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iPhone 7 to be water-resistant; Pre-orders start on Friday

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By: Kheng-Liang Tan

Apple has launched the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus yesterday.

The new phones will have minor aesthetic changes from its predecessor and come in the same sizes – 4.7 and 5.5 inches. Compared to the former, the antenna lines across the back are gone.

In addition, the thickness of the phone has been reduced from 7.1mm to 6.1 mm.

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As a result of this change, the headphone jack gone in favour of earbuds that are connect through the phone’s charging port. Wireless headphones – called AirPods – can be purchased separately at extra cost.

The iPhone 7 will have a single camera but the Plus model will have a dual lens feature that allows for optical zoom. In addition, the home button has been enhanced to allow for pressure-sensitive touch.

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Five colours will be available: Jet black, Black, Gold, Silver, and Rose gold

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