Hands On: The iPhone 7 Feels a Little Different—and a Lot the Same
Phil Schiller kept calling it “a new design.” And I kept thinking I must have missed something. The phone that was rotating around on the giant screen Apple erected inside the Bill Graham Auditorium looked just like the iPhone 6S. Was I missing something?
I picked the phone up. I tapped the home button. And then I felt the difference.
After a few minutes of playing with the new device, I can say this: sort of. The iPhone 7 is, in many ways, exactly like the iPhone 6S. Same screen size, same bezels, same basic layout. There are fewer antenna lines on the back, and what you can see is much more effectively blended into the device. But it’s very hard to tell the difference: I walked into the hands-on area and waited to try a device for five minutes before realizing the rose gold phone on the table in front of me was actually an iPhone 7.
Most of the changes are internal, like the A10 Fusion processor that appears to be every bit the workhorse Apple says it is. Or the…
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