consumersmartphone, 28 Feb 2017Now tell me which one is better? lol
1) 4.7" with 1960mAh battery and 7.1mm thick
2) 4.7" wi... moreIt's more like
1.) 4.7" 1960mAh 7.1mm
2.) 4.6" 2700mAh 9.5mm smaller bezels (Xperia X Compact)
2.) 4.7" 3000mAh 9.5mm
Anonymous, 26 Feb 2017
Your comment would have been decent if you thought about the fact that this is a 7.1mm phone... moreNow tell me which one is better? lol
1) 4.7" with 1960mAh battery and 7.1mm thick
2) 4.7" with 3000mAh battery and 7.3-7.4mm thick
iphone is best and top in the world. because they using best and top quality hardware in the phone.
iphone users will need some aloe vera, coz iphone is not safe for use. They also got faulty battery and the company will still blame user for misuse
M 12, 20 Feb 2017I'm confused between iphone7 and samsungS7 edgeIphone is a better deal.
This should show that there is still a huge market for flagship spec sub 5" phones. a 4.7 inch screen is a nice size without being too big and making your phone too hard to handle..
I dont know why Android is like non-existent in this market..
Anonymous, 26 Feb 2017The RAM would have been decent if it was at least 3 GBI don't have a problem with 2GB RAM. You can see on Phonebuff that it's 2GB often perform even better than 4 or 6 GB because of the excellent RAM management.
Royan, 26 Feb 2017The Battery would have been decent if it was at least 3000mAh lol
Your comment would have been decent if you thought about the fact that this is a 7.1mm phone with a 4.7in display, and not a 5.7in phablet with 8mm thickness
By far the most popular phone. Use to work for Rogers, the iPhone 7 regular is by far the most popular option. Bar none.
Anonymous, 26 Feb 2017The RAM would have been decent if it was at least 3 GBThe Battery would have been decent if it was at least 3000mAh lol
go for iphone it is great mobile or wait till the arrival of Nokia 3310 :P
Royan, 25 Feb 2017Where is satisfied with using phone with so many things to concerns and turn off. Just admit t... moreI don't admit something which isn't true. I don't have to charge it 2 times a day. And those are also not necessary functions, these are things I don't use which is different with everybody. If you need handoff and spotlight search, then I'm ok with it, but there are definitely other things you don't need.
North America model A16xx (qualcomm modem) offers the same bands as EU A17xx model with Intel modem?
Anonymous, 25 Feb 2017The most effective thing is to turn down the display brightness. I almost always use it at hal... moreWhere is satisfied with using phone with so many things to concerns and turn off. Just admit that iPhone 7 battery life is just good but not enough, charge it 1-2 times a day, what matters? You live at wood? Short of power source? Don't need to lie, don't need to defend, admit it and happy. I'm iPhone 7 user and yes need to charge it 1-2 times a day and what? Electricity in my country still enough. I'm still okay with this!
consumersmartphone, 25 Feb 2017No problem, explain it! I'm former user of iPhone 4, 5, 6. Judge me what ever you want. But pl... moreThe most effective thing is to turn down the display brightness. I almost always use it at half the brightness, which got into me when I used the Xperia M4 Aqua. (And at this phone, half thebrightness is darker)
Then as I said, background refresh for apps I don't need it.
Another thing I do is not to close apps running in the background, because after a few seconds, they get into a power saving mode which is much more efficient than always starting them up and also saves you time.
I don't use handoff, so it's turned off.
I don't use spotlight search (only for searching an app which I don't directly find on my homescreen, but that still works after doing the following) so I turn it off everything in this page, also the apps. But I don't know if this has a big impact for battery life, but it definitely makes older phones faster (newer ones are fast enough to handle without lag)
I only turn on Bluetooth when I need it
I only turn on WiFi when I need it (so not outside)
An effective tip is to turn on flight mode and WiFi at home, so it doesn't connect to mobile network, but I'm too lazy to do this
Another effective tip is to turn on flight mode (Wifi turned off) while charging. I heard it doubles the charging speed. But then you don't receive things like WhatsApp messages so I don't do this.
Automatic iTunes downloads (includes AppStore and Books) are disabled, I don't need and want it and it saves battery because it doesn't search for it in the background every once in a while
You can adjust your location settings under privacy, which can also save a lot of battery.
I use touchID, which is more secure and doesn't take as long as typing in an password, so it saves a little bit of power
I also use iOS 10.3 beta. I heard iOS 10.2 and 10.2.1 have problems with battery life (which I didn't experience) but maybe this has also an impact on battery life.
If you still struggle with your battery, you can use the built-in power saving mode.
So yeah, the settings app is probably the most powerful tool in iOS. The home screen, lock screen and such things may not be as customizable as on android, but the settings app is definitely not far behind of android settings apps if not better.
Anonymous, 24 Feb 2017for example turning off unused background refresh (note: I said unused, not every single one. ... moreNo problem, explain it! I'm former user of iPhone 4, 5, 6. Judge me what ever you want. But please educated us how to make iPhone 7 last all day long.