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Specifications iPhone 7


General characteristics Apple iPhone 7
Chip:
Apple A10 Fusion APL1W24
Process technology:
16 nm
CPU bits:The 32-bit processor was the primary processor used in all computers until the early 1990s. Intel Pentium processors and early AMD processors were 32-bit processors. The operating system and software on a computer with a 32-bit processor is also 32-bit based, in that they work with data units that are 32 bits wide. Windows 95, 98, and XP are all 32-bit operating systems that were common on computers with 32-bit processors. The 64-bit computer has been around since 1961 when IBM created the IBM 7030 Stretch supercomputer. However, it was not put into use in home computers until the early 2000s. Microsoft released a 64-bit version of Windows XP to be used on computers with a 64-bit processor. Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 also come in 64-bit versions. Other software has been developed that is designed to run on a 64-bit computer, which are 64-bit based as well, in that they work with data units that are 64 bits wide.
64 bit
Instruction set:
ARMv8-A
CPU cores:A CPU may have one or more cores to perform tasks at a given time. These tasks are usually software processes and threads that the OS schedules. Note that the OS may have many threads to run, but the CPU can only run X such tasks at a given time, where X = number cores * number of hardware threads per core. The rest would have to wait for the OS to schedule them whether by preempting currently running tasks or any other means.
4
CPU frequency:The CPU speed, or processor speed, is the amount of cycles that a CPU can perform per second. This is otherwise known as a Hertz. For example, one Hertz means that one cycle can be completed in one second. A megahertz means that one million cycles can be completed in a second. A gigahertz, the most common form of processor speed, means that one billion cycles can be completed per second.
2370 MHz
GPU cores:
6
RAM capacity:RAM (random access memory) is the place in a computing device where the operating system (OS), application programs and data in current use are kept so they can be quickly reached by the devices processor. RAM is much faster to read from and write to than other kinds of storage in a computer, such as a hard disk drive (HDD), solid-state drive (SSD) or optical drive. Data remains in RAM as long as the computer is running. When the computer is turned off, RAM loses its data. When the computer is turned on again, the OS and other files are once again loaded into RAM, usually from an HDD or SSD.
2 GB
RAM type:Mobile DDR (also known as mDDR, Low Power DDR, or LPDDR) is type of double data rate synchronous DRAM for mobile smart phones and Tablet PC application.
LPDDR4, M10 motion coprocessor
Operating system (OS):iOS is the mobile operating system that runs on Apples mobile devices, i.e. iPhones and iPads. It is the main software that allows you to interact with your Apple phone or tablet. iOS is the first thing you see when you power up your device, in the form of your phone or tablets lock screen and desktops (which are filled with shortcuts to your favourite apps). When you head into your iPhone or iPads settings menu, thats also controlled by the operating system. From here you can adjust the devices hardware settings, toggling features such as Bluetooth and WiFi on and off, or adjusting the brightness of the screen.
iOS 10
SIM card type:
Nano-SIM (4FF - fourth form factor, since 2012, 12.30 x 8.80 x 0.67 mm)
Number of SIM cards:
1
Display Apple iPhone 7
Type/technology:IPS (In Plane Switching) panels are generally considered the best overall LCD technology for image quality, color accuracy and viewing angles. They are well suited for graphics design and other applications which require accurate and consistent color reproduction. IPS panels offer the best viewing angles of any current LCD technology, with wide viewing angles up to 178 degrees.
IPS
Diagonal size:
4.7 in
Width:
2.3 in
Height:
4.1 in
Aspect ratio:
1.779:1
Resolution:In computers, resolution is the number of pixels (individual points of color) contained on a display monitor, expressed in terms of the number of pixels on the horizontal axis and the number on the vertical axis. The sharpness of the image on a display depends on the resolution and the size of the monitor. The same pixel resolution will be sharper on a smaller monitor and gradually lose sharpness on larger monitors because the same number of pixels are being spread out over a larger number of inches.
750 x 1334 pixels
Pixel density:Pixels per inch (PPI) is a measurement of the pixel density (resolution) of devices in various contexts: typically computer displays, image scanners, and digital camera image sensors. The PPI of a computer display is related to the size of the display in inches and the total number of pixels in the horizontal and vertical directions.
326 ppi
Color depth:
24 bit
16777216 colors
Display area:
65.82 %
Other features:
Capacitive
Multi-touch
Scratch resistant, Ion-strengthtened glass
Retina HD display
Force Touch
1400:1 contrast ratio
625 cd/m²
Oleophobic (lipophobic) coating
LED-backlit
Sensors Apple iPhone 7
Sensors:An accelerometer is an electromechanical device used to measure acceleration forces. Such forces may be static, like the continuous force of gravity or, as is the case with many mobile devices, dynamic to sense movement or vibrations.

A gyroscope is a device with a spinning disc or wheel mechanism that harnesses the principle of conservation of angular momentum: the tendency for the spin of a system to remain constant unless subjected to external torque. Gyroscopes are used in many inventions both old and new to stabilize, guide or measure rotational movement. Wheels on a bicycle, for example, act as gyroscopes as they spin up to speed, making it easier to stay upright and harder to upset momentum. Guided missiles use gyroscopes to track and guide their courses.

A barometer is used to measure atmospheric pressure. Atmospheric pressure is a measure of the amount of force air exerts onto the earth as it is pushed down from the atmosphere. Another term for atmospheric pressure is barometric pressure.

Fingerprint identification is one of the most well-known and publicized biometrics. Because of their uniqueness and consistency over time, fingerprints have been used for identification for over a century, more recently becoming automated (i.e. a biometric) due to advancements in computing capabilities. Fingerprint identification is popular because of the inherent ease in acquisition, the numerous sources (10 fingers) available for collection, and their established use and collections by law enforcement and immigration.
Proximity
Light
Accelerometer
Compass
Gyroscope
Barometer
Fingerprint
Primary camera Apple iPhone 7
Sensor model:
Sony Exmor RS
Sensor type:CMOS (complementary metal-oxide semiconductor) is the semiconductor technology used in the transistors that are manufactured into most of todays computer microchips. Semiconductors are made of silicon and germanium, materials which "sort of" conduct electricity, but not enthusiastically. Areas of these materials that are "doped" by adding impurities become full-scale conductors of either extra electrons with a negative charge (N-type transistors) or of positive charge carriers (P-type transistors). In CMOS technology, both kinds of transistors are used in a complementary way to form a current gate that forms an effective means of electrical control. CMOS transistors use almost no power when not needed. As the current direction changes more rapidly, however, the transistors become hot. This characteristic tends to limit the speed at which microprocessors can operate.
CMOS (complementary metal-oxide semiconductor)
Aperture:Aperture is one of the three pillars of photography, the other two being ISO and Shutter Speed. Without a doubt, it is the most talked about subject, because aperture either adds a dimension to a photograph by blurring the background, or magically brings everything in focus.
f/1.8
Focal length:Focal length is the distance between the center of a convex lens or a concave mirror and the focal point of the lens or mirror - the point where parallel rays of light meet, or converge.
3.99 mm
Image resolution:
4032 x 3024 pixels
12.19 MP
Video resolution:
3840 x 2160 pixels
8.29 MP
Video FPS:Frames per second (FPS) is a unit that measures display device performance. It consists of the number of complete scans of the display screen that occur each second. This is the number of times the image on the screen is refreshed each second, or the rate at which an imaging device produces unique sequential images called frames.
30 fps
Features:
Autofocus
Continuous shooting
Digital zoom
Optical image stabilization
Geotagging
Panorama
HDR
Touch focus
Face detection
White balance settings
ISO settings
Exposure compensation
Self-timer
Scene mode
Macro mode
RAW, Flash type - Quad LED
6-element lens
Sapphire crystal glass lens cover
1080p @ 60 fps
720p @ 240 fps
Secondary camera Apple iPhone 7
Sensor type:CMOS (complementary metal-oxide semiconductor) is the semiconductor technology used in the transistors that are manufactured into most of todays computer microchips. Semiconductors are made of silicon and germanium, materials which "sort of" conduct electricity, but not enthusiastically. Areas of these materials that are "doped" by adding impurities become full-scale conductors of either extra electrons with a negative charge (N-type transistors) or of positive charge carriers (P-type transistors). In CMOS technology, both kinds of transistors are used in a complementary way to form a current gate that forms an effective means of electrical control. CMOS transistors use almost no power when not needed. As the current direction changes more rapidly, however, the transistors become hot. This characteristic tends to limit the speed at which microprocessors can operate.
CMOS BSI (backside illumination)
Aperture:Aperture is one of the three pillars of photography, the other two being ISO and Shutter Speed. Without a doubt, it is the most talked about subject, because aperture either adds a dimension to a photograph by blurring the background, or magically brings everything in focus.
f/2.2
Focal length:Focal length is the distance between the center of a convex lens or a concave mirror and the focal point of the lens or mirror - the point where parallel rays of light meet, or converge.
2.87 mm
Image resolution:
3088 x 2320 pixels
7.16 MP
Video resolution:
1920 x 1080 pixels
2.07 MP
Video FPS:Frames per second (FPS) is a unit that measures display device performance. It consists of the number of complete scans of the display screen that occur each second. This is the number of times the image on the screen is refreshed each second, or the rate at which an imaging device produces unique sequential images called frames.
30 fps
Memory Apple iPhone 7
Storage:
32 GB
128 GB
256 GB
Connectivity Apple iPhone 7
GSM:GSM (Global System for Mobile communication) is a digital mobile telephony system that is widely used in Europe and other parts of the world. GSM uses a variation of time division multiple access (TDMA) and is the most widely used of the three digital wireless telephony technologies (TDMA, GSM, and CDMA). GSM digitizes and compresses data, then sends it down a channel with two other streams of user data, each in its own time slot. It operates at either the 900 MHz or 1800 MHz frequency band.
GSM 850 MHz
GSM 900 MHz
GSM 1800 MHz
GSM 1900 MHz
CDMA:CDMA (Code-Division Multiple Access) refers to any of several protocols used in second-generation (2G) and third-generation (3G) wireless communications. As the term implies, CDMA is a form of multiplexing, which allows numerous signals to occupy a single transmission channel, optimizing the use of available bandwidth. The technology is used in ultra-high-frequency (UHF) cellular telephone systems in the 800-MHz and 1.9-GHz bands.
CDMA 800 MHz (A1660)
CDMA 1700/2100 MHz (A1660)
CDMA 1900 MHz (A1660)
CDMA2000:
1xEV-DO Rev. A (A1661)
TD-SCDMA:
TD-SCDMA 1900 MHz (A1660)
TD-SCDMA 2000 MHz (A1660)
UMTS:UMTS, short for Universal Mobile Telecommunications System, is a 3G networking standard used throughout much of the world as an upgrade to existing GSM mobile networks. UMTS makes use of WCDMA, a technology that shares much with CDMA networks used throughout the world, though it is not compatible with them. Base level UMTS networks are generally capable of downlink speeds as fast as 384kbps. Newer HSDPA variants are capable of rates as high as 3.6Mbps or more. Originally used only on the 2100MHz frequency band in Europe, UMTS is now supported on the 850MHz and 1900MHz bands in North America.
UMTS 850 MHz
UMTS 900 MHz
UMTS 1700/2100 MHz
UMTS 1900 MHz
UMTS 2100 MHz
LTE:LTE, short for Long Term Evolution, is considered by many to be the obvious successor to the current generation of UMTS 3G technology, which is based upon WCDMA, HSDPA, HSUPA, and HSPA. LTE is not a replacement for UMTS in the way that UMTS was a replacement for GSM, but rather an update to the UMTS technology that will enable it to provide significantly faster data rates for both uploading and downloading. Verizon Wireless was the first U.S. carrier to widely deploy LTE, though MetroPCS and AT&T have also done so, and Sprint and T-Mobile USA both have plans for LTE. In fact, Sprint is phasing out its WiMAX network in favor of LTE.
LTE 700 MHz Class 13
LTE 700 MHz Class 17
LTE 800 MHz
LTE 850 MHz
LTE 900 MHz
LTE 1700/2100 MHz
LTE 1800 MHz
LTE 1900 MHz
LTE 2100 MHz
LTE 2600 MHz
LTE-TDD 1900 MHz (B39)
LTE-TDD 2300 MHz (B40)
LTE-TDD 2500 MHz (B41)
LTE-TDD 2600 MHz (B38)
LTE AWS (B4)
LTE 700 MHz (B12)
LTE 800 MHz (B18)
LTE 800 MHz (B19)
LTE 800 MHz (B20)
LTE 1900+ MHz (B25)
LTE 800 MHz (B26)
LTE 800 MHz SMR (B27)
LTE 700 MHz APT (B28)
LTE 700 MHz de (B29)
LTE 2300 MHz (B30)
Mobile network technologies:
UMTS (384 kbit/s )
EDGE
GPRS
HSPA+ (HSUPA 5.76 Mbit/s , HSDPA 42 Mbit/s )
LTE Cat 9 (51.0 Mbit/s , 452.2 Mbit/s )
EV-DO Rev. A (1.8 Mbit/s , 3.1 Mbit/s )
TD-SCDMA
TD-HSDPA
Tracking/Positioning:
GPS
A-GPS
GLONASS
Wi-Fi
Cell ID
Wi-Fi:WiFi is a technology that uses radio waves to provide network connectivity. A WiFi connection is established using a wireless adapter to create hotspots - areas in the vicinity of a wireless router that are connected to the network and allow users to access internet services. Once configured, WiFi provides wireless connectivity to your devices by emitting frequencies between 2.4GHz - 5GHz, based on the amount of data on the network.
802.11a (IEEE 802.11a-1999)
802.11b (IEEE 802.11b-1999)
802.11g (IEEE 802.11g-2003)
802.11n (IEEE 802.11n-2009)
802.11n 5GHz
802.11ac (IEEE 802.11ac)
Dual band
Wi-Fi Hotspot, MiMO
Bluetooth:Bluetooth first appeared as a consumer technology in 2000 and it is still going strong. It is a wireless communication protocol for connecting devices through the air - it is slower than Wi-Fi but is often simpler to set up, and is usually preferred for device-to-device transfers.
4.2
Features:
A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
LE (Low Energy)
USB:A USB port is a standard cable connection interface for personal computers and consumer electronics devices. USB stands for Universal Serial Bus, an industry standard for short-distance digital data communications. USB ports allow USB devices to be connected to each other with and transfer digital data over USB cables. They can also supply electric power across the cable to devices that need it.
2.0
Features:
Charging
Mass storage
Proprietary
Connectivity:
Computer sync
OTA sync
Tethering
NFC
VoLTE
Browser:
HTML
HTML5
CSS 3
Multimedia Apple iPhone 7
Speaker:
Loudspeaker
Earpiece
Stereo speakers, Cirrus Logic 338S00105
Cirrus Logic 338S00220
HAC (M3/T4) - Hearing Aid Comaptibility
Radio:
No
Headphone jack:
No
Audio file formats/codecs:
AAC (Advanced Audio Coding)
AAC+ / aacPlus / HE-AAC v1
AMR / AMR-NB / GSM-AMR (Adaptive Multi-Rate, .amr, .3ga)
AMR-WB (Adaptive Multi-Rate Wideband, .awb)
eAAC+ / aacPlus v2 / HE-AAC v2
FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec, .flac)
MIDI
MP3 (MPEG-2 Audio Layer II, .mp3)
OGG (.ogg, .ogv, .oga, .ogx, .spx, .opus)
WMA (Windows Media Audio, .wma)
WAV (Waveform Audio File Format, .wav, .wave)
AIFF
Video file formats/codecs:
3GPP (3rd Generation Partnership Project, .3gp)
AVI (Audio Video Interleaved, .avi)
H.263
H.264 / MPEG-4 Part 10 / AVC video
QuickTime (.mov, .qt)
MPEG-4
Design Apple iPhone 7
Width:
67.1 mm
Height:
138.3 mm
Thickness:
7.1 mm
Weight:
138 g
Volume:
65.89 cm³
Colors:
Black
Silver
Rose-gold
Gold
Red
Body materials:
Aluminium alloy
Certification:
IP67
Battery Apple iPhone 7
Capacity:
1960 mAh
2G stand-by time:
240 h
3G talk time:
12 h
3G stand-by time:
240 h
Features:
Non-removable
Additional features Apple iPhone 7
Additional features:
A1660 - SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) EU: head - 1.370 W/kg; body - 1.390 W/kg
A1660 - SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) US: head - 1.190 W/kg; body - 1.200 W/kg
A1778 - SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) EU: head - 1.380 W/kg; body - 1.340 W/kg
A1778 - SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) US: head - 1.190 W/kg; body - 1.190 W/kg
A1779 - SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) EU: head - 1.320 W/kg; body - 1.380 W/kg
A1779 - SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) US: head - 1.200 W/kg; body - 1.190 W/kg
A1780 - SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) EU: head - 1.370 W/kg; body - 1.390 W/kg
A1780 - SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) US: head - 1.190 W/kg; body - 1.200 W/kg
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)
Head SAR (EU):
1.37 W/kg
Body SAR (EU):
1.39 W/kg
Head SAR (USA):
1.19 W/kg
Body SAR (USA):
1.2 W/kg