An upgraded sensor combined with a brighter quad-LED flash promises clearer low-light photos on the iPhone 7, meaning that it will be even easier to get that quality ‘gram in a dark restaurant. The real upgrades, though, come on the iPhone 7 Plus, which features two lenses for a 2x optical zoom that preserves the quality of the image. As for those selfies, a new feature that will be available in a software update later this year mimics the shallow depth of field of a DSLR camera, making the subject crystal clear and blurring the background of the photo.
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#2 You no longer need to worry about dropping your phone to the pool
The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are water- and dust-resistant with an IP67 protection standard, which means they can handle one meter of water for up to 30 minutes.
#3 Comes in Shiny shades
Like black matte, gold, silver, and rose gold finishes in a jet-black high gloss finish.
#4 Home Button Game Going Strong
A new force-sensitive home button (rather than mechanical) can judge the amount of pressure that a user applies and act accordingly.
#5 Bid Adieu to the Headphone Jack
The new iPhone 7 will no longer have a place to insert your classic earbuds. An adapter will fit headphones into the Lightning port, but if you go for Apple’s new, you won’t need to plug your headphones in at all.
#6 It costs as much as I Phone 6 and 6 Plus