i phone7 best and detailed review

What we called a baby step forward from iPhone 6S to iPhone 7? It’s just a step improvement, not a major one. The attempt at makeover is on the iPhone7 Plus.

But the fan of the iPhone 7 will be happy with a good improvement in front and rear cameras with optical image stabilisation — deliver much improved photos, especially in low light.

What is the best phone have in pocket:-

Improved front and rear cameras — now with optical image stabilisation — deliver much improved photos, especially in low light. Water resistant. A faster processor, plus slightly better battery life.

What is not good?

No headphone jack (but there’s a dongle and compatible wired headphones in the box).

The Bottom Line

The iPhone 7’s notable camera, battery and water resistance improvements are worthwhile upgrades to a familiar phone design.

But there are still some notable reasons to consider an iPhone 7, even if you own one of those recent iPhone models… provided you have an affordable way to upgrade.

  • The iPhone 7 is now fully water-resistant.
  • The camera takes notably better photos, especially in low light, and adds the optical image stabilisation feature previously restricted to the 5.5-inch Plus model.
  • The battery lasts a little bit longer — sometimes it’s notable, other times it feels just slightly better than the iPhone 6S.
  • The processor is definitely faster, although keep in mind that last year’s iPhone 6S has more than enough speed for most people’s needs.

 

It’s also got a “wide colour gamut” screen with enhanced colour accuracy, and enhanced stereo speakers,

 

Other remarkable which a consumer notice are as elaborated below.

Design: Black is the new black

In a world of curved eye-popping displays, the iPhone now looks a little old-fashioned. It’s slim and attractive and still very well-designed, but the iPhone 7 looks just like the iPhone 6 and 6S. It’s like the MacBook Air, or the iPad: A familiar, old form. Maybe more durable, but it’s mostly the same. Apple smoothed out the seams that used to hide the phone’s antennae, so the aluminium around the back looks smoother. brightness and accurate colour reproduction from its LCD display panel, while noting that it was old technology which was also well behind rivals who had already moved to sharper 1080p or even 2K screens. The iPhone 7’s exterior, which reuses the aging design of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S, was criticised, especially the size of the device and thick top/bottom bezels, with Kelly writing that “the iPhone 7 Plus is simply far too big for a smartphone with a 5.5-inch display”

 

Water Resistance capacity

Apple’s IP67 water-resistance rating on the new iPhone finally catches up to phones that have been dunkable for a while. Apple’s IP67 water-resistance rating on the new iPhone finally catches up to phones that have been dunkable for a while.

The other big change

The next big change, however, is all good: the replacement of the physical home button with a Force Touch one.

Apple has had a bit of an obsession over the years with removing mechanical parts from its products – think back to the iPod, where it moved from a physical scroll wheel to one that didn’t move at all. As phones move closer towards full edge-to-edge displays, the physical home button became a headache for Apple. Removing it should make it easier, at some indeterminate point in the future, to shrink it or build it into the display in some way.

Screen

  • 25% brightness boost and more colors are hard to spot
  • Sharpness is still far lower than competitors
  • Contrast ratio for movie watching could be better

The main change to the screen on the iPhone 7 is the brightness and color, as it’s otherwise identical. The same 4.7-inch 1334 x 750 resolution display is on offer here, meaning that if you hold it side by side with something like the Galaxy S7 Edge, you’ll notice the lack of sharpness.

What is not good?

No headphone jack (but there’s a dongle and compatible wired headphones in the box).

The Bottom Line

The iPhone 7’s notable camera, battery and water resistance improvements are worthwhile upgrades to a familiar phone design.

But there are still some notable reasons to consider an iPhone 7, even if you own one of those recent iPhone models… provided you have an affordable way to upgrade.

  • The iPhone 7 is now fully water-resistant.
  • The camera takes notably better photos, especially in low light, and adds the optical image stabilization feature previously restricted to the 5.5-inch Plus model.
  • The battery lasts a little bit longer — sometimes it’s notable, other times it feels just slightly better than the iPhone 6S.
  • The processor is definitely faster, although keep in mind that last year’s iPhone 6S has more than enough speed for most people’s needs.

 

It’s also got a “wide color gamut” screen with enhanced color accuracy, and enhanced stereo speakers,

Main issues iPhone 7 has with other benefits are:-

Hissing noise

Some users have reported a strange hissing noise during heavy usage of the phone. CNET reports it as “faint buzzes and hums coming from the backside”

 

Performance differences

The Guardian reported in October 2016 that storage tests from Unbox Therapy and GSM Arena showed that the 32 GB iPhone 7 is “significantly” slower than the 128 and 256 GB versions, measuring data write speeds of 341 MB/s on a 128 GB iPhone 7 model versus 42 MB/s on a 32 GB model.

 

Reception of the phone (Source Wiki)

Reception to the iPhone 7 was mixed. Gordon Kelly of Forbes noted that rival smartphones, such as the Samsung Galaxy S7, had increased battery life and added water resistance over its predecessor while retaining the headphone jack, and that the iPhone 7’s camera photo quality was improved but still lagging behind some phones already on the market, including the Galaxy S7 and Nexus 6P. Kelly praised how Apple was able to extract improved brightness and accurate color reproduction from its LCD display panel, while noting that it was old technology which was also well behind rivals who had already moved to sharper 1080p or even 2K screens. The iPhone 7’s exterior, which reuses the aging design of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S, was criticized, especially the size of the device and thick top/bottom bezels, with Kelly writing that “the iPhone 7 Plus is simply far too big for a smartphone with a 5.5-inch display”

Let’s have a look for the iPhone Specifications before the final verdict:-

iPhone 7 specifications

Processor                                                                                     Quad-core A10 Fusion

RAM                                                                                             2GB

Screen size                                                                                  4.7in

Screen resolution                                                                           1,334 x 750

Screen type                                                                                   IPS

Front camera                                                                                 7 megapixels

Rear camera                                                                                 12 megapixels

Flash Quad                                                                                     LED

GPS                                                                                               Yes

Compass                                                                                      Yes

Storage (free)                                                                                 32GB, 128GB, 256GB

Memory card slot (supplied)                                                             None

Wi-Fi                                                                                             802.11ac

Bluetooth                                                                                       Bluetooth 4.2

NFC                                                                                              Yes

Wireless data                                                                                 3G, 4G

Dimensions                                                                                   138 x 67 x 7.1mm

Weight                                                                                           138g

Operating system                                                                           iOS 10.0

Battery size                                                                                    1,960mAh

Verdict
It might sound strange to say this when talking about the most valuable company in the world, but Apple doesn’t always get the credit it deserves for its engineering efforts. The A10 Fusion chip inside the iPhone 7 is a prime example of a company at the top of its game, and the way everything just comes together, especially on the iPhone 7, is nothing short of spectacular. We’ve been using the device for over two months now, and it still manages to delight us every single day.

Yet, if you believe everything you read, you’ll come away with the impression that Apple is a marketing company that happens to be in the technology business, and its success is down to its ability to convince people to pay for its products, instead of any real technical acumen. Nothing could be further from the truth.

 

 

I rate this phone 4 star

And oh!! It’s APPLE iPHONE…….

 

Buy Now

Edited by Suman Saurabh

 

 

 

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