On the day of its release, not an inch of the Web was void of iPhone 7 reviews. Written within a few short days of use, bound by cramped deadlines and with very limited time to actually experience the product.
And while we have no issue with technical specifications and rushed reviews, we wanted to highlight the experience of living with the product by integrating it into our daily life.
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For more than a billion people around the world, using an iPhone is something they already do every day. They’re happy with their phone and it does exactly what they want it to do.
So is buying an iPhone 7 going to improve your life? Is the latest upgrade worth the money and hype?
The iPhone is a beautiful product. Throughout the years, the design has been changed, tweaked and refined to the iPhone 7 of today. It’s a computer in a light, aluminium housing that fits in your pocket.
Yes, it looks a lot like the 6 and 6s.
But actually, some things have changed. The dreaded camera bump on the 6 and 6s is now slightly tapered, and fits better with the rest of the phone’s body. And with the antenna line now curving around the top and bottom of the phone, its back is left an uninterrupted slate of aluminium.
Also, you now get to pick from two new colors: Jet Black and Black, which replaces Space Grey.
Whichever color you pick, it’s still easy to spot that you’re using an iPhone 7, if you care about that sort of thing.
But let’s stop looking at it and start using it.