The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are latest iPhones of Apple. They have significant camera, a new glossy black color, better battery life, faster processors, and improved water and dust resistance implemented through a click-less haptic home button. These phones have no headphone jack. The new iPhones were launched on September 16, 2016.
This phones have best performance and battery life first time in the history of iPhone. iPhone 7 have immersive stereo speakers. It is splash and looks every time as powerful as it is. iPhone 7 plus have two cameras that shoot as one. The iPhone have brightest most colorful display yet. iPhone 7 have A10 fusion chip which is most powerful chip ever in a smartphone.
Features Of iPhone 7
iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus might look like previous model, but there are a many improvements to the design. The antennas have been redesigned to look much less offensive. Its camera bump is now carved out of the same aluminum.
These phones have Retina HD displays which is 25% brighter than the screens on last year’s iPhones. They still support 3D Touch, of course, as well as enhanced color management.
The storage has been doubled. The base model will now include 32GB of storage, the mid-tier model has 128GB and the top tier packs 256GB of storage. This seems pretty good.
iPhone 7 will last at least 2 more hours of battery during daily usage compared to the 6s it has been said by company, and the 7 Plus will offer at least 1 more hour compared to the 6s Plus.
New Home Button:
The new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus have an new home button that has been updated with Force Touch support and a new Taptic engine.
Apple will keep silver, gold and rose gold around. The space gray color is now gone. Instead, there will be a new “black” color that looks like a darker space gray, and a high-gloss “jet black” color that’s anything we’ve seen on an aluminum smartphone before. Jet Black will only be available on the 128GB and 256GB versions of both new iPhone model.
New wireless tech:
The new W1 chip in Apple offers a new type of wireless technology. It will be available across Apple devices. To pair one device with another, you simply place them near each other. New Beats headphones will also support the new W1 chip.