The new iPhone 7 looks almost exactly like the iPhone 6, but it’s one of the most powerful and opinionated phones Apple has ever shipped. The cameras are better, the performance is phenomenal, iOS10 is excellent, they’re water resistant, and they start at 32GB. And the batteries last longer. But yes, Apple killed the headphone jack, and that means you might want to hold off on upgrading this year.
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