What the iphone is tracking

 

Ever since the last iPhone 6S came out, the internet -- or at least the tech blogosphere -- has been obsessing over what the next iPhone will look like because that's well, what the tech blogosphere does.

Missing headphone jack , dual-lens camera and extra speaker not withstanding, I'm here to argue that the actual design of the phone has become largely irrelevant. That's because most people -- I'm talking more than a simple majority -- will end up covering their iPhone 7s with cases.

There's nothing wrong with that. If you're spending $800 or more on a phone, you should protect your investment, particularly if you're thinking of passing it on to someone else down the road, or want to maximize your return when you sell it later.

What the iphone is tracking

iPhone 7 dramatically improves the most important aspects of the iPhone experience. It introduces advanced new camera systems. The best performance and battery life ever in an iPhone. Immersive stereo speakers. The brightest, most colourful iPhone display. Splash and water resistance. 1 And it looks every bit as powerful as it is. This is iPhone 7.

iPhone 7 comes with optical image stabilisation to reduce blur associated with motion and hand‑shake. A sensor helps the lens counteract even the tiniest movement, allowing for up to three times longer exposure compared to iPhone 6s.

A larger aperture allows up to 50 per cent more light onto the camera sensor than iPhone 6s, further enhancing the camera’s ability to take superb low-light photos. Teamed with the new six‑element lens, the camera will deliver brighter, more detailed shots.

Ever since the last iPhone 6S came out, the internet -- or at least the tech blogosphere -- has been obsessing over what the next iPhone will look like because that's well, what the tech blogosphere does.

Missing headphone jack , dual-lens camera and extra speaker not withstanding, I'm here to argue that the actual design of the phone has become largely irrelevant. That's because most people -- I'm talking more than a simple majority -- will end up covering their iPhone 7s with cases.

There's nothing wrong with that. If you're spending $800 or more on a phone, you should protect your investment, particularly if you're thinking of passing it on to someone else down the road, or want to maximize your return when you sell it later.