The long awaited iPhone 7 was finally released on Friday the 16th. I had the pleasure of ordering this device for you guys and showing off it’s elements as I have always been a great fan of Apple products. This post features an iPhone 7 unboxing and all the pictures to go along with it! At first I was surprised they had removed the aux port and was not quite sure how customers would feel about this.
After reflection though it probably was a move that was overdue for an alternative method as it allows for a larger capacity battery and higher specification of the phone with the room saved! Quite honestly I cannot agree more that the iPhone 7 although not extremely different visually from the iPhone 6 is fantastic to use. The phone has an improved home button that supports 3D Touch, rather than pressing a physical button the new home button features a pressure sensitive fingerprint reader.
Secondly, the most fascinating feature I was waiting for was a water resistant phone and Apple have managed to do this, I first noticed this on the iPhone 7 unboxing when opening the sim-card tray which has a rubber lined edge to keep the water out. It required a lot more force than the iPhone 6s did to remove the tray but after seeing the edge I soon realised why.
Below are images from the iPhone 7 unboxing and they feature the phone. Accessories and a view of the iPhone converter that is included on the other side of the headphones within the box. You may have read my previous post with the iPhone 7’s full features, it is available here.
iPhone 7 Unboxing images:
iPhone 7 Conclusion:
Whether it be the non-existent Aux connector or the new stereo speaker system the Apple iPhone 7 has truly shook the phone industry and brought new qualities to the table.
In conclusion I would wholly recommend the iPhone 7 for anyone that is wanting to upgrade their device. The water resistant element is a great feature that has been long awaited. For all those who drop phones in all sorts of places this phone is perfect for you. It takes some getting familiar with but overall it is worth it.
If you have any questions I shall answer these for you.