Who’s the 7 for iPhone?
Through headphone controversy and a cost hike apparently in the aftermath of Brexit, the iPhone 7 joined the world with a bang.
But you’re going to ask at first glance what’s altered–it looks fairly much the same as an iPhone 6. I loved that design, but then I loved the iPhone 4 design–that doesn’t imply I’m looking for a phone like that in 2016. The 6 design was still great, but would any other business getaway for their flagship phone with a two-year-old look?
Get past this and the iPhone 7 offers a distinctive iPhone experience, both good and bad. The new features–water resistance, an incredible quad-core processor and a start-up storage capacity of 32 GB, crucially–are all very welcome.
The new features
- water resistance,
- an incredible quad-core processor
- A start-up storage capacity of 32 GB,
- crucially – are all very welcome.
- So is the great camera that’s got the correct upgrades to make pictures look better.
But the iPhone 7 has two faces, like the eponymous Batman villain. It feels unnecessary and restrictive to remove the headphone jack, the handset costs more than the 6S when it was published last year (at least in the UK), and the battery life of the iPhone 7 is a true issue.