iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus hit the stores, the 128 GB variant is the most popular

The new iPhones are now officially on sale Apple’s retail locations and online stores around the world have begun selling the new models, while the first customers have already received their shipments made in the last two weeks. As usual with the iPhone launches, the new smartphones caused plenty of impatient customers lining up around the stores to get a device. Now as a few days has passed, we can learn that the bigger 5.5-inch iPhone is more popular than the 4.7-inch variant in the United States. The initial sales report shows that more than 50% of the customers have[…]

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First camera samples from the iPhone 7 Plus dual-lens camera

Official photos taken with the 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus Sunday’s NFL game between the Titans and the Vikings was a great time for Sports Illustrated photographer D. Klutho to test the brand new iPhone 7 Plus and the innovative dual-lens camera setup. Klutho captured several photos with the 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus and tested its zoom capabilities, and wider aperture for photos and videos. All images were captured during good light conditions and we can see that the iPhone produces crisp photos with vibrant colors. However, this is not the best thing in the new model’s camera, as most modern[…]

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iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are now official with many improvements

Force-sensitive home button, improved camera and more Apple yesterday announced its 2017 hardware refresh to the iPhone. The 7th major version comes in two screen sizes – 4.7-inch & 5.5-inch. Despite the fact that Apple increased the numbering from 6 to 7, the new iPhone are not so dramatically different compared with the old generation. However, there are a number of small, visible and hidden changes which every fan of the iPhone should admire. The new models feature a 64-bit processor A10 Fusion which, according to benchmark tests, is faster than A9 found in the iPad Pro. iPhone 7 and[…]

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Early benchmark tests reveal a quite capable iPhone 7

iPhone 7 is faster than the iPad Pro While everybody’s eyes are on the big Apple event tomorrow, waiting to see what Tim Cook has cooked up, the iPhone 7’s leaks and rumors haven’t stopped popping up. The latest leak comes in a form of a benchmark test, to reveal us interesting details about the 4.7-inch iPhone 7’s performance. The Geekbench test has listed a device codenamed iPhone 9,3 with 2GB of RAM, which means we are talking about the smaller iPhone (4.7-inch). We have already reported that only the 5.5-inch iPhone may be getting more RAM (3GB). However, even[…]

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Claimed photo of iPhone 7 Plus reveals a dual-lens camera

More evidence that the 5.5-inch iPhone 7 may feature a dual-lens camera system The latest iPhone 7 leak points to a dual-lens camera for the 5.5-inch variant. An alleged spy image of the iPhone 7 Plus suggests that Apple may really use the rumored dual-lens camera configuration for the bigger iPhone 7, despite previous reports that technical difficulties might have stopped Apple’s plans for the imaging department. Sources from China revealed earlier this month that the new camera might not be ready in time for the iPhone 7’s production. But if Apple really uses this new dual-lens configuration in iPhone[…]

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How to install public iOS Betas on your iPhone or iPad

You can download new iOS releases before the regular users Ahead of major iOS releases, Apple allows interested parties (regular users and developers) to download the beta software, report bugs and test the new features. All iPhone and iPad users who are eager to try new things before everyone, and those who don’t mind living with some software bugs, can install the latest public iOS beta right now. Here is how to install iOS beta releases: Create a back up using iTunes, so you could downgrade to the official iOS version if you need to. iCloud backups are not working[…]

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