You can see a price move on the Price Charts page. The price charts have a small cross in the top-right corner. Use that cross to get a sense of where the price is moving:
How to interpret the price, and what are possible price shifts?
This page has more information on price movements, which are sometimes referred to as price trends.
A price can move in multiple directions, each one having a different price movement direction. For the past two years, we’ve shown two price movements:
The last two price cycles in 2017 and 2018 are different, because, unlike the previous cycle, they are non-obvious price movements.
To see which price moves are occurring, you can look for price spikes that are not correlated to any previous price movement, which are the only ones being plotted in the prices. You might also like to look at the price charts from the price history pages.
A trend or non-uniformity on the prices
If the price is moving in several directions simultaneously, this tends to create price patterns that are not uniform, as illustrated below in the charts.
You can explore a number of examples using the prices.
There’s not a lot you can do with the iPhone 6 Plus’ 2MP front camera, but there are a few times when you probably would be interested in using it. You’ll want to use the camera because you could use it to take pictures of the things that are important to you, like a flower and a bird. Or you could use it for a selfie. We’ve got a few of those shots below.
Note that you can’t open the camera with both hands, or the viewfinder is hidden. You do actually have to use your thumb and forefinger to shoot the image with your fingers, that’s part of the fun. We also took a number of pictures by holding one end of the screen with both hands and taking the photo with both hands.
This article originally appeared in August in Macworld
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