iPhone 7: what business users need to know
"The iPhone 7 is officially here. At an Apple event in California (September 7, coincidentally), the phone was unveiled by Tim Cook and the crew amid a variety of Apple announcements.
The first mention of the new device came in a now deleted tweet that read: 'New cameras. Water-resistant. Stereo speakers. Longer battery life. This is 7.' Apple is known for being tight-lipped until the last possible second, so it was definitely a surprise.
The phone has a new design, featuring an aluminum body with almost non-existent seams and is available in gold, silver, rose gold, black and jet black. The home button was also redesigned, with Force sensitivity and a new Taptic engine. It can also be programmed by third-party applications and customised as well.
The above tweet wasn't a fluke. The new enclosure is both water and dust resistant, with IP67 protection standard.”
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