The iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6s Plus are getting a major update this fall, with a new face, new sensors, and a new software update that can also help with the way your phone communicates with other devices.
While Apple has been doing its best to make sure that the new iPhones don’t break the old ones, we all know that there are a lot of problems that have to be solved in order to make this work properly.
One of those is a lack of a built-in camera, which is why you can’t take photos or video on the new devices, or use the iPhone’s 3D Touch and other gestures.
It’s a major annoyance that has to be fixed before Apple can release its next-gen devices.
But a new app called TileLayer Leaflet lets you use your iPhone’s camera to help you find all the stuff you need without even leaving your home screen.
This app has the most basic feature set of any other Apple-made app out there: it just lets you draw on the tile layer of a wall or building, or you can drag and drop an image to draw a path around it.
TileLayer, which has a free trial, has a built in camera, so you can easily see the way it handles your iPhone or iPad, and even the way you can interact with it.
Once you’ve made the app’s tile layer, you can then upload it to the Apple Watch or iPhone for it to make a 3D-printable version of the path you’ve drawn.
To be clear, the app doesn’t actually need to be on your phone, just on the TileLayer layer itself.
That’s important, because TileLayer will not work with any other device, but it will work with the iPhone 6 or 6 Plus.
The TileLayer app is available on the iPhone App Store and on the Apple Store.
It will be available to buy on October 10, so if you haven’t already purchased a TileLayer unit, you should definitely do that right now.
If you want to learn more about Apple’s software updates and new features, you’re also going to want to read our in-depth coverage of the iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 6, and iPhone 5.
But if you already have an iPhone 6 and a TileView app on your device, you’ll be able to get the new features right away.
For more on Apple, watch the video above for the full explanation of how it works.