Every year Apple has something special in store for the buyers, and 2016 was no exception, as we saw the release of the iPhone 7. This release became one of the most talked about tech events of the year, and iPhone 7 is still very popular with Nigerian users. Find out more about the specs and prices of the iPhone 7 right now!
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1. iPhone 7 specs
Apple introduced both minor and major changes with the 2016 iPhone redesign, and here is a detailed look at the specs of iPhone 7.
1. Design and display
Visually, iPhone 7 looks very similar to its 2015 predecessor, the iPhone 6S. There is the same brushed aluminium body with rounded edges, but the selection of colors has changed: Apple got rid of the Space Grey color option while adding two brand new colors, Black and Jet Black, which join Silver, Gold, and Rose Gold as color options.
For the first time in Apple’s history, the iPhone 7 became a waterproof device. It comes with a 4.7-inch screen, 3D Touch, and 1334x750p resolution. One of the most divisive decisions made by Apple was the decision to remove the headphone jack - now you’ll either need to use the wireless AirPods, or use a special connector that allows you to plug your regular headphones into the Lightning port.
Performance has always been a strong side of Apple smartphones. The iPhone 7 features a A10 Fusion chip, a quad-core processor, and a hexa-core graphics processor. The iOS10 is pre-installed on the device, and there are three storage options: 32GB, 128GB, and 256GB versions. The iPhone 7 supports 4G LTE, but doesn’t support memory cards.
3. Camera and battery
On paper, the primary camera of the iPhone 7 looks identical to the camera of the iPhone 6S with the same 12MP capability. However, with the all-new sensor and advanced photography features like Optical Image Stabilisation, the iPhone 7 will deliver an outstanding quality of photos. The front camera, which you can use for selfies and FaceTime, has been upgraded from 5MP to 7MP and still uses the Retina Flash technology to light up your photos.
iPhone 7 features a 1960mAh battery, which has been designed specifically for heavy internet use. The device will give you up to 14 hours of talk time, 14 hours of Wi-Fi use, or 12 hours of LTE use on a single charge.
2. iPhone 7 price in Nigeria
Apple smartphones are not the most affordable mobile phones in the market: back in 2016 the price for the iPhone 7 could be as high as ₦450,000 for the model with the biggest storage. Today, you can buy a brand new iPhone 7 for ₦300,000-₦350,000, and you can get your new iPhone for half of that price if you shop on Jiji - a neatly used iPhone 7 will cost you just around ₦180,000.
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