Another year, another new iPhone
You love your iPhone, but you are not the keeper of it. Apple does what it wants with your beloved iPhone, and you're left to bite your tongue, nod your head and just keep buying whatever the next one is. (Or start using Android phones, but lol, right?)
So what's new and changed with Apple's latest, the iPhone 7? Let's just say there is more give and take than usual with this release. (That's a joke about the headphone jack going away, which everyone walking the earth was expecting.)
New features on the block
The standout changes in this year's iPhone are in the camera (bigger aperture, new dual-lens on the Plus), the addition of water resistance (not waterproof), and of course the axing of the headphone jack.
The nice news about that last part: Apple is including Lightning EarPods with every iPhone 7 or 7 Plus sold. And in the box with the phones will also be a Lightning-to-3.5 mm adapter so you can still (awkwardly) use your old headphones.
Watch the video above for a full rundown of iPhone's new features.
Price and availability
Headphone jack aside, Apple is mostly sticking to the same plan of pricing its smaller iPhone (the 7, for $649) at around $100 cheaper than its larger iPhone (the 7 Plus, for $769).
One nice change this year: For the same price, Apple has doubled the memory size in its iPhones - so no more chinsy 16 GB iPhone!Release-wise, these phones will be go on presale at the end of this week and show up in stores a week later, the usual timeframe after an iPhone announcement event.
What do you say? Are you in line for an iPhone 7 yet?