Apple’s iPhone 7 benchmark score reveals fastest phone you can buy

The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are only a few days removed from being in the hands of those who pre-ordered, or will be lucky enough to purchase it from a retail counter on launch day. A lot has been said about the missing headphone jack, the added waterproofing, and those twin cameras that peek out from the back of the bigger iPhone.

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Apple iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus unveiled; no headphone jack, but waterproofing and dual cameras are a yes

A lot has been said about the next Apple smartphone prior to today’s keynote address, and pundits have been divided over what the new phone has and what it lacks. Many even questioned whether Apple was still capable of redefining consumer technology, whether it could still move the needle like it did during its boom years.

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iPhone 7 video leak shows a familiar design

We’re nearing that time of year again, when Apple takes over the tech headlines with a new iPhone that promises to be better than ever.

We’re confident the launch event will happen sometime in September, as is usually the case, and although the Cupertino-based company has yet to give a firm date to focus on, that hasn’t stopped photos and videos of what is believed to be the iPhone 7 from circulating on the web.

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Analyst: iPhone sales to fall in 2016; iPhone 7 won’t have ‘many attractive selling points’

Noted Apple seer Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities today made some bold predictions for the American tech juggernaut, telling investors to expect iPhone shipments to fall this year. The “worst-case scenario,” he wrote in his investment note, is for Apple to sell less iPhones this year than in 2014 — somewhere between 190 million and 200 million units.

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Will Apple kill iPhone 7 headphone jack?

At 7.1 mm today’s iPhone 6S is almost as thin as your average pencil.

But can it get any thinner?

Among the many engineering challenges smartphone manufacturers face, reducing smartphone component size has always been a work in progress. For Apple, the last 8 years of innovation have shaved off more than 4.5 mm from the original iPhone.

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