Apple iPhone 7 4G LTE: Overview
Apple launched the iPhone 7 in September of 2016. It was a few years back, but Apple has introduced new updates to the system to keep it going. It will be four years old in September of 2020. The iPhone 7 was, and still, today is the best bargains you can get on an iPhone. The 7 still performs exceptionally well.
The camera system includes a 12 MP wide-angle camera. The camera still shoot decent photos, which are pretty impressive. There is a 7 MP selfie dedicated camera with HDR support and face detection system. The selfies and regular shots turn out pretty well, and videos are also ok. They aren’t great but not bad.
The iPhone 7 has a dimension of 138.3 x 67.1 x 7.1 mm, which is a sleek and slim SmartPhone. It has an aluminum frame and back with the Gorilla Glass front. It weighs about 138 grams and is IP67 dust and water-resistant up to 1 meter for 30 minutes.
The display on the iPhone 7 has impressed a lot of users. It has a 4.7-inch 750 x 1334 Retina IPS LCD. The device has a 326 PPI density and gets pretty bright up to 625 NITs of brightness. It is the same brightness as the new iPhone 11.
The display is not the OLED, but the blacks still look crisp, and dark mode is available with iOS 13. It is an excellent complement to the stealthy matte color of the phone.
Apple iPhone 7 operates on an iOS10.1, which is upgradable to iOS 13.5. It uses an Apple A10 Fusion (16 nm) chipset with a PowerVR Series7XT Plus GPU integrated on a Quad-core 2.34 GHz CPU. With the iOS 13.5 on the 7 Plus, it becomes a very reliable phone even for playing games like PUBG, COD, and other heavy-duty games.
The introduction of iOs 13 to 7 Plus makes it a modern phone and not as old as it is. The great thing is Apple iPhone 7 Plus 32GB will be supported for another two or more years.
The battery life on the 7 is good but it is always a good idea to replace the 1960 mAh battery in the Apple Store near you if you feel the need to do so.
We recommend turning the “optimized Battery Charging” on in your battery settings for better results.