If you didn’t know by now, iPhone 7 will be released next month and it seems it will be better than the devices Apple had. The new iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus will have new features in the attempt of getting more people to use these devices. Even though there will always be people for and against Apple, this new device might be a good one if the company pays attention to what its consumers want.
There were rumours on the Internet about this new phone and we can’t wait to find out which of them are true. One of the biggest changes iPhone 7 could have is the lack of a headphone jack. This way, the new device will be slimmer and more water-resistant. Another rumor, published by MacRumors, says that Apple might have some problems with the supply shortages as there are more interested people in this phone than they would expect.
It is possible that the new iPhone will have a feature that allows us to pay for public transit just by using our phones. We do not know for sure if the device that will be launched in September will have this feature.
Apple wants to build a chip into iPhones from Japan so users will have just to wave their phone in front a payment terminal. It will process the transaction in less than one second and this could be really helpful in big cities such as Tokio or New York. Another important thing is that iPhone 7 will be the last phone made by Apple with a Home button. They want to make their devices thinner and this is why the button might be gone in 2017. In its place it could be a Touch ID sensor, that will let you make contactless payments.
The new iPhone could have better security features too and Apple promised it would be thinner, faster and you will be impressed by it. MacWorld also said that the iPhone 7 Plus will have a five and half inch screen and also dual-camera lens.
We just have to wait a little time and we will find out if this new device is what we expected. We are sure there will be a lot of buyers in America and Europe. However, there are countries, such as China, where Apple has more to prove before it will become popular.
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