iPhone 7

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  1. Alex

    Alex Administrator Staff Member Editor

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    [font=Droid Sans, sans-serif, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]Apple says the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus, announced on September 7, 2016, are the best iPhones the company has ever created. On the surface, the two devices don’t look significantly different from the previous-generation iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, continuing to feature the same 4.7 and 5.5-inch screen sizes and the same dimensions, but there are a few visual differences and many internal changes.[/font]

    [font=Droid Sans, sans-serif, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]Redesigned antenna bands no longer span across the back of the devices, for a cleaner, sleeker look, and there are two new colors being sold alongside the standard Silver, Gold, and Rose Gold shades: a matte color Apple is just calling “Black” and a new “Jet Black” with a high-gloss finish. Most importantly, the body of the iPhones has been reengineered to be IP67 dust and water resistant, so it can hold up to splashes and brief submersion in water.

    There is no physical Home button on the iPhone 7, as it has been replaced by a “solid-state” pressure sensitive button that’s connected to a redesigned Taptic Engine to deliver haptic feedback mimicking traditional button presses. A new display is 25 percent brighter and supports wide color gamut for richer, true-to-life colors.
    Inside, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus use an A10 Fusion processor, which is 40 percent faster than the processor in the iPhone 6s. It features two high-performance cores for system intensive tasks and two high-efficiency cores that operate at 1/5 the power to save battery life for smaller tasks.
    With the processor improvements, the two devices have the best battery life ever offered in an iPhone. Those upgrading from iPhone 6s will see two additional hours of battery life on average, while those upgrading from iPhone 6s Plus will see an additional hour.
    There is no headphone jack in the iPhone 7, so headphones that connect to it need to be Bluetooth or equipped with a Lightning connector. Apple is shipping the iPhone with Lightning EarPods and a 3.5mm to Lightning adapter, plus it has designed new completely wireless high-tech AirPods to ease the transition.[/font]
     
  2. alicia78

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    [font=Helvetica Neue, Open Sans, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]Well with release of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus, It's obvious to anyone that new phones aren't as exciting as they used to be. II think iPhone 6 is still pretty handy, that's because it is. It was a great phone two years ago and it's still a good one now and support content transfer from android to iOS is great software too.[/font]
     
  3. Aiwa

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    Yeah the iPhone 6 is still a great phone. I mean, I had the iPhone 6, 6S and now the 7 in the space of a year. I had to get new phones due to complications and now I'm happy with the 7.
     

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