Why is not it a good idea to buy Apple iPhone 7 nowadays?
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Apple’s iPhone 7 and 7 Plus were launched late last year and are, without doubt, the best smartphones Apple has created.
Both offer impressive specs including a fast A10 Fusion processor, Retina display and improved photography.
The iPhone 7 Plus even features a dual-lens camera which can shoot images with a stunning depth of field effect and allows users to get closer to a subject via its 2x optical zoom.
Apple also made both of their latest devices water resistant meaning they can now survive a thorough soaking and both come with at least 32GB of memory – 16GB more that the entry-level iPhone 6s.
All of these features make the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus an attractive proposition and there’s currently plenty of reasons to sign up to new contract.
With the iPhone 7 now almost a year old there are plenty of very good deals on the market.
For example Mobiles.co.uk is selling the iPhone 7 for just £29 per month on a two year deal.
The offer includes 3GB of data plus unlimited calls and texts.
There is an £85 upfront cost to pay although an extra £10 can be saved from this price using the code NODRAMA10.
Three Mobile is also offering a discount on the iPhone with users getting six months of the contract at half price.
This offer means you can own an new Apple device for as little as £21 per month.
If you want to buy the iPhone without a contract then Amazon, John Lewis, Currys and Argos are currently offering £20 off the usual £599 starting price.
So with all these deals on the market now is clearly a very good time to spend some money and upgrade your iPhone.
However, there is of course a reason why this latest device is getting a discount and it could put you off buying one.
Apple looks set to announce a swathe of new products next month with the possibility of three updated iPhones being shown to the world.
Rumours suggest that the US technology giant could reveal an iPhone 7s and 7s Plus which will both offer an improved experience over their predecessors.
The star of the show, however, could be an all-new iPhone 8 which may feature radical updates including a giant edde-to-edge display, improved camera and wireless charging.
It’s currently unclear when these new iPhones will be officially unveiled but Apple usually uses the first few weeks of September to reveal its shiny new devices.
So, if you are thinking of upgrading or buying a new iPhone it might be worth waiting a few more weeks to see exactly what’s coming from Apple.