September 20, 2016
The Apple iPhone 7 has finally been released and has gone on sale with the trademark queues at Apple stores around the world resurfacing. It is a well known fact that Apple makes sophisticated phones, and in this view I have decided to bring you details about the new iPhone 7 which makes it spectacular. Below are it’s specifications in terms of design, hardware and storage, Cameras, Display and resolution, Pricing, Where and how to buy here in Nigeria.
The iPhone 7 comes in 5 different colours which are Rose Gold, Gold, Silver, Black, Jet Black and also comes in different capacities of storage and memory which are 32GB, 128GB and 256GB. It weighs 138grams and has a screen display of 4.7 inches and 750 x 1334 pixels, no memory card slot as usual and a 2GB RAM. It’s primary camera is 12 megapixel, long lasting battery and it’s dust and water resistant (up to 1 meter and 30 minutes) with an IP67 rating. The above listed are some of the high-points of the phone apart from it’s wireless charging function and wireless headphones of course but it comes with a Lightning to 3.5mm headphone adapter in the box so you can still use wired headphones with it but note that it doesn’t have the headphones jack which is why you will have to use the adpter if you opt for wired headphones. It features the famed iOS 10 and have a great sound quality almost beating that of HTC as it’s loud, very loud.
To the next striking point, the iPhone 7 looks a lot like the iPhone 6S and 6 before it. If you go for one of the standard colours then it’s almost identical. Having said this, i think it’s best to go for the jet black so as to really stand out.
In terms of outward beauty, I believe it would be safe to say Samsung has clearly out-designed Apple. Just had to chip that in even though this post isn’t about comparing Apple and Samsung phones, but do look out for a post in the coming days or weeks about a comparison between iPhone 7 and Samsung galaxy S7.
If you look closely at the 3rd paragraph you do understand it, in my own opinion you will realize there isn’t much of an upgrade from the previous iPhone 6 series which consists of the iPhone 6, iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6 plus. Right now in our country Nigeria, i hope it would be safe to say buying the newly released iPhone 7 isn’t wouldn’t be economically sound giving the state of how things are even as we don’t really have installment payment options in this side of the world compared to how advanced countries and their network providers would have the phone on contracts already thereby making it easier for them to buy. over here, the minimum amount one would have to cough out to get the cheapest iPhone 7 which is the one with 32GB capacity would be roughly N280,000 while the highest would be close to N345,000 and that’s just converting the cost in dollars to our Naira directly without putting into consideration the cost of shipping and amongst other details. To confirm price and to buy, click below: