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iPhone 7 Unveiled

iPhone 7 Unveiled

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Apple unveiled its iPhone 7 on Wednesday.

It's going to have a better processor and battery, but Terry McAdams, the owner of MacTech Solutions in Wichita Falls, says the camera is probably the coolest feature, especially on the iPhone 7 Plus.

"[iPhone 7 Plus] has a dual-lens... It's going to give you a telephoto capability that it didn't have before and a depth of field feature that is going to give you a much better quality photo," said McAdams.

Even  though the iPhone 7 won't be waterproof, it is going to be more water resistant.

"The new iPhone 7 and 7 plus will have an IP 67 rating. That turns out to be 30 minutes in 1 meter of water. You're not going to be able to go swimming with it, but will be able to handle most accidents," said McAdams.

The rumors were true about the headphone jack. The new iPhone doesn't have one.

The home button has also been redesigned.

No one was able to get their hands on an iPhone 7 or 7 Plus today. You'll have to wait until Friday, September 9th to pre-order one.

Apple also unveiled the Apple Watch Series 2. It's going to be faster and have its own GPS. Unlike the iPhone 7, it's going to be waterproof, so you can go swimming with it.

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