The iPhone 7 Plus has not been released yet, but there is already a teardown video of the iPhone 7 Plus.
The Taptic engine in the new iPhone 7 Plus is huge. This is one of the reasons why there is no space anymore for a 3.5mm headphone jack. The first iPhone 7 teardown surfaced on Youtube thanks to Vietnamese blog Tinhte. The teardown shows again how much detail Apple pays to the inner beauty of iPhones.
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The teardown give a good look at the new components including the dual lens camera. The insides are dominated by the battery. at the bottom right after the battery is the new Taptic engine that is much larger than the one found in the iPhone 6S. Apple used the space gained by removing the headphone jack for the new Taptic engine.
There will be soon likely an already traditional iFixit iPhone 7 teardown with more details. The iFixit guys always source an new iPhone in Australia to get a head start.
Update: The high quality iFixit teardown of the iPhone 7 Plus has been released.
Apple announced that the Jet Black iPhone 7 and Jet Black iPhone 7 Plus are completely sold out. The iPhone 7 Plus is actually completely sold out, no matter which color. Walk-in customers on Friday will only have a chance to get an iPhone 7 in silver, black, gold and rose gold.
The iPhone 7 is the first iPhone that starts with 32GB and has now 3.5mm headphone jack. Feature highlights include A10 Fusion CPU, improved 12MP camera, dual lens camera in iPhone 7 Plus, 7MP FaceTime camera, new touch force touch home button, LTE Advanced with up to 450Mbps, water resistant, stereo speakers and iOS 10. The design is in line with the iPhone 6S, but has been improved. Especially in the Jet Black and Black color option, the iPhone 7 looks like made out of one piece.
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