It’s not the first time Apple has used an app for its mobile devices, but the company is using one of its own to showcase the iPhone’s hardware capabilities.
The new Minecraft skin, a free download for iOS 8, uses the App Store’s new App Store app review feature to highlight the iPhone hardware, like the display, camera, battery, and other features, according to screenshots from the app.
Apple has used App Store review in the past to show its devices’ strengths and shortcomings, but it hasn’t done so for the latest iPhone model.
The company has used the review feature on the iPad and iPad mini since the first iPad model was launched in 2012, and the iPad Air in 2014.
The app review section shows that the iPhone 5s has a 1,100mAh battery, the iPad Pro has a 5,100 mAh battery, while the iPad mini 3 has a 4,500 mAh unit.
The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are the first devices to ship with iOS 8.
The app review tab on the app shows that it is a “beta” version of the new operating system, and it has been available since last month.
It is not clear when Apple will release the beta version of iOS 8 to the public, but Apple said in June that the beta would be available to developers later this month.
Apple will have to work hard to keep up with demand for the skin, as many users have already started posting images and videos of their own creations with the new skin.
The skin was available for free for developers to download from the AppStore on May 31.