New Video Reveals Serious Issues with iPhone 7

New Video Reveals Serious Issues with iPhone 7

Majority of the details regarding the forthcoming iPhone 7 by Apple are out in open, revealing features like the protruding camera, enhanced storage options and absence of a home button, along with a peculiar feature of absence of 3.5mm headphone jack. To further boost the insight on the new device, a comprehensive video has been released that gives a comparison between the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 6S.

However, the video highlights a severe concern that might be faced by Apple, that is will the new handset attract mainstream customers. The changes that have been made in iPhone 6s to develop iPhone 7, might not suit everyone’s preferences. While, technical features like improvement in camera, more sophisticated antenna lines and internal upgrades might be attracting, but mainstream users might get deflected due to the absence of headphone plug-in slot.

Modifications to camera might get mixed reviews. While, larger structure will imply improved camera sensor, it will protrude more. The protrusion however, is getting formed from the body of the handset, but gets thinner instead of coming out straight. The biggest turn off is the eradication of 3.5 mm headphone jack. This modification will have an adverse impact on audio accessory business segment, but the established influence of Apple will force the accessory manufacturers to adapt accordingly.

Instead of providing the headphone jack, an additional row of speakers are being provided at the lower end. Though, the sample model of iPhone 7 does illuminate, it still does not assures that his is what the unit will actually look like. However, the look does resemble the features that have till now been revealed. The marketing gimmick used by Apple during the launch of iPhone 6S Plus was ‘The only thing that’s changed is everything’ did not work quite well and company saw a radical decline in sales for the first time in the history of iPhone.


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