iPhone 7 reviews, Plus models popular, Smart Photos


Reviews of iPhone 7 — John Martellero writes “What Apple did instead [of putting in an OLED display] was to combine some really great incremental improvements, such as the camera(s) with terrific performance improvement of the A10 Fusion processor and wrap it in a seductive pair of new colors”. Over on Apple Insider, Daniel Eran Dilgerhas a mega-review of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus: “Apple’s latest iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are faster, sport significantly better cameras, expand system-wide haptics in iOS 10 with a new solid state Home button and Taptic Engine, introduce Wide Color and other major Retina HD technology improvements without changing their display resolutions, add new water resistance and include updates to system components ranging from RAM to storage to wireless capabilities.”

Shoppers looking at Apple’s iPhone leaning towards Plus models, mid-tier memory, survey finds — A larger proportion of people are now choosing Plus-sized iPhone models, while about half of buyers are picking mid-tier storage, according to an RBC Capital Markets survey shared with AppleInsider. [Seems like the dual cameras sway them – I propose Apple could add this feature to the normal-sized iPhone 7 with the ‘s’ model in a few months.]

Inside iOS 10: Examining the new smart Photos features — With the new iOS 10 and macOS Sierra updates Apple introduced a set of automated Photos tools, like new machine learning algorithms that automatically identify faces and places, that combine to make image search and organization easier than ever.


One thought on “iPhone 7 reviews, Plus models popular, Smart Photos”

  1. Re. Mr Martellero’s iPhone 7 review: pros are a given. The cameras, speed of processing, the screen. Excellent. I have had a play myself. Con – just how good audio quality-wise is the miniature DAC in the dongle adapter used to connect wired headphones? I would not like to rely on it: I’d prefer a separate DAC, say OPPO’s HA-2. Aside – Apple’s new W1 wireless earpods: these have batteries – how long before a toddler swallows an earpod, causing serious injury or death?? Horrible thought, but toddlers have swallowed batteries before with terrible consequences. Australians have commented about earpods and babies.


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