Apple’s new line of iPhones is a $500 premium over the first generation

Apple has unveiled its next-generation iPhone, the iPhone 7, at its Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco.

The new iPhone 7 comes in four colors: gold, rose gold, blue, and rose gold.

It will start at $499 for the base model and go up to $699.

The iPhone 7 is the first iPhone that Apple will not release in two colors.

The phone is also the first to feature a fingerprint scanner.

The most popular model of the new iPhone, which starts at $649, is still a $100 premium over its predecessor, the $699 iPhone 7 Plus.

The next-gen iPhone is expected to cost around $600.

The new iPhone is the latest version of the company’s iPhone line that has been in production for a year.

Apple unveiled the iPhone 6s, the first smartphone to include the company-designed A11 Bionic chip.

The A11 chip has been used in the iPhone 5s, which also features the A11 processor.