iPhone 7 Specifications & Price in Nigeria 2021

iPhone 7 Specifications and Price in Nigeria 

IPhone 7 Key Specs

Screen size: 4.7 inches
Resolution: 750 x 1334 pixels, (~326 ppi density)
Dimension: 138.3 x 67.1 x 7.1 mm
Weight: 138 g
Storage: 32/128/256 GB
Processor: 2.34 GHz quad-core (Apple A10 Fusion)
Apple Pay (Visa, MasterCard, AMEX certified)
Rear Camera: 12-Megapixel
Front Camera: 7-Megapixel
4G LTE: yes
Sim: Nano-SIM, Single-SIM
Os: iOS 10.0.1, upgradable to iOS 11.3
Fingerprint scanner: yes (home button)
Battery: 1960 mAh, non-removable

iPhone 7 Design

The iPhone 7 looks gorgeous, there’s no doubt about that, boasting an aluminium unibody with curved edges and 2.5D glass – which is a fancy term that refers to the curved edge of the –IPhone 8– glass that helps make the phone sit in your hand much more comfortably, while also providing a nicer experience when swiping from the side of the display.

There’s really no getting around it: the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus look more or less exactly like the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus from 2014. They are now water resistant, which is nice, although they’re not fully waterproof — keep them submerged in a meter of water for more than 30 minutes and things might not go your way.

Samsung’s Galaxy S7 and Note 7 are technically even more water resistant, but I think it’s basically a push — you can get these phones casually wet now without catastrophe, and that’s a big win.

If you want to go snorkeling with your iPhone, you should probably get a case anyhow.

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Apart from the water resistance, there are three main external differences between the 6 and 7: first, the antenna lines on the back have been tweaked and colored to blend into the body on the matte black and glossy jet black models, which is a welcome refinement.

(The antennas remain a dull gray color on the silver, gold, and rose gold variants; Apple says there are limits on what colors can be applied.) Second, the camera bump has been enlarged and more artfully curved into the rear casing, which looks particularly handsome on the smaller phone with a single camera.

And third — here it is again — there’s no headphone jack.

But really, once you put the iPhone 7 in a case, it looks exactly like an iPhone 6.

And if you get a jet black model, you’ll want to get it into a case immediately — my jet black review unit scratched and scuffed almost instantly, and the only time it’s remained fingerprint-free is when we literally handled it with white gloves for the photo and video shoots accompanying this review. Apple is being unusually open about the propensity of the jet black finish to scratch, but beyond that, I’d get the matte black anyway — it just looks meaner.

The iPhone 6 has always been one of the more utilitarian designs in Apple history, and a smoothed-out camera bump and less visible antennas don’t really change that.

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Apple’s competition is getting better at making beautiful phones, and nothing about the iPhone 7’s design exceeds the rest of the industry. The iPhone 7 Plus in particular is actually falling behind its large-screened competition; the 6 Plus was always a bit of a surfboard, and new devices like the Galaxy Note 7 fit enormous displays into much smaller, tighter packages. (Too bad about the explosions, though.) This is still a phone that looks best in a case.

iPhone 7 price in nigeria
Like the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6, it measures in at 128.3mm x 67.1mm x 7.1mm, but with a few notable differences. 

The iPhone 7 is also Apple’s first water resistant phone. Apple has waterproofed individual connections –IPhone XR– within the iPhone rather than adorning it with ugly rubber plugs, and is officially calling it splash-, dust- and water-resistant, at IP67.iPhone 7 Specification & Price in Nigeria 2020

iPhone 7 Display

You won’t notice it in most apps, but the display can show a wider range of colors now, which is really obvious when you look at photos taken by the iPhone 7’s camera — which now also captures a wider range of colors.

Photos taken by the iPhone 7 look ridiculously good on the iPhone 7 display; you can tell the difference between a 7 photo and a 6S photo on the 7’s screen almost instantly. That’s the only place you’ll really see the benefit of the new screen for now, but it’s another place where app developers can really take advantage of powerful new hardware.

Instagram has already announced an update to support wide color; let’s hope others follow suit.

Apart from the revised camera, the new home button, the screen, and — heyo! — the headphone jack, the other notable external hardware change to the iPhone 7 is the addition of stereo speakers.

One speaker is at the bottom of the phone, as it has been, and the other is actually integrated into the earpiece. They’re much louder than before, and sound decent, with better treble performance in particular.

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They’re never going to replace real speakers, but you can watch a bunch of YouTube videos or Snapchats and not get annoyed, and conference calls are dramatically improved.

Camera of iPhone 7

Apple also upgraded its FaceTime HD camera for iPhone 7. The new 7-megapixel sensor (up from 5 megapixels with iPhone 6s) also supports wide color, which means your selfies look sharper and more vivid.

iPhone 7 Hardware and Processor

The iPhone 7 has Apple’s latest processor the A10 Fusion, which, like most processors used in Android smartphones, has four processing cores split into two pairs. One is a high-performance pair of cores the other is a pair of energy efficient cores.

Apple has finally listened to reason and ditched the 16GB option. Their as been long complain about how 16GB just isn’t enough space for a modern, flagship handset, so it’s welcome to see 32GB as the new starting point.

The other storage options have doubled in size as well, and if you grab a 128GB or 256GB model you also get the option to buy the iPhone 7 in its extra shiny Jet Black finish – which, sadly, isn’t available in 32GB.

Cool Performance of iPhone 7

The iPhone 7 has the new A10 Fusion chip, another product from Apple’s industry-leading chip design team. It’s a new design with four cores: two high performance cores, and two low-power cores that use less battery power during everyday tasks.

It’s lightning-fast, of course, with early benchmarks indicating that the A10 Fusion is faster than even the A9X in the iPad Pro. But In my super boring day-to-day Twitter / Facebook / Gmail / Slack / Safari usage, the iPhone 7 Plus wasn’t really all that much faster than the A9 chip in the iPhone 6S Plus — likely because I wasn’t pushing the processor enough to use the high-performance cores.

It’s impressive that Apple was able to create a more efficient processor that delivers the same perceived performance as the previous generation while using less power. But that also means that in everyday use I didn’t see anything like the performance leaps that were so noticeable in previous iPhone updates.

Still, faster is better, and once app developers start targeting the A10 Fusion, we might see a new wave of apps that harness its raw power. But that’s a familiar waiting game we’ve been playing with ever-faster iOS devices for years now.

Apple claims that a combination of a larger battery that fills some of the space formerly used by the headphone jack, the more efficient processor, and iOS 10 improvements allows the iPhone 7 to run for two more hours than the iPhone 6S, and the 7 Plus to go for an hour longer than the 6S Plus.

iPhone 7 Operating System

Speaking of iOS 10, it’s wonderful. Seriously, it’s the nicest iOS update in a long time, with a clear sense of how you should flow between operations and a much more inviting visual design.

We’ll have much more about iOS 10 in a forthcoming review, but know that it has a slick new version of iMessage with all kinds of new features, a new version of Siri that can be extended by third-party apps, better integration with smart home devices, a much-improved Control Center, better Music and News apps, and a ton of other new features.

(As an aside: my personal favorite iOS 10 tweak is that Apple has gotten rid of slide-to-unlock because the Touch ID sensor on the 6S and 7 is so fast — sliding to the right from the lock screen now brings you to a widget screen. You unlock the phone just by pressing the home button, which is enough time for Touch ID to recognize your fingerprint. Apple’s slide-to-unlock patent was at the center of many of their lawsuits against Android phone makers.

Battery and Touch ID

The battery life improvement Apple delivered for iPhone 7 still doesn’t feel like it’s quite enough. It banks a 1960 mAh, non-removable battery and Beneath the iPhone SE’s 4-inch screen is the Home button containing the Touch ID sensor, which lets you unlock the device, purchase apps and use Apple Pay.

How much is iPhone 7 Price in Nigeria

For the 32GB/2GB version price starts from 100,000 Naira in Nigeria. The 128GB variant of iPhone 7 Price starts from 120,000 Naira.

However, iPhone 7 (256GB) Price in Nigeria starts from 150,000 Naira.

Note: phones’ prices are not constant i.e they may change.

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IPhone 7 Full Specification 

2G GSM: 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900MHz
2G CDMA 1X: 800 / 1700 / 1900 / 2100MHz (CDMA models)
3G WCDMA: 850 / 900 / 1700 / 1900 / 2100MHz
3G CDMA EVDO: Yes (CDMA models)
4G LTE: 700 / 800 / 1700 / 1800 / 2600MHz
Sim: Nano-SIM, Single-SIM
Status: Available. Released 2016, September

Dimension: 138.3 x 67.1 x 7.1 mm
Weight: 138 g
Keyboard: touchscreen, with multitouch
Colours: Jet Black, Black, Silver, Gold, Rose Gold, Red
Cover: Front glass, aluminum body

Screen size: 4.7 inches
Resolution: 750 x 1334 pixels, (~326 ppi density)
Protection: Ion-strengthened glass, oleophobic coating
– Wide color gamut display
– 3D Touch display & home button

Storage: 32/128/256 GB with no Micro-SD

Chipset: Apple A10 Fusion
CPU: Quad-core 2.34 GHz (2x Hurricane + 2x Zephyr)
GPU: PowerVR Series7XT Plus (six-core graphics
Os: iOS 10.0.1, upgradable to iOS 11.3

Alert types: Vibration, proprietary ringtones
Loudspeaker: yes, with stereo speakers
Audio port: 3.5mm
FM radio: no

WLAN: Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, hotspot
Bluetooth: 4.2, A2DP, LE
NFC: yes
USB: 2.0, proprietary reversible connector

Primary: 12 MP (f/1.8, 28mm, 1/3″)
Features: phase detection autofocus, OIS, quad-LED dual-tone flash, geo-tagging, simultaneous 4K video and 8MP image recording, touch focus, face/smile detection, HDR (photo/panorama)
Video: 2160p@30fps, 1080p@30/60/120fps, 720p@240fps
Secondary: 7 MP (f/2.2, 32mm), 1080p@30fps, 720p@240fps, face detection, HDR, panorama

Capacity: 1960 mAh
Talk time: Up to 14 h
Music playback: Up to 40 h

Other features
Sensors: Fingerprint (front-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer
Messaging: iMessage, SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email
Browser: HTML5 (Safari)
Java: no
IP67 certified – dust/water resistant (up to 1m for 30 mins)

– Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic
– Optical image stabilization
– Lightning to 3.5 mm headphone jack adapter incl.
– Siri natural language commands and dictation
– iCloud cloud service
– MP3/WAV/AAX+/AIFF/Apple Lossless player
– MP4/H.264 player
– Audio/video/photo editor
– Document editor

Note: you might be required to download some of this features under miscellaneous.

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