The iPhone 7 is a strong iPhone choice for many reasons. With a 12MP Wide camera on the back and 7MP FaceTime HD camera on the front, the iPhone 7 can take great photos; then it'll show your picture in great quality with its Retina HD display. Equipped with the A10 Fusion chip, the iPhone 7 guarantees excellent performance.
More robust and faster than the iPhone 6, the iPhone 7 includes multiple upgrades that boost the iPhone line from good to great. Designed to be minimalist and smart, the iPhone 7's looks may fool you because it has plenty to offer.
Packed into its 4.7-inch screen is a Retina LCD display whose resolution stands at 326 PPI. It's a sleek phone, but you can customize it with six color options to match your own personality. Its dimensions keep it small and neat, compact enough to be taken anywhere.
You'll also get the A10 Fusion chip, which ups its performance from its predecessor, the iPhone 6, dramatically. Because of the iPhone 7s upgrades, which will be discussed later on, the iPhone 7 puts the A10 chip to fair use without losing out on battery or performance speed.
Speaking of battery and the chip, the iPhone 7 even lasts longer than the iPhone 6. In fact, it's thanks to the A10 chip, which is more battery-efficient, that allows the iPhone 7 to last all-day.
First introduced on the iPhone 6S and 6S+, the iPhone 7 uses a 12MP camera on the camera bump. With outstanding digital zoom, image stabilization, and more, this camera is the best in the smartphone market. The front camera also sees a drastic upgrade, being a 7MP FaceTime HD camera.
When it comes to video recording, the iPhone 7 can do 4K. At 30fps too, the iPhone 7 will take fantastic videos with just a tap of the button. The front camera can also take 1080p videos, making for great selfie videos and video calls.
Add on 3D Touch, better storage options, and more, the iPhone 7 becomes a no-brainer. With all these fantastic features, the iPhone 7 is a versatile and complete smartphone that'll do the job for you.
Design and Size
The iPhone 7 measures at 138.3 x 67.1 x 7.1 mm and weighs 138 grams. It has a 4.7-inch screen across its frame. It's also a colorful iPhone with six colors to choose from Rose Gold, Gold, Silver, Black, Jet Black, and (PRODUCT) Red.
The screen is a Retina LCD screen. This display is fantastic and will offer great graphics. Pair it with its Wide Color display and you'll get an incredible visual experience.
The Multi-Touch display with IPS technology supports the 1334 x 750 pixel-resolution at 326 PPI to view clear images, watch videos, and have an engaging experience playing mobile games.
Lastly, the Home Button supports Touch ID. Once you've set it up, you just put your finger on the Home Button for a scan, and you can authenticate yourself.
The iPhone 7’s upgraded battery life lasts two hours longer than the iPhone 6s. The rechargeable lithium-ion battery allows up to 13 hours of video playback and up to 40 hours of audio playback.
While surfing the internet, users have up to 14 hours of battery life to complete tasks without interruptions.
To charge the iPhone 7, simply plug your Lightning cord into the device and attach it to an adapter. Unfortunately, the iPhone 7 does not support wireless charging.
The 12MP camera is one of the best on the smartphone market today. You'll be able to take stunning portraits and beautiful pictures. The camera's 5x digital zoom, optical image stabilization, and Quad-LED True Tone flash will allow you to capture picturesque landscapes.
Speaking of capturing landscapes, the Panorama feature of the iPhone 7 allows you to capture up to 63MP. Meanwhile, improved local tone mapping to capture every detail in your landscape photos.
Users also have access to photo geotagging and backside illumination sensors to enhance user-facing photos and front camera photos.
With similar features to the iPhone X, the iPhone 7 has 4K video recording at 30 fps, 1080p HD video recording at 30 or 60 fps, and 720p HD video recording at 30 fps. With video quality that high, you won't be disappointed by the moments you capture.
The video recording features to be excited for include slo-mo video support for 1080p at 120 fps and 720p at 240 fps, time-lapse video with stabilization, cinematic video stabilization offered at 1080p and 720p, and playback zoom.
The iPhone 7 is perfect for aspiring videographers learning and trialing different video recording techniques on a budget.
FaceTime HD Camera
The FaceTime 7MP camera captures 1080p HD videos with retina flash.
iPhone 7 users never need to forget another moment when they take breathtaking photos and videos using the backside illumination sensor, wide color capture for images and Live Photos, burst mode, and timer mode.
The A10 Fusion chip is 40% faster than the previous A9 chip in the iPhone 6s. Due to the iPhone upgrades, the A10 Fusion chip is necessary to support the new functions, such as the camera, in the iPhone 7.
With much more advanced features, the iPhone 7 needs the speed and processing power of the A10 chip, and you'll find yourself having a smooth iPhone experience.
An improved processing chip also means less time is taken to load applications, download files, and share content with friends and family.
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