You can get an Apple iPhone to speak to a standard landscape mode with just a little bit of coaxing, thanks to the iOS 7 landscape mode API.

Apple engineers have been using the API for years, and the new API allows developers to make apps for iPhones that work well with landscape mode, or those that can’t.

If you have an iPhone that’s not natively supporting landscape mode (i.e. you have a custom display, or you don’t have the iOS 8 app), you’ll still be able to get your iPhone to communicate with landscape modes.

But the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, which both come in either white or black, will support the iOS landscape mode interface for the first time.

If it’s a premium model like the iPhone SE, you’ll have to pay more.

In the US, the iPhone 8 will cost $600 less than its predecessor.