Apple opened pre-orders for its new iPhone today, ahead of their release on 16 September. A lot has been said about the handful of changes that Apple has introduced and some feature-losses that users are already missing. Apple's retail stores may have some inventory next Friday if you're willing to stand in line, and both BestBuy and B&H are claiming they can still deliver Series 2 Apple Watches on the 16th. But.here is the catch, Apple also includes an adapter if you wanna use your old headphones.
Earlier this week, Apple unveiled the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. The result, Apple says, is that the iPhone 7 is the most water-resistant iPhone yet.
The larger iPhone 7 Plus is even more of a wallet buster than it's smaller sibling.
Most Apple fans were left frustrated by the company's decision to axe the audio jack on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus mainly because it will prevent them from listening to music while their device is charging.
Many have argued that Apple's goal is to save space inside the iPhone for newer technologies, as well as convince customers that it might be worth spending $159 on the company's new wireless AirPod headphones.
On top of that, you can upgrade to the newest iPhone after six months, as long as you have made at least six payments.
Both accessory-maker Belkin and Apple offer a solution to this problem, but neither provides users with a good experience. But staying up an extra hour or two while binge-watching a show on Netflix NFLX to pre-order an iPhone isn't as hard for those in California as it might be for those in NY. But if you carry the AirPods case around, you'll get additional charges on the go.
You can buy a Lightning-to-headphone-jack adapter allowing you to plug an old-fashioned pair of headphones into your iPhone 7. The new camera also performs better in low light, meaning it's a big improvement at parties and night-time occasions.
Apple says that if AirPods are lost or stolen, you'll have to buy new ones, just like any other Apple product.