The iPhone 5s is the first iPhone to feature a new feature that lets you keep track of your phone’s price tags for up to five years.
But the new feature isn’t available for iPhone 5 users.
Cell phone prices in the United States have increased dramatically in recent years, making it easy to lose track of the price of your iPhone.
The new feature, called Cell Price History, allows you to keep track on the current cell phone price tag for up a year, as well as the number of days since you last paid for that cell phone.
The feature also lets you track your price tags on all cell phones in your network.
It works like this: You can set up the feature in Settings > General > Battery and Battery Capacity.
The Cell Price history feature will let you see all your cell phone prices over the last five years for both the US and internationally.
The feature is available in all iOS devices that have cellular networks, but only iPhone 5 and iPhone 5S users can set it up.
Apple says the feature is currently only available for iOS devices running iOS 10.4.1 or higher.