The iPhone 7 is here! Apple's product unveiling event has concluded and we finally now have a clearer picture of what these newest models are capable of. Based on the rumors and leaks we've gathered, they're all that we've expected them to be.
They're faster, shinier versions of their predecessors with one long-standing feature saying goodbye and a potentially game-changing feature added to the Plus model.
We also caught a glimpse of the new Apple Watch Series 2 with all the upgrades it has over its previous version. We were actually expecting more out of this second version of the Apple Watch, but the upgrades are incremental - still no camera nor FaceTime capabilities.
Sorry. Better shelve those Dick Tracy fantasies for now.
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Now the two big burning questions:
- Is it worth upgrading from the iPhone 6s or the even older iPhone 6?
- How about for Apple Watch owners, will it be a good time to ditch the older model for the newer version?
Of course, the answers boil down to personal choice and budgets, but we will try and break down the reasons why you should or should not upgrade. Read on and we'll help you decide if it's worth spending the money.