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The iPhone 7 is the successor to the highly acclaimed iPhone 6s. As such, it brings a multitude of enhancements in key areas, including design, performance, and user experience. While the overall shape and size of the phone have been left intact, there are now glossy and matte black options available. Also, the handset is now IP67-certified, making it water-resistant. On its back, the refined 12MP camera features optical image stabilization, wider aperture of F1.8, and a quad LED TrueTone flash for better low-light performance. Battery life has been given a welcome boost that could provide users around 2 hours of additional use time. The new A10 Fusion chip is up to 40% more powerful than last-year A9, yet promises great power efficiency. And while the iPhone 7 lacks an audio jack, the box includes Lightning connector EarPods, as well as a Lightning to 3.5mm adapter.

    GENERAL2G NetworkGSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
    3G NetworkHSDPA 850 / 900 / 1700(AWS) / 1900 / 2100
    4G & LTE NetworkLTE band 1(2100), 2(1900), 3(1800), 4(1700/2100), 5(850), 7(2600), 8(900), 12(700), 13(700), 17(700), 18(800), 19(800), 20(800), 25(1900), 26(850), 27(800), 28(700), 29(700), 30(2300), 38(2600), 39(1900), 40(2300), 41(2500)
    Announced2016, September
    Form factorBar
    Approx AvailabilityComing soon. Exp. release 2016, September 16
    Sim Nano-SIM
    SIZEDimensions138.3 x 67.1 x 7.1 mm (5.44 x 2.64 x 0.28 in)
    Height138.3 mm
    Width67.1 mm
    Thickness7.1 mm
    Weight138 g (4.87 oz)
    DISPLAYDisplay Colors16M colors
    Touchscreencapacitive touchscreen
    Resolution750 x 1334 pixels (~326 ppi pixel density)
    Display TechnologyLED-backlit IPS LCD, capacitive touchscreen
    Display Size4.7 inches (~65.6% screen-to-body ratio)
    AdditionalIon-strengthened glass, oleophobic coating - Wide color gamut display - 3D Touch display & home button - Display Zoom - IP67 certified - dust and water resistant - Water resistant up to 1 meter and 30 minutes - Apple Pay (Visa, MasterCard, AMEX certified)
    SOUNDAlert typesVibration, proprietary ringtones
    LoudspeakerYes, with stereo speakers
    3.5mm jackNo - Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic - Lightning to 3.5 mm headphone jack adapter incl.
    MEMORYPhonebookYES
    Call recordsYES
    Internal32 GB, GB, 2 GB RAM
    Card slot-
    DATAGPRSYES
    EDGEYES
    3G SpeedHSPA 42.2/5.76 Mbps
    WLANWi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, hotspot
    Bluetoothv4.2, A2DP, LE
    Infrared portNo
    USBv2.0, reversible connector
    4G SpeedLTE Cat9 450/50 Mbps, EV-DO Rev.A 3.1 Mbps
    NFCYES
    CAMERAPrimary Camera12 MP, f/1.8, phase detection autofocus, OIS, quad-LED (dual tone) flash
    Flashquad-LED (dual tone) flash
    FeaturesGeo-tagging, simultaneous 4K video and 8MP image recording, touch focus, face/smile detection, HDR (photo/panorama)
    Video[email protected], [email protected]/60/120fps, [email protected]
    Secondary Camera7 MP, f/2.2, [email protected], [email protected], face detection, HDR, panorama
    FEATURESOSiOS 10
    MessagingiMessage, SMS (threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email
    BrowserHTML5 (Safari)
    RadioNo
    GamesYES
    ColorsJet Black, Gray, Silver, Gold, Rose Gold
    GPSYes, with A-GPS, GLONASS
    JavaNo
    CPUQuad-core, 1800 MHz, 64-bit
    Processor TypeQuad-core
    Additional FeaturesSiri natural language commands and dictation - iCloud cloud service - MP3/WAV/AAX+/AIFF/Apple Lossless player - MP4/H.264 player - Audio/video/photo editor - Document editor
    ChipsetApple A10 Fusion
    GPU(six-core graphics)
    SensorsFingerprint, accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer
    BATTERYBattery TypeNon-removable Li-Ion battery
    Stand-by Time

    10.0 days (240 hours)

    Talk timeUp to 14 h (3G)
    MISCEmail ClientYES
    FCC ID-

Reviews


Apple iPhone 7 Review By CanadaGSM

Introduction

On the seventh day the designers rested. In came the engineers. And the master of controversy struck again.

Apple is proud of the bold move of removing the audio jack. But in pretty much every other aspect they have seemingly taken the conservative route. On the outside, the new iPhone looks basically the same as the iPhone 6/6s.

Apple iPhone 7 review

Well, its not as easy as that. The iPhone 7 is in many ways a better phone. We can see some of the issues we had with the last iPhone sorted and, no, we are not claiming credit for it - simply acknowledging the fact.

Waterproofing, stereo speakers and, finally, reasonable storage options - and that is on top of the usual performance upgrades we have come to take for granted every year. Think this is the story of the iPhone 7? Apple first water-resistant handset, first quad-core processor, first pair of stereo speakers on a phone.

Not trying to build suspense. The story has been hijacked and you know it. But we are going to tell it anyway.

Key features

  • Water-proof metal unibody with redesigned, less-obtrusive antenna strips
  • 4.7" 16M-color LED-backlit IPS LCD of 750 x 1334px resolution, 326ppi, wide color gamut, 3D Touch tech
  • Pressure-sensitive Home key powered by a brand new Taptic Engine
  • Quad-core (2+2) 64-bit Apple CPU, hexa-core GPU, 2GB of RAM, Apple A10 Fusion SoC
  • 12MP F/1.8 camera with a quad-LED flash, optical image stabilization, phase detection auto focus, wide color capture, face and body detection; [email protected] video recording
  • 7MP F/2.2 front-facing camera with BSI sensor and HDR mode, [email protected] video
  • Comes in 32, 128, and 256GB of built-in storage
  • Second-gen Touch ID fingerprint sensor
  • 4G LTE Cat.12 (600Mbps); Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac; Bluetooth 4.2; Lightning port; GPS with A-GPS and GLONASS; NFC (Apple Pay only)
  • 1,960mAh battery

Main disadvantages

  • No 3.5mm audio jack (ships with a Lightning to 3.5mm adapter)
  • No microSD slot
  • No dual-camera of the iPhone 7 Plus
  • NFC functionality limited to Apple Pay
  • Still no fast or wireless charging, no IR port or FM radio
  • No user-replaceable battery
  • Scratch-prone Jet Black model

Once you wrap your head around the missing audio jack (its not the end of it, you can get a designated adapter for your favorite headphones), the Apple iPhone 7 is a major upgrade. IP67-certified water-resistant body. Bigger and brighter camera with OIS. New FaceTime cam. Stereo speakers. Faster processor and 50% GPU performance increase, more RAM. New pressure-sensitive Home key powered by a new taptic engine. Revised storage options.

The new Home button, rather the lack thereof, is nearly as controversial as the missing audio jack. Apple used the same taptic engine behind the MacBook trackpad, so things might actually turn out better there.

Apple iPhone 7 review

Apple doubled the storage capacity on all three flavors, so it finally starts at 32GB, the other two being 128GB or 256GB. Unfortunately, fast or wireless charging still does not mean anything to Apple, which is a shame in 2016.

Anyway, the iPhone 7 is ready to get unwrapped, so lets get to it. Head to the next page for our traditional hardware and exterior checkup.

Final words

Controversy. Apple loves it. It fuels it and its fueled by it. Rarely is brand hate more vocal and yet people stand in line to get the latest phone. Its part of the marketing game, and it has somehow always worked in Apple favor. The iPhone 7 is probably the most controversial iPhone yet and Apple likes it this way.

So, is Apple giving haters something else to complain about or is there a hidden agenda? A long-term masterplan that most of us are unaware of? And does the average Joe care enough for it to hurt sales?

Apple iPhone 7 review

But lets not look that far ahead for a moment and forget about agendas. The jack clearly has implications - beyond the pure audiophile qualities and aesthetics - on how music will be consumed and paid for. And that is controversial enough, long-term.

Apple iPhone 7 key test findings:

  • The iPhone 7 is built to the usual sky-high standards, an elegant handset with premium looks and feel. The design is being reused for yet another year but still relevant. The new Home key with force press works and feels great, but was there anything wrong with the physical button?
  • The iPhone 7 has a class-leading IPS LCD in terms of brightness and color calibration. Its less-than-stellar pixel density of 326ppi does not stand to comparison with any of the Android flagships - but that is more a matter of numbers rather than actual user experience.
  • Battery life is average with an Endurance rating of 61 hours. The phone has well-balanced scores across all tests and outlasts the iPhone 6s, which got a similar score last year but was tested at lower screen brightness (150nits vs 200nits on the iPhone 7).
  • The connectivity is improved with Cat.12 LTE support, but NFC is still limited to Apple Pay. Wireless charging could have been useful, but is still not an option. The lack of analog audio port is, well, between visionary and unforgivable. At least there is a free adapter in the package.
  • Performance-wise, the A10-powered iPhone 7 is the most powerful smartphone in the world right now. Its CPU and GPU performance, as well as the overall experience, are unrivaled.
  • The stereo speakers are of Good loudness, which is as high as an iPhone has ever achieved, and they sound great.
  • The audio quality through the Lighting to 3.5mm converter is very good, but not quite the best in the class - just like with the 6s.
  • The 12MP camera produces solid photos, but its only tangible improvement over last year camera is OIS and the brighter aperture, both of which improve only low-light photography.
  • The 4K videos offer enough detail and came out with very good dynamic range, the 1080p samples are great. The mono audio recording across all video options is disappointing. We hate having to dig in the phone Settings menu to switch from 1080p to 4K and vice versa.
  • The front 7MP selfie camera takes nice images even in low-light conditions.
  • iOS 10 makes more sense out of 3D Touch, enhances the lockscreen and allows third-party integration with Siri and Maps. All default apps have received meaningful updates too.

So, stereo speakers but still no stereo sound in videos - mind you, its 4K videos we are talking of. Lightning port instead of USB-C. Still no wireless and fast charging, no proper NFC support (which Apple may need down the line if wireless audio accessories are the next logical step).

Yes, the iPhone 7 comes without an audio jack and pretty much without a Home button - one that you can press the old fashioned way anyhow. It uses the same design and same screen size and resolution. And, yes, its better than the iPhone 6s in so many ways.

If you are still not impressed, though, the iPhone 7 Plus could be your thing, with a bigger screen and a brand new dual-camera setup, involving a regular and telephoto lens. Or, you may want to wait for the anniversary iPhone next year and keep a very capable iPhone 6s around for another year - if you do not insist on water protection and stereo speakers.

Apple iPhone 7 Plus Apple iPhone 6s
Apple iPhone 7 Plus • Apple iPhone 6s

Speaking of dual-cam set-ups, the Huawei P9 and Honor 8 are packing excellent dual 12MP shooters each, one monochrome and one color. Both phones are equally powerful and run on the same Emotion-skinned Android, but the P9 opts for an all-metal design, while the Honor 8 goes for glass. The Leica-certified P9 is one of the best shooters out there both day and night, the Honor 8 quite a worthy performer itself. And, of course, those are cheaper than the iPhone 7.

Huawei P9 Huawei Honor 8
Huawei P9 • Huawei Honor 8

The Samsung Galaxy S7 is a water-proofed, brilliantly designed powerhouse. Its Super AMOLED screen is of higher resolution, and its 12MP camera is much better, in fact, one of the best in the market.

The HTC 10 is less popular perhaps, but by no means underpowered or less attractive. It is a premium handset with flagship-grade metal build, a comparable camera and the latest Snapdragon 820 chipset. The 5.2" Super LCD5 screen of Quad HD resolution offers a superb multimedia experience.

The OnePlus 3 shares a lot with the HTC 10 except for the price tag. Its much cheaper than both the HTC 10 and the iPhone 7, but still delivers a great 5.5" FullHD screen, a Snapdragon 820 chip, and a better 16MP main camera with OIS.

Samsung Galaxy S7 HTC 10 OnePlus 3
Samsung Galaxy S7 • HTC 10 • OnePlus 3

The recently announced Sony Xperia XZ is another water-proof flagship with beautiful design, powerful hardware, and an improved 23MP Sony camera.

Sony Xperia XZ
Sony Xperia XZ

Finally, if you fancy compact and affordable flagships, the Xiaomi Mi 5 is very thin and lightweight but packs a great screen, chipset, and camera.

Xiaomi Mi 5
Xiaomi Mi 5

So, we got ourselves a bag full of various potential rivals and none would mind that its name came up in relation to the iPhone 7. But we have a feeling that the bigger iPhone 7 Plus will get most of the flak from the competition. The user preference is moving towards 5+ inch screens, and there is also the dual camera setup, which would make for an even more intriguing review.

Of course, Apple has never been about the screen size and pixels, CPU cores and RAM, or insane camera specs. Its about the premium design, the content, the consistency and the user experience. Music is a big part of the smartphone experience, and we guess you see how the jack has implications on all of these. And its exactly the reason why losing it is a big deal.

But then... The A10 Fusion chip, waterproofing, stereo speakers and sane storage options - these are some of the things the iPhone 6s did not have and the iPhone 7 kindly delivers. Are they suddenly irrelevant? All you ever wanted was the jack? Come on.

And yet, the iPhone 7 will probably go down in history as the one that got rid of the jack first. Controversy? Yes, Apple loves it.

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