The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are now the first two iPhone models to get Google Now support.
This is a big deal because the two newest iPhones are all the more important for the search giant to expand its user base with Google Now capabilities.
Google has been steadily introducing new Google apps to the iPhone since its launch in 2009.
With the 6s, Google has added a number of new Google-powered features, including a new video search option and the ability to browse through photos and videos from Google Photos and Google Drive.
Google now supports a new feature called MotionArray, which is a feature that allows users to play music from YouTube videos.
This has the added benefit of allowing users to search through music on YouTube and YouTube Music, as well as view other videos on YouTube.
It also allows users of Google Maps to view a list of nearby locations and directions.
Google also added support for Google Home, which can now control HomeKit devices, as of this morning.
It’s also enabled support for more than 100 apps and devices, including Google Home and Google Voice.
With Google Now, Google Now now appears in mobile app notifications and search results.
When you tap on a notification, Google now displays it in a notification center in your notification center.
If you are a HomeKit device, you can also tap on the app to get a list and quick access to your settings.
Google Now is available in more than 1,000 apps across the Google Play store and on Google’s Android app store.
The company is also now adding support for a number more Apple products, including Apple TV, Apple Watch, Apple CarPlay, Apple TV Remote, Apple Remote Plus, and the Apple TV and Apple WatchOS.