tae New, pūtukatuka tere me te roa te ora pūhiko mo te iPhone iti 7, me rua-kāmera i runga i te tuara mo te iPhone 7 Plus - engari rite tohu, Ko kore ake te Jack Kaweoro
kua huraina Apple te iPhone 7 a 7 Ētahi atu, ona smartphones whakatupuranga muri, e whai i te titiro konumohe rite engari inaianei parewai ki whekau hou, pātene kāinga pēhanga-tairongo hou, āhuatanga rua-kāmera hou me kahore turanga Kaweoro.
perehitini tuarua matua o Apple o hokohoko te ao, Phil Schiller, ka mau ki te atamira i te Pire Graham Civic Auditorium i San Francisco ki te kauwhau i te atamai, te tuatahi ki te whakarewa i ki iOS hou te kamupene o 10 pūmanawa mō te iPhone me te iPad ki ake whakamōhiotanga me ngā āhuatanga karere.
Te huringa nui ki te iPhone hou, Heoi, is the removal of the universal 3.5mm headphone jack, which used to be cut into the bottom of the smartphone and is common to almost all forms of audio-producing electronics. Engari, Apple hopes users will embrace the Lightning port, which is commonly used for power and file transfers, for audio, or wireless headphones such as those made by Apple’s Beats headphones brand.
Lightning connector headphones and a Lightning-to-analogue adapter will be included with the new iPhone.
Schiller said: “Apple EarPods are the most popular headphones in the world. Now we’re moving them to Lightning. He aha? Because it provides digital audio, mana, and many other advantages that are simply not possible over an analogue connection.
“The analogue headphone jack has been with us for a very long time. Ko te take ki te neke i runga i he itoito. Te itoito no te neke i runga i ka mahi i te tahi mea hou e betters katoa o tatou. "
faaite hoki Apple he huinga hou o ona EarPod i-taringa puku, tenei wa, kahore te taura, huaina AirPods, e tūmanako reira ka whai mamatanga te whakawhitinga i te tauranga taringa.
E whānui wātea i roto i te whānuitanga o ngā utu me te āheinga taringa Nihokikorangi, a whai riro rongonui i roto i te rua tau e mua, engari pono ahokore i roto i-taringa i takatakahi puku ki hinga nga herenga hangarau o te ora pūhiko poto me te hononga ngoikore. He maha ngā tauira hou tukua tenei tau i kamupene pērā i Motorola, Bragi ko Samsung tumanako ki te whakaoti i aua raruraru.
Phil Schiller, perehitini tuarua matua o te hokohoko te ao, mea: "Whakatika noa nei riro kahore tetahi i runga i te wero o whakatika nga mea e te hunga uaua ki te mahi i roto i te mau iteraa ahokore kia taea ia tatou katoa oaoa i ratou. Na e te aha e tatou te mahi ki te Apple AirPods. "
ka utu AirPods $170 a kia wātea i roto i te mutunga o Oketopa. ka tuku hoki Patu Kaweoro waitohu o Apple tauira ahokore hou.
Tere maramara A10 Fusion
Rite ki te whakahōunga katoa iPhone o mua, te iPhone 7 a 7 Plus i tere, pūtukatuka atu kaha - i te Apple A10 Fusion whakakapi i te A9 i iPhone 6s o whakamutunga tau - ki te waho o te kitenga huringa mohio i roto i te hoahoa i te smartphones hou.
Ka whai i te tapawhā-matua A10 Fusion pūtukatuka hou 120 wa te mahi o te iPhone taketake me Apple ta ka whakawhānui hoki reira te ora pūhiko i roto i te whakapai ake hua mana.
whakatau tata Apple e te iPhone 7 ka whakaora, i te toharite, e rua atu haora o te ora pūhiko atu te iPhone 6s.
te iPhone 7 haere mai i roto i te tae pango mōhinuhinu hou, me te ua huna nga rārangi pūihi mua kitea i runga i te tuara māka o tweaks iti ataata te tokorua ki te waea hou i runga i matua. Ko hoki te iPhone hou inaianei parewai ki paerewa IP67, mau mai i te reira ki te raina ki te tāwhai i Samsung me ētahi atu.
Kua hoki te pātene kāinga kua takawiria ki te whakamahi i te rite hangarau pēhanga-tairongo rite trackpads MacBook a Apple me te mata pa 3D o te iPhone 6s, e whakatau i te kaupapa mā te whakamahi i te sensation wiriwiri iti ka aki kahore mau depressing. The new button will allow further gesture control and could pave the way for the button to be removed entirely in subsequent version of the smartphone.
For many, the home button has been one of the weak points of the iPhone, requiring replacement which has proved tricky due to the fingerprint sensor and secure chip hidden underneath.
te iPhone 7 will also have an improved camera system to keep up with rivals. The iPhone used to have the best camera in the business, but the iPhone 6S faced stiff competition from not only Samsung, but HTC, LG and rising star Chinese firm Huawei.
The camera now has a faster, larger 12-megapixel sensor, a faster f1.8 lens for better low-light photography and an enhanced true-tone flash. All versions of the iPhone will now have optical image stabilisation, not just the larger Plus models.
The update will see a new dual-camera fitted to the back of the larger iPhone 7 Ētahi atu – one 12-megapixel telephoto lens and one 12-megapixel wide-angle lens – similar to those fitted to LG’s G5. Both Huawei and LG have released smartphones in the last year using two cameras on the back to varying degrees of success.
Apple allows optical zoom now up to 2x with both lenses, using digital zoom to go beyond. A free update will also allow users to blur the background using both lenses to judge distance and create a bokeh effect, similar to software effects produced by rivals.
Schiller said: “On a dSLR you can move lens elements to zoom with a large lens. But on a phone you can’t do that. So we’re using two cameras and two lenses to do the same. The quality of the zoom, even with software zoom, is so much better than before we decided to push it up to 10x.”
te iPhone 7 will be available in four colours starting on 16 September at $649 for 32GB of storage – increased from last year’s 16GB base storage with 128GB and 256GB options. te iPhone 7 Plus will cost from $769, again with 32GB of storage. The jet-black models will be 128GB and 256GB variants only.
Last year’s iPhone 6S, 6S Plus and the iPhone SE will be still available, now starting with 32GB of storage. The iPhone upgrade programme will also be made available in the UK.
Tick, tock, tock?
Taea noatia tenei ra, Apple’s smartphones have had a complete redesign every two years according to its traditional release schedule, with improved processors and a few new features every other year making up the “tock” in the cycle. Intel and others also use the tick, tock product cycle, traditionally displaying improved battery life on the tick.
te iPhone 6 was the tick, which means the iPhone 6S was the tock. The iPhone 7’s use of the similar industrial design of previous iPhones plus new colours bucks the trend, meaning the new iPhone could be considered as a second-such tock. Whether improved specifications and a few new features, some of which will come to 2015’s iPhone 6S through software updates, will be enough to continue to woo customers remains to be seen.
“Apple’s biggest challenge is how to manage its large install base – the biggest in the industry – and convince them to replace their smartphones and spend more on services and in the company’s ecosystem,” said Francisco Jeronimo IDC’s research director for European mobile devices. “As we approach 80-85% smartphone penetration, it’s no longer about people buying their first smartphone but attracting customers from rivals.”
I roto i te UK, Apple is fighting a war with chief rival Samsung over the 20% of users that switch between operating systems. It scored the most switchers with the iPhone 6, which introduced new screen sizes, but now it must attempt to convince users to upgrade from previous iPhones.
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