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About Apple

Overview of iPhones

The very first iPhone was released in 2007 by Apple, and it immediately changed the way we looked at mobile technology. Since then, Apple have released at least one new iPhone a year, retiring older models as they go. iPhones are renowned for being stylish, with great build quality and high end specs. They’re also the best selling phone line on the market, and frequently top best seller lists with mobile operators.

iPhone Models

We’re currently in the seventh generation of iPhones, but because Apple regularly retire older models there are currently five iPhone hand sets available for sale. What’s the difference between them? Check out our quick overview below.

  • The iPhone 7 Plus: This is the current top of the line iPhone, the biggest, best and fastest of the lot. It’s got fast, quad core processing power, a huge 5.5 inch Retina display with 3D touch technology, 3 GB of RAM, and an awesome new 12 MP dual rear camera set. This is the best iPhone there is!
  • The iPhone 7: Next in line comes the regular iPhone 7, another new release and little brother to the bigger 7 Plus. Here you still get speedy quad core processing power, but you get a smaller 4.7 inch 3D touch tech Retina display, 2 GB of RAM, and a regular 12 MP rear camera.
  • The iPhone 6S Plus: As usual, the big release from the previous year becomes Apple’s mid range iPhone when a new model is released, so top of the mid range options is the iPhone 6S Plus. Here you’re getting dual core processing power, but you’re still getting that big 5.5 inch Retina display with 3D touch. There’s also 2 GB of RAM and a 12 MP regular rear camera.
  • The iPhone 6S: The smaller mid range model is again the little brother of the larger 6S Plus model. The regular 6S still has dual core processing power, but there’s a smaller 4.7 inch 3D touch Retina display, then again, 2 GB of RAM, and a normal 12 MP rear camera.
  • The iPhone SE: Lastly, there’s the iPhone SE. This is a first for Apple, the launch of a budget friendly iPhone, rather than a top end model, but the SE still has a lot to give. There’s dual core processing, a pocket friendly four inch Retina display, and the same 2 GB of RAM and 12 MP normal rear camera found on the more expensive 6S range.

Apple phones do not have SD card slots, so you can’t add any extra memory to them. Instead, each model comes in different sizes, with different amount of internal memory, more memory being more expensive. The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus models comes in 32 GB, 128 GB, or 256 GB versions, the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus models come in 16 GB, 64 GB, and 128 GB versions, and the iPhone SE comes in either 16 GB or 64 GB versions.

Why Buy an iPhone?

There are tons of reasons to invest your hard earned cash in an iPhone. Firstly, they have great looks, with stunning design and excellent build quality. But they also perform well, with great power specs. Then there’s the extras, like useful voice assistant Siri, or the 3D touch screen that can tell the difference between you touching and you pressing, or the dual rear cameras seen on the iPhone 7 Plus. And Apple’s iOS operating system is so intuitive and easy to understand that even a child can use it in minutes! If you’re looking for an awesome phone, then you’re looking for an iPhone. And if you want to know who’s going to give you the best iPhone deals, then check out our comparison tool and know that you’re getting the best phone at the best price.

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