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iPhone 7 Reviews (85%)

iPhone 7 Reviews (85%) 1
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By gogi.in on 80

This was the first time I actually used a iPhone though really not that impressed, in fact you can get the same or better experience from most Android smartphones. Having said that the iPhone 7 Plus and the iPhone 8 Plus that comes with dual cameras are…

By beebom.com on 91

Apple claims that with iPhone 7, it made the best iPhone yet. Having tested and used the device, I have no reason to doubt that. While the 2016 iPhone still speaks the same design language that it did in 2014 and sheds the 3.5 mm audio jack, there is…

By Know Your Mobile on 70

Ditch those wired headphones and embrace the future, the iPhone 7 has set a precedent that other handset makers are sure to follow. It’s Apple’s most powerful phone yet, and while the design is familiar, there’s plenty of stuff to make the upgrade…

By techadvisor.co.uk on 80

The iPhone 7 is an evolution of the 6S, so if you were expecting a revolution you’ll probably be slightly disappointed. However, aside from the underwhelming battery life, it is an excellent phone. It’s waterproof, has fantastic cameras and performance,…

By Tom’s Guide on 90

Both the OnePlus 5 and iPhone 7 Plus feature 5.5-inch screens, but they house them in different ways.At 6.07 x 2.91 x 0.28 inches, the OnePlus 5 is more compact than the 6.23 x 3.07 x 0.29-inch iPhone 7 Plus. OnePlus is making a point of how thin its…

By Alphr on 80

As usual with a new iPhone, there’s not much to talk about when it comes to price. Despite upping the base storage allocation from 16GB to 32GB (and about time too), the iPhone 7 costs the same as the iPhone 6s did when it launched in 2015. Well, it…

By Expert Reviews on 80

Certain models of the iPhone 7 have had problems with a component failing to load on the device’s main logic…

By Expert Reviews on 80

The iPhone 7 might cost £550, but it’s worth spending the extra on the iPhone…

By TopNewReview on 80

Only a marginal improvement over the iPhone 6s, but the iPhone 7 is still the best iPhone you can buy…

By Alphr on 80

As usual with a new iPhone, there’s not much to talk about when it comes to price. Despite upping the base storage allocation from 16GB to 32GB (and about time too), the iPhone 7 costs the same as the iPhone 6s did when it launched in 2015. Well, it…

By IT PRO on 80

Apple’s latest iPhone hits all the familiar notes you’d expect it to, and while it’s still an amazing device, there’s nothing here that we haven’t seen before. If you’re due for an upgrade, you’re unlikely to be disappointed, but don’t rush out to…

By CGM on 70

The latest iteration of the Gamevice for iPhone is one of the strongest members in the controller add-on market for mobile…

By PCMag IN on 80

Apple’s iPhone 7 looks like a good upgrade for people who like taking photos, playing videos, and gaming on their…

By Macworld UK on 60

While there are leaked LG G6 specs online, we’re waiting until the official announcement of the LG G6 at MWC 2017 before we decide which is the better smartphone. Make sure you check back after the announcement for our final…

By Ubergizmo on 90

The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are very good phones even if their design isn’t something to brag about. As long as you like and it and feel good using one, it’s fine. They are a bit different in the sense that they don’t compete directly with the rest of the…

By laptops.co.uk on 85

The new Apple iPhone 7 is excellent. It’s certainly an improvement on the iPhone 6s, but there are many aspects that haven’t changed much. Has it usurped the Samsung Galaxy S7 as the best smartphone? What we think Sleek and stylish, yet expensive…

By Gadgets360 on 90

It might sound strange to say this when talking about the most valuable company in the world, but Apple doesn’t always get the credit it deserves for its engineering efforts. The A10 Fusion chip inside the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus is a prime example…

By 3G UK on 90

The iPhone 7 is a solid upgrade over the iPhone 6S with some significant improvements where it counts, though we can probably expect the real advances to come with the next…

By Gadget Guy Australia on 90

It you’re an iPhone user and intend to stay one, the iPhone 7 will please you by being just a little bit better at everything, without being a revolutionary advance. If you’re an Android user switching over, you’ll likely be pleased with the iPhone 7…

By GSMArena on 84

So, is Apple giving haters something else to complain about or is there a hidden agenda? A long-term masterplan that most of us are unaware of? And does the average Joe care enough for it to hurt sales?But let’s not look that far ahead for a moment and…

By CNET Australia on 90

The iPhone 7’s notable camera, battery and water resistance improvements are worthwhile upgrades to a familiar phone design. But ask yourself if you really need an upgrade… and if the Plus might be a better…

By CNET UK on 90

The iPhone 7’s notable camera, battery and water resistance improvements are worthwhile upgrades to a familiar phone design. But ask yourself if you really need an upgrade… and if the Plus might be a better…

By PhotographyBLOG on 90

The Canon EOS 5D Mark IV builds on the proven design of its popular 4-year-old predecessor, the 5D Mark III, upgrading just about every aspect of its performance, which all adds up to a much better, yet still familiar, all-round camera for stills and…

By TechRadar on 80

If you’re going to buy a new iPhone, this is the one to get – there’s slightly longer battery life, a better camera, fast innards and protection against water. However, many of the changes are slight, and the iPhone 6S, for the lower price, suddenly becomes a very attractive option.

By Digit on 80

Much like any other iPhone, the iPhone 7 is also a great phone, but it isn’t the big upgrade over the iPhone 6S that you may have expected. It’s an upgrade for those using the iPhone 6 or below, but we’d still recommend waiting for the iPhone 8 if you…

By Wired UK on 70

The iPhone 7 is a good phone with decent upgrades. Not all the upgrades feel necessary or relevant but the handset does perform where it matters – speed and battery life. The latter being a particular surprise given the iPhone’s woeful battery…

By igyaan.in on 87

On the outset, the iPhone 7 appears not to be a major upgrade, the reality is far from it. Apart from all the Jet Black and matte black goodness of the antenna hiding new colour, the iPhone 7 also improves heavily on many other aspects. The phone is very well sealed and water…

By pickr.com.au on 90

More or less a forgone conclusion, you won’t be shocked to hear that the iPhone 7 is among the best in the range that Apple has crafted, but is it worthy of an upgrade?That’s a question that might not be as easy to answer, outside of the fanboys running…

By goodhousekeeping.com on 90

Apple’s iPhone 7 debuted in early September at their annual keynote address with a few buzzy features like water-resistance, no headphone jack, and an improved camera — but we had to take it for a spin in our Consumer Electronics Lab to see how well it…

By ePHOTOzine on 80

The iPhone 7 is an exquisitely built smartphone, with excellent build quality and design. The screen is clear with very good colour, and one of the most marketed features of the phone is the new camera. In this area, the iPhone 7 performs very well,…

By camerajabber.com on 87

If you don’t want to carry a dedicated camera all the time the iPhone 7 makes a good stand-in, especially in the day time. Its images have an impressive level of detail and colours, contrast and dynamic range are generally very good. As you’d expect,…

By Pocketnow on 87

Few companies can generate an emotional response like Apple can. The iPhone 7 is a good phone, but for every step forward we find with lifestyle features, there seems to be a step back somewhere else. Trading pieces around, in many ways the iPhone 7…

By SlashGear on 90

It’s ironic, a new iPhone is usually the specter hanging over rival smartphones, but it’s the promise of their unannounced successor that looms above the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus . Mauled even before launch by vocal criticism of Apple’s decision to…

By V3.co.uk on 80

The iPhone 7 isn’t a revolution, it just does things differently. Another solid…

By Phone Arena on 93

Apple’s honed its smartphone-making game to the point where it’s easy to see the launch of a new year’s model and quickly get cynical about how everything’s just business as usual, or how the company’s afraid to take big risks with its phones.But with…

By PCWorld New Zealand on 80

It’s a decent phone that’s very well made but represents poor value in the phone market on its own. However, buyer’s relationships with Apple and its ecosystem will dramatically affect…

By Good Gear Guide on 80

It’s a decent phone that’s very well made but represents poor value in the phone market on its own. However, buyer’s relationships with Apple and its ecosystem will dramatically affect…

By Canadian Reviewer on 90

While this is a fair observation that brings to question Apple’s desire or ability to evolve on past designs, there are a lot of features and functions that are brand new to the iPhone line that aim to keep it at the forefront of the smartphone industry…

By AppleInsider on 90

ReviewThursday, September 22, 2016, 05:38 am PT (08:38 am ET)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…

By Phone Scoop on 90

The iPhone 7 is a very good phone, but it’s not a perfect phone and it’s certainly not the best phone for many people.Things I like about the iPhone 7: it’s well-made and has a nice screen; call quality is much better; it’s really, really fast; battery…

By Digital Trends on 70

Unless you need a new phone right now, you should hold off or choose a different phone than the standard iPhone 7. The 7 Plus is more expensive, but a far nicer device, despite its daunting size. There is very little about the standard iPhone 7 that is…

By Macworld on 80

The things that are great about the iPhone 7—primarily its speed and the camera—are likely to be even better in the next generation. On the other hand, the things that aggravate me about this iPhone—namely, the weird Home button and the aggravation…

By Recombu on 90

If you already own last year’s iPhone 6s or 6s Plus, there’s little reason to step up to the seven. Sure there’s a fair few improvements, such as the water resistant design and new better-in-low-light camera, but nothing that’ll blow your mind.Once you…

By iLounge on 90

Pros: A forward-thinking device that offers a number of improvements. The iPhone 7 Plus’ dual-lens system is the next step in smartphone photography, and FaceTime improvements on both iPhones are notable. Battery life has improved. We still suggest…

By NotebookCheck on 90

The Apple iPhone 7 will certainly not be remembered as a revolution on the smartphone market. If you believe the rumors, Apple is saving the revolution for the 10th anniversary of the iPhone next year. The manufacturer still offers a very good high-end…

By Engadget on 91

Unless your hands can’t accommodate it, the iPhone 7 Plus is probably the iPhone you’re looking for. It takes the foundational improvements made to the iPhone 7 and packs them into a body with a crisper screen and beefier battery. While it might…

By Trusted Reviews on 70

iPhone 7 – Battery Life I’ve already mentioned that the iPhone 7’s battery life is a problem, and it really is. I’ve found myself constantly out of juice before getting ready to hit the pillow, even on days when the phone’s only been used moderately. In…

By T3 Magazine on 80

We’re still in the process of reviewing our iPhone 7 and we’ll be updating this article again over the next few days once we’ve spent more time with the handset. We’ve also got an iPhone 7 Plus, too, which we’re reviewing separately.There’s one divisive…

By hardwarezone.com.sg on 85

Apple has had the same formula for years now. First we get a new look iPhone with dazzling new features. Then, the following year, we get the same design, but with a faster processor and a few new tricks. Apple has been doing it since the iPhone 4, and…

By avforums.com on 90

Each year brings new products from Apple which catch up with rival products in some ways and overtake them in others. This year’s highlights include a considerably better camera experience, especially on the iPhone 7 Plus, useful water resistance…

By AsiaOne on 80

It is September again – that time of the year when Apple releases new iPhones. Trevor Tan tests the latest iPhone 7 and 7 Plus to see if they are worth your moolah. DESIGN – SAME BUT DIFFERENT Despite being a full upgrade from 6 to 7 without any “S”…

By Wired on 90

The new iPhones don’t look different, because what they look like doesn’t really matter anymore.

By time.com on 80

With its better battery life and improved camera, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 are Apple’s best smartphones yet.

By The Verge on 90

The entire time I was using the iPhone 7, I felt like I had a prototype of next year’s rumored drastic iPhone redesign disguised as an iPhone 6. All those bold bets on the future are legitimately exciting, but here in the present using the iPhone 7 in a case feels a lot like using a iPhone 6S with a weirder home button and more adapters.

By Stuff on 100

Forget the headphone furore, the iPhone 7 is a slick update worth waiting for thanks to a great camera, screen and software.

By cnet on 87

The iPhone 7’s notable camera, battery and water resistance improvements are a worthwhile upgrades to a familiar phone design, but ask yourself if you really need an upgrade…and if the Plus might be a better…

By TheStraitsTimes on 80

It is September again – that time of the year when Apple releases new iPhones. Trevor Tan tests the latest iPhone 7 and 7 Plus to see if they are worth your moolah.Despite being a full upgrade from 6 to 7 without any “S” suffix, the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus…

By TechRadar on 80

Apple’s gone for a polished, iterative phone and has succeeded in a number of areas – it’s a quality handset and not one that many expected given the leaks. However, there aren’t a lot of hugely standout features – but all the ones that were there now…

By What Hi-Fi? on 100

There’s no doubt the iPhone 7 is the company’s most controversial handset to date.Removing the headphone jack is sure to upset some users, but this phone is better than the last generation in every way – including its sound.Headphone jack aside, the…

By digitalspy.co.uk on 90

© Digital SpyNo radical redesign, no resolution boost and no headphone port. If you look at what the iPhone 7 is missing, at least on paper, it’s all too easy to dismiss Apple’s latest pocket blower as just yet another iterative update. There’s more to…

By MobileTechReview on 80

It’s all WetNew for the iPhone, but not new for smartphones in general, is IP67 water and dust resistance. The iPhone can survive up to 30 minutes submersion in water up to 3 feet deep (unofficially, the iPhone 6s managed this too). Samsung’s Galaxy S7…

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