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Apple iPhone 7 Single SIM 4G 256GB Silver

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Long product name Apple iPhone 7 Single SIM 4G 256GB Silver :
The short editorial description of Apple iPhone 7 Single SIM 4G 256GB Silver

11.938 cm (4.7 ") , 1334 x 750, Retina HD, A10 + M10, 256GB, Touch ID, 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.2, NFC, 12MP + 7MP, iOS 10
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Apple iPhone 7, 4.7", 256 GB, 12 MP, iOS, 10, Silver
Long summary description Apple iPhone 7 Single SIM 4G 256GB Silver :

Apple iPhone 7. Display diagonal: 4.7", Display resolution: 1334 x 750 pixels, Display type: IPS. Processor family: Apple, Processor model: A10. RAM capacity: 2 GB, Internal storage capacity: 256 GB. Rear camera resolution (numeric): 12 MP. SIM card capability: Single SIM, 4G. Operating system installed: iOS, Operating system version: 10. Battery capacity: 1960 mAh. Color of product: Silver. Weight: 4.87 oz (138 g)

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Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2016-12-05
Testseek has collected 254 expert reviews for Apple iPhone 7 4G 256GB Silver and the average expert rating is 85 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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Source Review comments Score
phonearena.com
Updated:
2016-12-05
Apple's latest smartphones are easily among the most-anticipated launches of the year, with billions of fans eagerly looking forward to what the company comes up with next. Rarely arriving without controversy, a new iPhone will inevitably inspire some of...
Good Incredible battery life, Beautiful design skilfully hides antenna lines, Bright, bold, colorful display, Stereo sound is a welcome addition, Lightning EarPods sound as good as ever, Fantastic showcase for iOS 10's new features, A10 Fusion delivers on perf...
Bad Loyal headphone jack, you will be missed, Stereo sound balance needs EQ work, Lack of clicky home button will take (some) getting used to, Can't charge while using wired headphones, Jet black finish limited to more expensive storage options...
Bottom line Apple's honed its smartphone-making game to the point where it's easy to see the launch of a new year's model and quickly get cynical about how everything's just business as usual, or how the company's afraid to take big risks with its phones.But with the...
93%
goodhousekeeping.com
Updated:
2016-12-05
Apple's iPhone 7 debuted in early September at their annual keynote address with a few buzzy features like water-resistance, no headphone jack, and an improved camera — but we had to take it for a spin in our Consumer Electronics Lab to see how well it re...
Good Waterresistant, Clearer photos, Longer battery life than iPhone 6S, New featurepacked iOS 10, Faster processor...
Bad Not shatterproof, No headphone jack, No home button...
90%
slashgear.com
Updated:
2016-12-05
It's ironic, a new iPhone is usually the specter hanging over rival smartphones, but it's the promise of their unannounced successor that looms above the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus . Mauled even before launch by vocal criticism of Apple's decision to aban...
Good Excellent camera performance, Finally waterresistant, iOS 10 and the A10 Fusion are fast and smooth, Display is beautiful...
Bad RIP headphone jack, Jet Black is a scratchmagnet, Your old cases probably won't fit...
90%
phonescoop.com
Updated:
2016-12-05
Apple's iPhone 7 is here. It's not much different from the 2015 iPhone 6s and 2014 iPhone 6, at least outwardly. Everything on the inside has been overhauled, and, as the saying goes, true beauty lies within. If you don't mind Apple's two-year-old design...
90%
notebookcheck.net
Updated:
2016-12-05
Now, it is also waterproof. The case of the new iPhone is now also protected against water and dust. There are also improvements in respect to the camera as well as the display, combined with a lot of performance. A headphone jack is, however, not availab...
Good very sophisticated and light case, protected against water and dust, comprehensive sensor equipment, many mobile frequencies, intuitive software with useful apps, high WLAN transfer rates, good GPS accuracy, very good camera, very precise control elements...
Bad only 12 months warranty, no 3.5 mm headphone jack, pretty low resolution of the display, NFC only for Apple Pay, pretty expensive, no microSDslot, voice quality not perfect, noticeable warming, speakers only average...
Bottom line In review: Apple iPhone 7.The Apple iPhone 7 will certainly not be remembered as a revolution on the smartphone market. If you believe the rumors, Apple is saving the revolution for the 10th anniversary of the iPhone next year. The manufacturer still...
90%
goodhousekeeping.com
Updated:
2016-12-05
We've been waiting a long time for the new iPhone 7 , and yesterday Apple finally spilled the details about its features in its keynote address. While we haven't gotten our hands on an actual model to try, there are a lot of features that our engineers in...
90%
Pocketnow.com
Updated:
2016-12-05
It's the best iPhone ever! Though, the iPhone 7 arrives at a time when consumers are holding onto their phones for longer stretches of time, and this premium phone faces intense competition from mid-range and flagship phones from last year. Will this phon...
Good Water Resistance, Increased Storage, Improved Camera...
Bad Conservative Design, Poorer Headphone Performance, Poorer Battery Life...
Bottom line Few companies can generate an emotional response like Apple can. The iPhone 7 is a good phone, but for every step forward we find with lifestyle features, there seems to be a step back somewhere else. Trading pieces around, in many ways the iPhone 7 fee...
87%
photographyblog.com
Updated:
2016-12-05
The Apple iPhone 7 is the latest iOS smartphone and is the follow up to last year's iPhone 6S. It features a 12 megapixel camera, with an f/1.8 fixed length (28mm equivalent) lens. Although it has the same resolution as its predecessor, Apple claims that...
80%
macworld.com
Updated:
2016-12-05
Every year, Apple releases the best iPhone ever, but the iPhone 7 feels different somehow. All of its major details leaked ahead of time, not to mention a good handful of rumors about next fall's iPhone, which could be a major redesign with an OLED screen...
Bottom line The things that are great about the iPhone 7—primarily its speed and the camera—are likely to be even better in the next generation. On the other hand, the things that aggravate me about this iPhone—namely, the weird Home button and the aggravation of...
80%
pcmag.com
Updated:
2016-12-05
Yes, it looks just like an iPhone 6s. But Apple's iPhone 7 ($649 for 32GB, sizes up to 256GB) is full of targeted upgrades that look like they'll improve photo, video, and gaming performance—as long as you're willing to attach a dongle to your headphones...
Good Faster processor, Brighter screen, Better camera, Front-facing speakers...
Bad Many of its "firsts" aren't actually firsts, No headphone jack, Lacks the iPhone 7 Plus's dual cameras...
Bottom line Apple's iPhone 7 looks like a good upgrade for people who like taking photos, playing videos, and gaming on their phone...
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imore.com
Updated:
2016-12-05
Incredibly intelligent, amazing new options, one headphone jack lighter.Rene Ritchie has been covering Apple and the personal technology industry for almost a decade. Editor-in-chief of iMore, executive editor for Mobile Nations, video and podcast host, y...
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steves-digicams.com
Updated:
2016-12-05
Big news out of Cupertino today as Apple launched the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus smartphones... the fastest, most powerful, longest lasting phones Apple has ever made, not to mention some thrilling updates on the camera front. Let's first talk about w...
0%
bgr.com
Updated:
2016-12-05
Apple's new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus aren't expected to be released until next Friday, September 16th. In fact, they haven't even been announced yet at this point. But that apparently hasn't stopped one site from managing to get its hands on a pre-relea...
0%
hardwaresecrets.com
Updated:
2016-12-05
Since its inception, the iPhone has been a well-designed, meticulously produced and innovative product. The iPhone 7 is still a thing of beauty with its thin, strong body and its power and speed, yet this year's model is lacking in innovation.Playing Catc...
0%
lanoc.org
Updated:
2016-12-05
So over the past few years I have reviewed 23 different mobile devices and on top of that I have tested and used at least another 23. In that time I have used every variation of Android available, Windows phones, multiple Blackberrys, and even a few Palm...
Bottom line As a regular Android user for years, adjusting to iOS took more time than it normally takes when adjusting to a new phone. I had to get used to all of the different OS quirks and navigation commands and also find comparable apps to what I use on Android...
0%
bgr.com
Updated:
2016-12-05
We recently discussed how trivial and ridiculous it is to judge a person by what type of smartphone he or she uses . In fact, it's absolutely preposterous to concern yourself even the slightest bit with what type of phone complete strangers might use. Unl...
0%
gottabemobile.com
Updated:
2016-12-05
The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus hide the best upgrades inside with a phone that can survive a drop into water, deliver longer battery life and perform magic with the camera.Buyers who are looking for a new phone need to consider the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 P...
0%
bgr.com
Updated:
2016-12-05
The iPhone 7 was supposed to be something of a snoozer, nothing more than a relatively boring upgrade whose primary purpose was to hold us over until next year's redesigned iPhone 8 .In truth, the iPhone 7 is a compelling device in its own right. Packed w...
0%
bgr.com
Updated:
2016-12-05
The iPhone 7 sports one of the best smartphone cameras that has ever existed. Reviews from professional photographers and many photo and video samples already make that point. But DxOMark's iPhone 7 camera review is certainly worth a read, as it explains...
0%
bgr.com
Updated:
2016-12-05
When I reviewed Apple's iPhone 6 two years ago, I wrote about how different reviewing an iPhone is compared to reviewing any other smartphone — or any other product at all, for that matter. A reviewer's job is generally to present an overview of a product...
0%
newatlas.com
Updated:
2016-12-05
The iPhone 7 isn't quite the new black, but it does establish a new high watermark for "basic." Like a great pair of jeans, the iPhone 7 is straightforward, versatile and attractive. If it fits you well, it's worth it, even if some specs fall short of sup...
0%
macworld.com
Updated:
2016-12-05
Apple improved almost everything about the iPhone 7, from the processor to the camera. Then they took away the headphone jack. Do the iPhone 7's drawbacks ruin the experience?...
0%
recombu.com
Updated:
2016-12-05
iPhone 7 Review: Apple's latest iPhone sports several improvements over last year's iPhone 6s, but is it still worth an upgrade? Here's our full Apple iPhone 7 review.When Apple revealed the iPhone 7 in its massive Cupertino launch event, Cook and co. gav...
Good Water resistant, Strong allround camera, Decent battery life, Solid performance...
Bad No expandable storage, No headphone jack...
Bottom line If you already own last year's iPhone 6s or 6s Plus, there's little reason to step up to the seven. Sure there's a fair few improvements, such as the water resistant design and new better-in-low-light camera, but nothing that'll blow your mind.Once you ge...
0%
bgr.com
Updated:
2016-12-05
The worst thing about listening to the iPhone announcement was the cold, terrifying realization that I might have to buy an iPhone 7 Plus. If you believed the team of Jobs disciples on stage, there's no way you could pass up the iPhone 7 Plus's dual camer...
0%
wired.com
Updated:
2016-12-05
Remember when the iPhone was exciting? When every new design and app was an event in itself? When copy-paste was a feature to line up for? Those days are gone. Now, each year's unprecedented combination of incredible technology feels ordinary, even expect...
0%
macworld.com
Updated:
2016-12-05
The first batch of iPhone 7 and 7 Plus reviews are out after five days of hands-on time , and the early word is mostly positive. The camera in particular is a stand-out, and the two lenses on the 7 Plus produce results that easily stand up to the competit...
0%
wsj.com
Updated:
2016-12-05
You've heard the bad news: Apple removed the headphone jack from the new iPhone.Here's the good news: They filled that space with precious, life-sustaining battery and other practical stuff.Apple's $650 iPhone 7 and $770 iPhone 7 Plus aren't the holograph...
0%
bgr.com
Updated:
2016-12-05
The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are almost here, which means early reviews are in . Unsurprisingly, certain features are highly praised, like the new camera and battery life, while others not so much — yes, the 3.5mm headphone jack is one of the things ann...
0%
bgr.com
Updated:
2016-12-05
Apple's strict public relations policies are nowhere near as strict as they once were. Why should you care? Today, it means that what was once a small and select group of early reviewers is now a much larger pot for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. More re...
0%
yahoo.com
Updated:
2016-12-05
Report issueAaAaAaAaAaWe, the people, may complain about how exhausting it is to keep up with the annual flood of new smartphones from Apple (APPL) and Samsung, and so on. But look at the bright side: At least you don't have to create the annual set of ne...
0%
notebookcheck.net
Updated:
2016-12-05
Now, it is also waterproof. Apple has introduced the latest generation of its smartphones just recently, but the run on the new smartphones has already begun. We use this opportunity for the very first live review in the history of Notebookcheck...
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