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Apple iPhone 7 Specs and Features

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After all the leaks and rumors about Apple’s iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus has been released. The event was like any other Apple launch though.

Going straight to business,  athletically the new iPhone  7 is no different from its predecessor, but with few key changes. The main among them is the new place of the antenna bands. They are now on the top and bottom edges on the back. Subjectively, this makes the iPhone 7 look a bit cleaner.

Apple has two black offerings – Jet Black and just Black, as well as Gold, Silver and Rose gold.

Jet Black iPhone 7
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The headphone jack is gone, just as rumored. Now, plugging headphones will happen through the lightning port only. Of course, you could go wireless with a pair of Bluetooth headphones.

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The newest introduction to the Apple family  is the wireless earphones,  known to Apple as the Airpods.

Airpods
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With a simple one-tap setup, AirPods are automatically on and always connected. They can sense when they’re in your ears and pause when you take them out. And the AirPods can be connected to an iPhone, Apple Watch, iPad, or Mac. This is very good and convenient for Apple users.  The Airpods are powered by Apple W1 chip and last upto 5 hours after a single charge. The charging case can also hold up to 24 hrs or multiple charges and within 15mins the Airpods are charged to last for 3 hrs.

Some new features of the iPhone 7 

Also the iPhone 7 is powered by the Apple A10 Fusion Chip and like Apple says

Its the best iPhone ever made

A10 Processor
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iPhone 7 (Colors) 

iphone 7
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