About the new iPhone 7 – As you probably know by now, Apple recently revealed their much-anticipated new iPhone 7. Although the exact design/layout of the iPhone will look quite similar to the iPhone 6s, this doesn’t mean there isn’t anything to look forward to. The programming itself has been given a complete makeover, revealing the new iOS 10 platform available to all who seek it come its release.
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Remember those constant notifications of our phones reminding us that our storage is full, and consequently that we’re all broke and didn’t buy the model with extra space? Well not anymore, Apple’s got your back. And remember that time you jumped into your friend’s pool, only problem was that your phone jumped in as well? They even have you covered there, with waterproof and dust-proof features on the new model, its time to grab a cold beverage and jump back in the pool (or fall in, no matter).
There have been countless whispers and rumors flying around about potential upgrades and features that may be implemented. Now, thanks to the recent unveiling, we can take a closer look at what’s to be expected— and soon to be in your palm.
15. New Home Button Technology
Apple has replaced the stationery mechanical home button, exchanging it with a static variation that’s force-sensitive. Rather, than a button that physically needs to be pressed, the new home button will use Apple’s Taptic Engine to click back at users. Vibrations conveyed through the home button will be used as notifications, with distinctive bells and whistles for things like text messages and calls.
Getting rid of mechanical parts means scarcer breakages, and sanctions Apple to create a watertight casing. We’ve seen replacements like this before from Apple, the click-wheel that serviced the first iPod is archaic in its nature. Thinking back to the thumb wars we as a culture ‘endured’ just trying to navigate through the prehistoric library of music seems almost nostalgic, and safe to say we won’t be using our new iPhones in such a primitive manner.