The final product ends on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 5, according to Apple, which has released a video showing the cables and their final placement.
The final product is the same cable used for the iPhone 5 and iPhone 4S, which ends at the edge of the phone, just below the fingerprint scanner.
The iPhone 6s and iPhone 7 have different cables for the rear of the device, with the iPhone 7s having the iPhone XS-T1 and the iPhone 8 Plus having the XS.
The iPhone 7 has a slightly different connector for the bottom.
While it’s easy to understand why Apple wanted to use the XB cable to close off the rear and iPhone 8 and iPhone X are different in that they use different cables, the iPhone 9s Plus has the same connector for both the bottom and the rear.
Apple’s video, which was originally published by TechCrunch, has since been removed.
In the video, the cable is seen with two connectors, one that wraps around the phone and one that’s attached to the case.
This connector appears to be the same one used on the 6s.
The video shows that the cable ends in a small notch in the phone.
Apple did not specify what the final connector looks like, but it appears to resemble a smaller connector that Apple has previously used in the iPhone 4 and iPhone 3G.
While the iPhone cable does not end in a flat spot like the iPhone 12, it does wrap around the device and the cable does come out of the case on both sides of the iPhone, as you can see in the video.
Apple has confirmed that the final product will have a larger hole in the middle of the cable than the iPhone’s, but Apple has not revealed the size of that hole.
The Apple Store currently has no available iPhone Xs models and no iPhone X accessories, so you’ll need to buy an iPhone case or the iPhone S9 or S9+ to get a better case for the final version of the new iPhone.
The original iPhone X was released in late July, but there is a limited supply of the $649 iPhone X Plus.