Industry rivals Samsung and Apple spend a lot of money on R&D for their smartphones. Camera performance, in particular, is something that the two companies hold in high regard. With Samsung now launching the Galaxy S8, it was only a matter of time before we saw a comparison with the iPhone 7 Plus.
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Every year, the best of Samsung battle it out with the Best of Apple. It’s the latest from Samsung’s Galaxy S series, vs Apple’s iPhone. This time, the battle is a lot more interesting. First of all, there are two versions – the S8 and the S8+. And Samsung has pushed a lot of boundaries when it comes to the hardware. But how exactly does the new Samsung S8 and S8+ hardware compare to the latest iPhones? We’ve got the numbers for you.
The latest Strategy Analytics research has revealed that Apple managed to account for 69% of the global smartphone profits in 2016. Naturally, Samsung’s poor showing, especially with the Galaxy Note 7, had something to do with this.
A video recently surfaced on Twitter showing the Apple iPhone 7 Plus spontaneously catching fire and subsequently melting. A new report now mentions that Apple is currently investigating the issue, which tells us that this could be a serious issue.
It has been several months since the iPhone 7 Plus launched, and a few months since Portrait Mode was added to the stock camera.
A few weeks ago, Apple seemingly came out of nowhere to announce a record quarter for iPhones. The company sold 78.2 million iPhones, more than any other quarter in history. These astronomical sales were likely boosted by both the holiday season and the release of the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
Apple has made it a focus to start showing off the iPhone 7 Plus‘s Portrait Mode a bit more recently.
One of the hallmark features of the iPhone 7 Plus is getting 30 seconds in the lime light, thanks to a pair of short video ads from Apple.
Apple CEO Tim Cook today confirmed that the new 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus is the most popular “Plus” iPhone model that Apple has ever sold, edging out its predecessors the iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6s Plus.
If you search the web for the “best iPhone 7 case” you get a wide array of answers. The truth is there is no single best iPhone 7 case for anyone. It depends entirely on your needs. The best case for you might be something lightweight and stylish, while for someone else it could be something bulky that handles extreme weather conditions.