Apple iPhone 7
It has no headphone jack. Now that’s out of the way, and the Apple iPhone 7 still has some interesting changes worth a look. There’s a new 7MP front-facing camera and a 12MP rear-facing camera that boasts larger aperture, optical image stabilization, and a quad-LED True Tone flash that’s far brighter than it’s predecessor’s, with a dual camera on the 7 Plus — one standard wide-angle and one telephoto — that enables shooting with a 2X optical zoom and with the addition of interesting effects such as bokeh. It’s got a 25% brighter, more vivid display, speakers on both ends for full stereo sound straight from the device, an enclosure that’s finally water resistant to IP67 standards, a better battery, a new flush Haptic feedback-enabled home button, and both a faster processor and LTE. Regarding the lack of a headphone jack, the phone boasts a Apple-designed W1 chip that connects wirelessly to headphones that support it — so far just a few Beats and AirPods — though a Lightning to 3.5mm adapter comes included if you’d like to use your wired headphones. And it’s available in two new finishes: black and jet black (shown), the latter achieved through a nine-step anodization and polishing process that results in a sleek, shiny finish that seemingly blends right in with the glass on its front.
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