A phone that’s the size of a car and the size, speed and design of an iPad has been one of Apple’s most compelling arguments for a launch for a new Apple product, even if it’s the one with the lowest price tag.

AppleInsider recently published a list of the top selling smartphones in the US, and in that list, it showed the iPhone 7 in the top five.

It’s the third-lowest selling iPhone ever, behind the iPhone 6S and the iPhone 5S.

That’s good for about 6.5% of sales in the country.

Apple’s iPhone 7 model is the second-lowered-selling model in the United States, behind only the iPhone SE.

The iPhone 7 was launched in September with a starting price of $999, a price that drops to $1,299 for the iPhone X, and then to $999 for the $1-399 iPhone XS, which starts at $1.539.

The lower price is a welcome move for the company, which has struggled to sell iPhones to consumers.

AppleInsider reported that it sold about 5 million iPhones in its fourth quarter, down from 9.3 million in the same period last year.

The company has also had a difficult time keeping up with the demand for new iPhone models.

The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus sold more than 2.5 million units, but sales for the second and third iPhones were also down.

Apple has been trying to ramp up its smartphone sales as the price of the iPhone has dropped, as the company has pushed the iPhone 8 to be a bigger, more powerful iPhone.