Apple’s iPhone 6 is the latest smartphone to have a honey chipotle sauce on the back.
Honey Chipotle Sauce is a Mexican condiment that comes from the bean, and the chipotle peppers are added to the sauce.
Honey chipotles are used in tacos, tacos, burritos, and burritoes, and have become popular in places like Las Vegas, where they’re known as the “pico de gallo.”
Apple has already removed honey packets, but that was only for its iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c models, not the 6 and 6 Plus.
Apple has not yet responded to Ars’ request for comment.
Apple says that Honey Chipotle Sauce is available in many varieties and in a variety of different amounts.
According to Apple, the recipe comes from a recipe published by the Mexican government, but there’s no guarantee that it’s authentic.
Apple’s Honey Chipots are made from corn kernels that have been ground to a powder, then coated with sugar and spices.
They’re also typically served with corn chips, which are made with the same ingredients but are made of sugar and vinegar instead of corn.
Apple has long had a reputation for its spicy, spicy foods, but in recent years it’s been getting more creative.
Last year, Apple introduced a new pepper sauce that includes a blend of garlic, ginger, and chile peppers, which is made with garlic powder and spices, and is made to order.