Tips & Tricks: iPhone 7 Value For Money Guide & Advice
The iPhone 7 is now on sale and has produced a mixed response. In some aspects, it’s the best performing phone yet. It’s got a better screen, battery, speakers, camera and processer.
Apple are continuing to make only slight cosmetic and incremental improvements to existing products – instead of inventing groundbreaking new ones. Some say that they’ve lost their spark because of this. It’s probably still going to be regarded as the best out there until something cutting-edge takes it’s place, however.
Do you get your money’s worth from the iPhone 7?
Everyone knows about the removal of the headphone jack, and the improvements to speed and battery capacity.
Here we look at 5 other things that you may not be aware of. They may swing your purchasing decision – or simply help you to get your money’s worth if you do take the plunge.
A summary: is it worth purchasing the iPhone 7?
The iPhone 7 is actually much improved on the iPhone 6S. It’s relatively expensive, but you do seem to get what you pay for.
If you’re a hard-core Apple fan, or you don’t want to make the switch to Android’s OS, then the iPhone 7 is probably the way to go (if you have the money).
If you don’t have your heart set on the iPhone, however, it’s worth remembering this: the way we look at Apple today is exactly the same way we looked at Nokia back in 2007. Six months later, the iPhone was launched.
Apple’s market share speaks for itself (or does it?) but Nokia’s did too. And sure, some of the world’s most talented engineers and designers are employed at Apple – but that doesn’t really matter if the company just makes minor changes anyway.
So, whilst there’s nothing out there yet to truly challenge the iPhone – something will eventually. Are you willing to commit so much money to secure an iPhone when the next big thing could be around the corner?