Excellent Condition - This listing is for the handset only with no accessories.
The device is in excellent condition, as it is pretty much like new with no scratches on the screen. But there are possibly micro-scratches on the case which cannot be seen from 20cm away.
Only handsets with a good battery status, over 50 checks on features like GPS and accelerometer, complete deep data erasing to remove previous owner’s information.
Each year we are treated to an iteration of the ever-popular iPhone range. For 2016, we have the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. Keeping to the same sizes as last year's models, improvements have been made to the screen colouration, speakers, cameras, battery life and processor performance.
Subtle changes to the design mark the differences between the 6S Plus models and the 7 Plus. One of the bigger changes is the departure from a physically clickable home button. Unlike the previous iPhone models, the home button is now a simple touchpad. You can use this in conjunction with Apple's TouchID system for fingerprint access to the phone, or use it similarly to a traditional button thanks to directional vibrations.
Apple has been heard to say that more pictures get taken with iPhones than any other camera in the world. Whether you believe that statement or not, the cameras are undoubtedly very important to the iPhone.
The first camera is the same as the standard iPhone 7, so you get a f/1.8 aperture and six-element lens. This allows for excellent results in varied scenarios, from brightly lit hilltops to dingy nightclubs.
The second camera utilises a telephoto lens. This lets you naturally zoom in (10x) on distant subjects without the noise and grain you get on other mobile cameras. 6x lossless digital zoom is also possible on video recording.
The two cameras can also work together with a new depth-of-field effect to create some truly unique portraits and landscapes. This lets you take professional looking images with sharp foreground subjects and prevent blur to the background, previously the reserve of DSLR cameras.
The size and resolution of iPhone 7's screen are the same as last year, however, Apple has improved the brightness by 25%, excellent for outdoor use.
The colour palette has also been widened and is now up to the same standard as digital cinema. This means there are more shades of the colour spectrum able to be shown, resulting in more realistic representation for your photos, videos and downloads. Netflix has never looked so good on the go!
3D Touch has also been revamped. iOS10 and the iPhone 7 hardware work together seamlessly to allow you to interact and react to messages, notifications and calendar elements in more responsive and meaningful methods.
The A10 processor is the fastest Apple have ever produced. Up to twice as fast at a given task as the iPhone 6, advanced power management also makes this the iPhone with the longest battery life.
This is thanks to a quad-core design that more intelligently handles tasks, allowing the iPhone 7 to multitask better than ever. The graphics processing has also been enhanced. Games run more smoothly and video rendering is quicker than ever.
Apple's own connector returns and this time it does more than just charge the iPhone. Apple has removed the headphone jack from the iPhone 7 range to keep the phone slimmer and aid in water resistance.
This means that the Lightning port can now be used for listening to music. Apple provides a new pair of EarPods in the box which uses a lightning connector. There is also a Lightning to 3.5mm adapter so you can continue to use your favourite traditional headphones if you prefer them.
Launching for the first time with the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, iOS10 is possibly the biggest update to iOS since its original release.
Apple Maps has been thoroughly updated. The system now provides proactive suggestions based on your travel patterns, plus you can search for specific points of interest such as petrol stations or cafés that are on your planned route.
Have you started to develop a smart home? The new Home app can be integrated with a number of popular brands so you can use the iPhone to remotely control your connected devices.