How Apple and Microsoft are redefining the way we use technology

Apple’s new iPhone SE and Microsoft’s upcoming Surface Pro 3 are both getting some major new features.

And there are some notable differences in how these new devices work.

Apple’s new iPhones SE and Surface Pro 5 are the first Apple products to feature an Intel Core i7 processor with an 8-core, 16-thread processor.

Both processors have a battery that’s up to 3 times larger than the iPhone’s.

The new processors also include up to 12GB of RAM, and up to 128GB of storage space.

The Apple SE is available for $1,699, while the Surface Pro has an MSRP of $2,699.

The $1-per-GB Surface Pro costs $1.39/GB, while Apple’s cheaper Surface Pro 4 costs $2.49/GB.

The Intel Core processors on the Apple and Surface SE are powered by a 20nm process.

That means that the processors aren’t all the same.

The Core i5 processor on the new iPhone is clocked at 2.1GHz, while it’s clocked 1.6GHz on the Surface SE.

However, the new processors feature up to six times the speed of the Core i3 processors.

That’s why Apple is selling the $1-$2 iPad Pro at $199 and the $2-$3 iPad Air at $349.

Both the iPhone and the new Surface Pro are also getting new camera lenses, new sensors, and a camera app that uses augmented reality.

The Surface Pro also comes with a fingerprint scanner, but it only works with the new Apple camera.

The camera on the iPhone SE has a digital zoom feature, while Microsoft’s Surface Pro is more like a mirror image of the iPhone.

Apple says that the new devices are capable of capturing 8MP photos and 16MP photos, and they have HDR and phase detection autofocus.

The device’s camera app is more advanced than what you’ll find on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and the OnePlus 3T, which have HDR support.

Both of the new iPhones have an 8MP camera, and Microsoft has added a new digital zoom lens to the new camera app.

The phone has a 5MP camera and is priced at $99, while its camera app has been renamed “Photo Sphere” and is now called “Photo Fusion.”

Microsoft says that all of these new hardware features will be rolled out “over the coming months.”

Apple’s next generation iPhone SE will hit stores this fall.