If you are tired of using a "Selfie Stick" to get you in pictures with your friends and loved ones, you don't have to wait for a more advanced system. The "Air-Selfie" Drone has arrived with great precision and easy to use
The "Air-Selfi" Drone for iPhone Videos and Pictures has Arrived
The iPhone 7 will continue to lay the groundwork for the major iPhone redesign expected for the near future, maybe as soon as next year. Removing the headphone jack and the physical home buttons are two of the steps Apple is taking towards the iPhone of the future, a device that may have a glass-only housing and a wraparound display. Such an iPhone model could also lack any physical buttons, and offer even better waterproofing than the iPhone 7.
Tim Cook, CEO Apple
What is New on the iPhone7
- Stereo speakers
- New camera has optical image stabilization - 6 element lens with f/1.8 aperture. 60% faster than previous iPhones. The iPhone 7 has a single lens camera; the 7 Plus has a dual lens camera (wide angle and telephoto).
- iPhone 7 Plus: New 'portrait' effect on the camera to add depth of field to photos
- Water and dust resistant
- Longer battery life: Apple says the 7's battery will last two hours longer than the 6, and the 7 Plus battery lasts one hour more than the 6 Plus.
- Comes in jet black, black, gold, silver, rose gold
- Headphones will connect via the lightning port. A free set comes with with the phone, plus an adaptor for traditional 3.5mm jack headphones
And AirPods - wireless headphones (with a microphone) that have infrared sensors that detect when they're in your ear and only play then. W1 chip connects the AirPods to your other Apple devices. The batteries last for 5 hours and the Airpods come with a charging case that holds 24 hours of charge.
- A10 Fusion chip with a 64-bit four core CPU
- Storage: 32GB, 128GB, 256GB
- Cost: $649 for the 7, $769 for the 7 Plus
Made in Israel: The Next iPhone May be Blue and White
According to an unconfirmed report in Business Insider, which cited an anonymous employee at Apple's Israel office, the global tech giant is developing hardware for the next edition of its best-selling iPhone in Hertzliya. The article said the next generation would be called "iPhone 8" and launch next year, which would imply a change to Apple's usual upgrade cycle. Apple has generally announced a new generation of its phone every other year, while introducing intermediary "S" models in the in-between years. The company just announced and launched the iPhone 7 this past month, so a skip to iPhone 8 hints that there will be no Iphone 7s.
In early 2015, Apple CEO Tim Cook paid a surprise visit to Israel to officially inaugurate the new Hertzliya office, though Apple has been operating in Israel since around 2012. It is its largest R&D facility outside the US. “We have an enormous admiration for Israel, not just as an important ally for the US, but as a place to do business,” he said at the time. If the report is correct, Apple would not be the only giant company doing some of its core development in Israel. Intel's flagship chips were largely designed in its Haifa office, and companies such as Microsoft, Cisco, Quallcomm and Google all have offices here as well.