There’s a big difference between reading speed in a smartphone and reading speed on a laptop.
But with the new iPhone 7 Plus, Apple’s reading speed is now faster than on previous models.
According to new research from AccuTrac, which analyzes mobile phone reading performance, iPhone 7 users can read speed at a rate of about 20 percent faster than a typical laptop.
The study also found that users in the U.S. and Europe can read speeds of about 15 to 20 percent slower than a laptop on the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus.
Apple’s reading speeds in the new iPhones are comparable to the previous models of the iPhone, the iPad and the iPod Touch, but it’s still significantly faster than laptops, according to the study.
The average reading speed of the new models of iPhones is more than 25 percent faster, according the study, and that number increases by up to 40 percent with the added processing power.
This is good news for anyone who is reading a lot of information on the go, especially when you’re reading on your phone, and it’s good news when you have a slow connection or don’t have enough space for a good read.
The study also shows that the new MacBook Pro can read at a speed of up to 25 percent more quickly than a previous MacBook Pro model, which means that the MacBook Pro is now twice as fast as previous MacBook Pros.
That makes the MacBook Pros the fastest reading devices on the market, according AccuTRAC’s study.
But Apple doesn’t have a lot to offer the average user with speed reading, which is not a bad thing.
Speed reading is important for people who are reading large texts, especially on the Web.
That’s because most people who read text are not in the habit of reading large, complex text documents.
For example, a person might read a few hundred words in a text and then read it on a computer and not realize that the text they just read is actually more than a few thousand words long.
The iPhone 7s and 7s Plus can deliver on that promise, and speed reading is a good fit for those who are using the phone for more than just reading, as the study shows.
The Apple iPhone 7 is available now for $799.99 with 32GB of storage, $999.99 without 32GB, $1299.99 as an upgrade to 64GB, and $1949.99 for a 256GB model.