The Apple iPhone 7 is officially real. No more rumour pieces, no more leaks, it is a real physical thing and no it doesn’t have a headphone jack.
What it does have is an incredible camera, a touch sensitive central panel which replaces the home button and a confirmed UK release date of 16 September. Prices start at £599.
Scroll down for a breakdown of prices.
You can pre-order the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus from 9 September and then actually queue and buy it in a physical store from 16 September.
The three big changes are the loss of the headphone jack, the touch sensitive home button and the iPhone 7 Plus’s dual camera.
Apple is promising to include a lightning adapter in every box for those who don’t want to sacrifice their old headphones just yet.
Ditching the clickable Home Button, the phone instead boasts a touch-sensitive circular panel which integrates the Touch ID fingerprint sensor.
Meanwhile around the back, the all-new 12MP camera comes with an optical zoom and more sophisticated image processor. The iPhone 7 Plus also features the dual-lens system that had long been rumoured.
By diverting audio through the Lightning Port or Bluetooth, Apple believes it’ll spawn a new range of smarter audio devices that can do more than simply play you the latest songs.
Both iPhones will have 12MP sensors but the iPhone 7 Plus will have a dual-lens camera which includes a wide-angle lens and a telephoto lens.
Don’t feel disheartened if the smaller iPhone is still your favourite, it will still come with an incredibly impressive 12MP sensor that Apple says has been given a serious boost.
A better light sensor should mean that grainy late night photos will look a lot clearer on the iPhone 7.
iPhone 7 UK Release Date:
iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus Pre-Order: 9 September
iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus UK Release Date: 16 September
iPhone 7 UK Price:
iPhone 7 32GB: £599
iPhone 7 128GB: £699
iPhone 7 256GB: £799
iPhone 7 Plus 32GB: £719
iPhone 7 Plus 128GB: £819
iPhone 7 Plus 256GB: £919
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