The iPhone 7 launch which happened earlier this month on the 7th of September in San Francisco, gave us a detailed list of specifications regarding the latest addition to Apple's elite list of premium smartphones.
But the iPhone 7 is expected to sport 2GB of RAM, while the iPhone 7 Plus model might be sporting 3GB. At this moment, Android devices have much more RAM, and some even ship with 6 GB, but given the extreme optimizations that Apple is making in iOS, a lower amount is just enough for what the iPhone is capable of offering. Even more so than with a laptop, a smartphone's battery life is, in the end, all that matters. Existing users of iPhone 6s are in confused mood over whether to upgrade to new iPhone 7 or not.
The screen and chip technology got relatively minor bumps over the iPhone 6s but these were already class leading. The iPhone 7 Plus scored 3233 on the single-core test and 5363 on the multi-core test.
Apple's fans can now take a swim with their iPhone as the newest tech comes with an IP 67 rating, which means it could suvive up to 30 minutes under 1 meter of water. Both have a Touch ID sensor and are water-resistant with an IP67 rating.
New stereo speakers offer wonderful and immersive sound that is two times louder than iPhone 6s, offering increased dynamic range of sound and a higher quality speakerphone.
Couple this with the new A10 CPU and you're likely looking at the best-performing phone in the mobile space, though we'll have to wait for actual, real-world testing to establish that for a fact.
Simply put, between the phones, the wearables and the computers, Apple brings the easiest-to-use products to the mainstream, and their followers love it. The new handsets feature some notable differences compared with their predecessors, including all-new cameras, a revised Home button with pressure-sensitivity and haptic feedback, and a generous boost in performance. The new jet black finish is accomplished through an innovative nine-step process of anodization and polish for a uniform, glossy finish. Its processing component performs more than 100 billion operations in the span of 25 milliseconds. Both variants will go on sale in India on October 7, 2016.
The lack of a traditional 3.5 mm headphone jack will require wireless headphones, an adapter to plug in to the phone's lightning port, or compatible earbuds.