How the iPhone 7 Plus will be the biggest selling phone of the year – and which iPhone 7 models will make it to store shelves?
The iPhone 7 is finally here.
The best smartphones are here, but how many will make the cut?
With the Apple event in New York City this week, we’re finally starting to see some handsets in stores.
Here’s what you need to know about the iPhone and what’s to come in September.
The iPhone 7 features a 5.7-inch, 554 x 2160 IPS LCD screen with a 1.8GHz octa-core processor, 64GB of storage and a 2,160mAh battery.
The screen size is the same as the 7 Plus, but the screen has a higher pixel density of 854ppi and is slightly taller than the 7.
It also has a 5-megapixel rear camera and a 1-megapixel front camera.
The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will both be available in October.
There are also a number of upgrades to the iPhone 8, including the inclusion of the ‘iPhone XS Max’ which will feature a 10-inch 1080p OLED display with 4G LTE support.
There’s also a new wireless charging pad which can be used for iPhone XS, XS Plus and XR models.
Apple also announced an upgrade for the iPhone X, the iPhone Max, which will include a 10.5-inch Retina OLED display, 4G, LTE and Wi-Fi.
The iPhone X will be available to purchase starting September 29th.
The phone will be $999 with a 128GB microSD card and a $1,499 with 256GB microsd card, but that price does include a $100 phone fee.
The Max is $999, with 128GB, 256GB and 512GB micro SD cards, but with the $100 extra you get the ability to upgrade to a 64GB micro sd card.
If you’re not sure which model of iPhone you want, the best thing to do is just ask the sales rep at the store you’re buying from.
Apple is also introducing a new $10 per month upgrade program that will allow you to upgrade your phone to the latest model of the iPhone.
You’ll be able to get your phone for just $9.99 and then upgrade for $10 a month.
Apple also revealed the iPhone 9.
The handset will be unveiled in September, priced at $999 and sporting a 5GHz quad-core CPU and 8GB of RAM.
The display will sport a resolution of 1440×900, a larger pixel density than the iPhone 6s Plus, a bigger fingerprint sensor, and Apple Pay support.
Apple has also announced a new ‘iPhone’ app for iOS 9.
This app will allow users to create custom themes to use on the new iPhone.
The app will also allow you take screenshots of the screen, take photos of your phone and share them via social networks, so you can keep your memories and photos for years to come.
We’ll be covering the iPhone 10 and the iPhone 11 in September so check back for more coverage.