photos is a photo library that iCloud stores on iCloud for you to take with your iPhone.
iCloud Drive lets you take photos of documents and apps, and iCloud Drive syncs those photos with other iCloud accounts.
Apple introduced new security features for its iCloud cloud services with iOS 11, including password-protecting iCloud Drive, an option for users to lock out iCloud Drive accounts and other iCloud-connected services, and more.
Apple also added support for third-parties like Adobe Flash Player 10, the new Adobe Flash player that supports offline video transcoding.
Apple’s iCloud services also got a major upgrade in iOS 11.
The new iCloud services offer support for Dropbox, OneDrive, and Google Drive.
Dropbox is Apple’s cloud storage service, and OneDrive lets you share photos, documents, and other files across devices.
Google’s Google Drive service now offers access to cloud-based cloud storage from all over the world.
Google also introduced a new file manager, File Explorer, that lets you view files and folders in different ways, including vertically, horizontally, and from the left to right.
Apple’s File Explorer also has improved support for sharing files across multiple devices, including iPhone, iPad, Mac, Mac Pro, and PC.
Apple updated the Settings app for iOS 11 to include new settings for iCloud and Apple Pay.
iCloud will no longer store payment card information and will instead send payment card data to Apple for processing.
Apple Pay will also no longer include a payment card number, so users will need to generate a unique PIN number for each purchase.
Apple is also now offering Apple Pay on iOS 11 with a $1-per-month fee.