iPhone 7 Review

The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are profoundly surprising gadgets. They are loaded with forceful breaks from tradition while wrapped in cases that look precisely like their two direct antecedents. Indeed, even that coherence of outline is a break from tradition; after very nearly 10 years of Apple's consistent two-year iPhone redesign design, only holding a similar plan for a third straight year plays against desires.

Inside that case, everything else about the iPhone 7 is a definitive articulation about what's to come. The double cameras on the iPhone 7 Plus guarantee to introduce another time in versatile photography. The famous iPhone home catch is no more extended a physical catch, however rather an advanced expressive dance of weight sensors and haptic vibration engines that reproduce the vibe of a catch. The new A10 Fusion processor mixes two high-control centres that opponent portable PC execution with two low-control centres that consolidate with a much bigger battery to stretch out run time by up to two hours.

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Apple Pay Debuts in Japan and Crashes

Apple Pay finally launched in Japan on October 24, and ran into some serious problems. It was not able to connect with the mobile payment system that serves Tokyo’s train stations.

That was a real embarrassment in a country; where most people commute by train. Train-fare is one of the few items that Japanese are willing to buy with electronic payments. Many of them use contact less electronic payment cards to get on the train, but refuse to use credit cards at the store.

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