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Should I Buy An Iphone 7 Plus



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Anyone who thinks Apple doesn't release affordable phones should get familiar with the iPhone SE 2020. Released nearly two years ago, this compact iPhone featured specs that matched the leading iPhones at the time for a very low price. These days, the iPhone SE's $399 cost is $300 less than the $699 iPhone 13 mini.


Other design elements of the iPhone SE will be familiar to iPhone 7 owners, for good and for bad. The newer phone has an IP67 water-resistance rating, meaning a dunk in 1 meter of water for 30 minutes shouldn't pose a problem. That's unchanged from the iPhone 7, as is the lack of a headphone jack on either phone.


Apple says the iPhone SE should have about the same battery life as the iPhone 8, which showed a marginal improvement over the iPhone 7 when we ran our tests years ago. To that end, the iPhone SE averaged 9 hours, 18 minutes on our battery test involving continuous surfing over LTE. That's below average for a current smartphone and well behind what the iPhone 11 delivers.


At this point, most users should by a more recent iPhone model, but the iPhone 7 models still remain quite capable although they no longer support the current version of the iOS, so app support will start to wane from here on out. They are particularly affordable on the used market, though.


"THE IPHONE 7 PLUS BOKEH IS BEAUTIFUL"The idea is: the farther you go away from the point of focus (in the depth axis), the blurrier things should get (more or less). The blurry area is called the Circle of Confusion and how blurry each pixel is can be calculated by looking at how far the pixel is from the camera.


In this picture, both phones have created their bokeh effect instantaneously (no wait time). In my opinion, the iPhone 7 Plus bokeh is beautiful. However, there is a weird blur-bleeding (halo/fuzz) around the shoulders and head that should not be there.


The iPhone currently runs on iOS 10.2, and in general Apple does an excellent job at upgrading the OS for most users. Hats-off to that. If you have an iPhone that is a few years old, you should still get timely updates with new features. This is one of the things where Apple does much better than Android (except for Google phones).


It might be a good idea to bump up to 64 GB if you want to store plenty of pictures and videos, and load up a few of your favourite albums while saving room for apps. 128 GB should give you enough room to sync your photo library, store all your favourite music, download dozens of podcasts, and have every app you need at your fingertips.


The good news is that all iPhones have excellent selfie cameras -- but some are better than others. If you're just posting a pic to Instagram, then any iPhone really should be good enough. If you are planning to print out some large portraits, a higher-quality camera might be worth the investment.


The Plus models always get better battery life than the smaller iPhone, and the iPhone 7 Plus is no exception. All-in-all, you should be able to get a day and a half of use from your phone, which is about an hour longer than what you would get with the iPhone 6S Plus.


A departure from the classic iPhone design, the iPhone X has a hyper-modern, sleek aesthetic. One of the most notable features of the iPhone X versus earlier models is Face ID. If you value the security of the data on your device, this functionality should put your mind at ease.


First of all, you should look to save space by disabling features that you rarely (if ever) use. The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are set up by default to use a lot of space, particularly when taking photos and videos. Here are three features you can remove to conserve space.


The iPhone 7 line is now water resistant: IP67 certification means you can dunk the phone in shallow water for half an hour. That doesn't mean you should take it swimming, just that you don't have to worry about dropping it in the sink, or well, the toilet. I submerged both iPhone 7s in a bowl of water for 30 minutes with no problems. You can't do that with the iPhone 6s, although you can with the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. Apple recommends that you let the Lightning port dry out for five hours after getting it wet before plugging it in again, to prevent short circuits.


There's one big difference between the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus in terms of performance, although it didn't show up in benchmarks: While the iPhone 7 has 2GB of RAM, the 7 Plus has 3GB. That should help the 7 Plus's performance when you're flipping between multiple apps.


Why should I buy it? You want a new iPhone, but you don't need the top of the line. Compared to older models, you get an improved camera and a bit more battery life (an extra hour's worth, compared to the iPhone 13, according to Apple). A storage option of up to 512MB exceeds some older models.


Why should I buy it? Well, you want the top of the line. You get a bigger display, longer battery life, faster processor and all the bells and whistles. Plus, the price is the same as last year's Apple 13 Pro Max.


Price, though, shouldn't be your only consideration. A lower price may mean an Apple Authorized Service Provider isn't providing the repair. If your phone is under warranty and you do not use an Authorized Apple Service Provider, you will void your warranty. However, if your phone is not under warranty, it may make financial sense to go with a third-party repair service. Keep in mind that while Apple provides a one-year warranty, if you purchased your iPhone with a credit card, many credit card issuers extend the warranty by up to a year.


Another thing you should consider when using the telephoto lens on the iPhone 7 Plus is that not only does it make the subject appear closer, but it also changes the relationship between the subject and the background.


Out of all the iPhones announced during Apple's fall event, the iPhone 14 Pro Max stands tall for the longest-lasting battery life. Apple says that the larger Pro model should last for up to 29 hours of video playback. If the 14 Pro Max is a step-up from the 13 Pro Max, which had an impressive endurance when tested, there are good times ahead for the new iPhone.


Technically, both the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max have the best iPhone camera systems to date, so you can't go wrong with either one. The benefit of the Pro Max's larger display is that it functions as an expansive viewfinder when shooting photos and videos. The 6.7-inch panel should can also be of greater use for video editing on the go.


The one and only reason to buy the smaller iPhone 14 Pro over the Pro Max is size preference. The regular iPhone 14 Pro is arguably the safer, less-fatiguing phone to use among the flagship duo. Its 6.1-inch display fits more comfortably in a hand and users switching over from older iPhones should feel at home with the palm-friendly size. Still, the iPhone 14 Pro comes with the same multi-camera system as the Pro Max, as well as all the exciting new safety and Dynamic Island features.


Apple made it clear during its 'Far Out' keynote that the iPhone 14 Plus has the best battery life ever on an iPhone. That's a big claim, but one that's not surprising. ZDNET has tested every iPhone to date and always found the larger "Plus" and "Pro Max" options to yield the most enduring performance. In the case of the new 14 Plus, Apple says that the phone should last up to 26 hours of video playback, besting the iPhone 14 and 14 Pro.


There's nothing more hypnotic than walking into an Apple store and seeing all the poppy iPhone colors perfectly laid out for you to play with. Between the Pro and non-Pro iPhones this year, the latter is noticeably more adventurous with its color options and should appeal to a wider range of consumers. If you're dead set on a red, blue, or purple iPhone, then look no further than the regular 14.


Meanwhile, the iPhone 13 offers a 12MP front camera without autofocus and with an ƒ/2.2 aperture. This means that the iPhone 14 should signficantly out-perform the iPhone 13 in terms of front-facing camera performance.


1. From your iPhone's home screen, select the "Settings" icon.2. Click on the name associated with your Apple ID account (it should be the first option you see in the settings list).3. Select your iPhone from the device list.4. Your iPhone model should be listed under Device info.


If your phone has a broken screen, you should also be aware that it will not get the maximum value possible. Get some quotes on a repair, as it may be worth your while having it repaired and then sold for more. Here's our pick of the best retailers to get your smartphone fixed fast. 041b061a72


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