Apple's iPhone range seems to get better and more powerful with every new release, meaning you only have to go halfway up the range to find one of the best iPhones on the market today.
The iPhone 7 is still considered a powerhouse of reliability, so if you are looking for a fantastic looking phone, with most of the features of a modern handset our refurbished models are perfect.
From Biblical times to the Chinese Dynasties, the number seven has always held huge significance. It's also considered to be a lucky number by many, and this partially explains why the iPhone 7 remains one of the best and most popular Apple launches. The design team at Apple developed a competitive, premium handset with an improved camera, enhanced levels of water protection and a far superior processor in the form of the Apple A10 Fusion chip. In some respects, a refurbished iPhone 7 can appear too good to be true. After all, this device benefited from significant improvements in the camera performance and build quality, while it also enabled Apple to introduce its enhanced A10 Fusion chip.
Of all the changes made to the iPhone 7, the single most noticeable was the significant screen enhancement. More specifically, Apple has provided a 25% brightness boot to the display, creating a more immersive viewing experience when streaming, gaming and even browsing your apps. This clearly represented a move to compete with handsets such as the Galaxy S7 Edge, while it was interesting given that Apple simultaneously decided to retain the same 4.7-inch, 1334x750 screen resolution from previous devices.
Other significant changes to the iPhone 7 can be found in the design build, which now features a robust, water-resistant chassis that can survive an unexpected plunge into water. Of course, this feature adds a little thickness to the frame (as do the dual speakers), but despite this Apple have done exceptionally well to maintain a sleek and lightweight design that customers crave in the modern market.
Even before we delve into the camera performance on the iPhone 7, the specs alone highlight the significant improvements made by designers. The main, rear camera has been upgraded to incorporate a 12MP lens and an improved f/1.8 aperture sensor, enabling you to capture clear images in low light.
Then there's the front-facing camera, which now features a 7MP lens that allows for truly stunning selfies that can capture all of your natural beauty! This also works exceptionally well in low or relatively poor lighting, while the support provided by the much-improved A10 Fusion chip translates into superb performance and quick processing speeds.
The initial launch of the iPhone 7 also ushered in Apple's A10 Fusion chip, which undoubtedly elevated the performance of the handset in comparison with previous iOS models. While this processor may have since been superseded by the bigger, faster and shinier A11 Bionic chip, it features a quad-core design that make it quicker and easier to perform an array of tasks when on the move. Two of these cores are reserved for the most high-powered tasks, with the other two utilized when performing mundane jobs such as checking emails.
Historically, mobile phones were used almost exclusively for the purpose of making and taking calls, but this is no longer the case in the age of the smartphone. In fact, we're just as likely to stream content and music as we are to make a phone call, and the iPhone 7 has clearly been designed to account for this behaviour.
To this end, the iPhone 7 continues Apple's deserved reputation for musical excellence, with its audio quality still incredibly competitive in the contemporary marketplace. With the iPhone 7, the Apple Music platform has grown to compete with rivals such as Spotify, and this has much to do with the audio quality on offer to users. All in all, you can't go wrong with a refurbished iPhone 7.