The Apple iPhone 7 has already been making waves, but the planned Pro edition is expected to include a few additional advancements. People who are interested in buying an iPhone 7 should take a look at these points about the iPhone 7 Pro to see if they should get this special edition of the phone or if they should just go for the basic model instead.
The iPhone 7 Pro will come with a 5.5-inch screen with a 1080x1920 resolution. This will be better than the 4.7-inch display on the original iPhone 7. The contrast ratio will be around the same as the original model with a 1300:1 ratio. It allows more detailed images to be displayed in many forms.
This will also be a little heavier than the original model. While the basic unit is about 4.87 ounces in weight, the iPhone 7 Pro will be about 6.63 ounces. This is primarily to offset the added size on the unit to make it stand out a little more.
The A10 Fusion chip will be used in the iPhone 7 Pro. This uses a 64-bit design to create the most intricate graphics displays possible. An M10 motion coprocessor will also be added to help with supporting some of the more complicated functions that may be read by the processor at any given time.
About 3 GB of RAM will also be included. This is also expected to work with 32, 128 or 256 GB of memory. Interestingly enough, the Jet Black color that has been heavily promoted will only be available for the larger models.
The camera will have a 12-megapixel sensor. This will use two LED flash tones and features support for 4K video recording. Various traditional sensors like a face detection system and even a geotagging setup will also be included here.
The iOS 10 operating system will be used here as well. This appears to be the operating system that Apple will be using for a while, what with it being a little more responsive and capable of handling more detailed application processes. Fortunately, the same great apps that people have come to expect from Apple will be included in this operating system.
More carriers are coming on board to offer support for the iPhone 7. The iPhone 7 Pro will have support for Sprint, Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile carriers among many others. This will work on an extensive variety of bands and speeds. The Bluetooth 4.2 wireless system will also be included here to make it easier for the phone to stay functional and ready to run quickly. NFC technology will also be added here like with other Apple devices to make wireless payments easy to handle.