A few months ago, I wrote about how the iPhone 6 was the best iPhone phone for gym workouts.
This week, we’re seeing another iPhone that can charge the phone without a power adapter at the same time.
The Verge has the first photos of the new iPhone 6, and they show a new feature that will make it easier for you to track your progress in the gym.
As you’ll see, you can track your heart rate, calories burned, and more from the new phone.
To see how the new features work, let’s go over how the battery and screen works together.
When you plug in the new iPad Air, the screen automatically adjusts to your resting position.
This is done by a software update that’s been made available to iOS users on the App Store.
When the screen adjusts to the position of your hand, you’ll hear a little voice saying “Rest.”
Then, when you get up to move again, the device will automatically adjust to the new position.
In this photo from the App store, you see a screen on the new device that adjusts to a resting position and then adjusts itself to the resting position after you’ve moved.
This feature is actually pretty cool, as it lets you automatically change your resting positions with a simple click.
In the past, you’d have to press and hold the screen to change the resting positions.
Now, you just press and drag the screen around and it automatically adjusts itself, so you can go from resting on the edge of the table to resting on top of it.
You can also choose the number of seconds until your heart stops, or whether you want the screen or the phone to vibrate for you.
This will take up the most screen real estate, so if you have more space than you want, you might want to look at the other options.
For more info on the iPhone6, check out the full feature list below.