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Watch Video: Why buying iPhone 7 is a good idea….

Apple iPhone 7 and 7 Plus come at a high end price of $649 for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus starts at $749.

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Apple unveiled the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus at San Fransico. Both new phones have an astonishing array of  new features.
The new entrants are available for picking at a high end range in the premium smart phone segment, said the company.

These appear in two sizes – one with a 4.7-inch screen and the latter having  5.5-inch “Plus” model. They are available in 32GB, 128GB and 256GB sizes, while  Jet Black is accessible for customers exclusively for 128GB and 256GB sizes, it added.

The models will be available in the market soon. In the UK, iPhone 7, 7 Plus and Apple Watch Series 2 are going to be released tentatively on September 16, said officials, adding that users can start downloading the iOS 10  from September 13. Apple announced that it would start taking pre-orders for both models from September 9.

Customers can start placing orders from September 9, and Apple will send shipments from September 16.

NEW FEATURES: iPhone 7

The iPhone 7  comes with brand new features like  stereo speakers. It has  a new camera with unique optical image stabilisation quality.

It also has  a 6-element lens having  f/1.8 aperture, which is over  60 par cent faster than its other iPhones models in the market. It has a single lens camera and the battery can last two hours more than Apple iPhone 6S.

NEW FEATURES: 7 Plus

One new feature is that it comes with a dual lens camera (both wide angle and telephoto) and the battery can last 1 hour longer than previous 6 Plus model.

Some of the other stunning features include water and dust resistance.

Apple has done a bid upgrade of model camera, giving it a “dual lens” system, it will help in clicking better long-range photos.

The headphone jack has been removed to install earbuds, that will connect via charging port or a wireless headphones by paying extra. Also the home button has been redesigned to make pressure-sensitive.

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