New Features of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus

As expected, earlier today Apple unveiled
the new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. Everything seems in line with rumors. We already know it’s water resistant, has
stereo speakers, and has a brand new camera. The next-gen models meet the IP67 protection
standard, which is good enough to briefly drop it in a pool (or, more likely, a toilet)
but not good enough to shower with regularly. The body is quite similar to the iPhone 6s. There’s a shiny black also a matte
black model, along with your standard gold, rose gold and silver options. The Home Button will now rely on Apple’s
haptic engine, just like new Mac trackpads. It won’t actually click, but it’ll feel
like it. The new iPhones will have optical image stabilization,
allowing for up to 3x longer exposure. The iPhone 7 camera has a six-element, 1.8
aperture lens, a 12 megapixel sensor that is 60 percent faster, with a quad-LED flash
allowing 50 percent light output. Plus, the iPhone 7 will have a 7-megapixel
front camera, up from a 5-megapixel camera on the iPhone 6s. Enter the iPhone 7 Plus, which comes with
two 12-megapixel cameras on the back. The dual-lens setup allows for both wide angle
and telephoto. Users can simply tap on the screen of the
camera app to zoom 2x, automatically focusing on the region that was tapped. Beyond 2x zoom, you head back into the realm
of optical zoom. All in all, the iPhone 7 Plus will go all
the way to 10x zoom. Now let’s talk battery. The iPhone 7 battery won’t be significantly
bigger, but the phone will consume significantly less battery. You should get at least two extra hours of
battery life for an average day for the iPhone 7 compared to the iPhone 6s. Apple’s A10 Fusion chip optimizes power
consumption It’s 40 percent faster than last year’s A9, and twice as fast as the
A8. The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus will be available
to pre-order on September 9 and will ship a week later on September 16. The cheapest version of the iPhone 7 now comes
with 32GB of storage rather than the traditional 16GB. The base model will cost $649. There will be a 128GB model as well as a 256GB. The base model iPhone 7 Plus will cost a bit
more and start at $769.

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10 thoughts on “New Features of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus

  1. iphone is no longer a leader at innovation. …they cant get it on how many users want a removable battery!!! thats why they lose alot of users every year and now this? nothing new to offer! Go team Android 🙂

  2. No, you should not take a bath with those gadgets rated IP68 or lower Unless you taking a child bath 🤐
    The Steam from a hot bath can even destroy a Casio G-Shock with water resistance of 200 meters .

  3. Apple haters are always gonna be around because they can't afford it and hate Apple made there first how do u think android made their phones by watching doing and riding apples coat tails it's a garbage phone for cheap all I have to say is android note 7 boom just like android and the battery they complain about cause it freezes and u need to take it out to reset it. the android dick riders are only there because they never had a iPhone and they like their phone they are stuck with.

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