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Types of Iphone 7

A1203: Original IPhone
A1203: Original IPhone

The iPhone X display has rounded corners that follow a beautiful curved design, and these corners are within a standard rectangle. When measured as a standard rectangular shape, the screen is 5.85 inches diagonally (actual viewable area is less).

A1241: IPhone 3G
A1241: IPhone 3G

iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus models sold in Japan—A1779 and A1785—contain FeliCa for payment and transit with Apple Pay. Information about products not manufactured by Apple, or independent websites not controlled or tested by Apple, is provided without recommendation or endorsement.

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A1303: IPhone 3GS
A1303: IPhone 3GS

iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus models sold in Japan—A1779 and A1785—contain FeliCa for payment and transit with Apple Pay. Information about products not manufactured by Apple, or independent websites not controlled or tested by Apple, is provided without recommendation or endorsement.

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A1332, A1349: IPhone 4
A1332, A1349: IPhone 4

Capacity: 4, 8, 16 GB The model number on the back case is A1203. Details: The back housing is made of anodized aluminum. There's a SIM tray on the top side that holds a "second form factor" (2FF) mini-SIM. The serial number is etched in the back case. See the tech specs for iPhone.

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A1387: IPhone 4S
A1387: IPhone 4S

iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus models sold in Japan—A1779 and A1785—contain FeliCa for payment and transit with Apple Pay. Information about products not manufactured by Apple, or independent websites not controlled or tested by Apple, is provided without recommendation or endorsement.

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A1428, A1429: IPhone 5
A1428, A1429: IPhone 5

The A1428 model iPhone 5 is the Canadian and US AT&T network GSM iPhone, including broad support for UMTS/HSPA+DC-HSDPA (frequencies 850, 900, 1900, 2100 MHz), GSM/EDGE (frequencies 850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz), and LTE bands 4 and 17. The A1429 iPhone comes in two different flavors, one CDMA and one GSM.

source: iphonefaq.org
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A1453, A1457, A1528, A1530 or A1533
A1453, A1457, A1528, A1530 or A1533

The Differences between iPhone 5S A1533, A1453, A1457 and A1530 Updated on Jun 4, 2016 by Tuan Do Now you can grab the new iPhone 5S at an Apple Store or on its online store, however, that’s not the end of the story.

source: techwalls.com
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A1456, A1507, A1526, A1529 or A1532
A1456, A1507, A1526, A1529 or A1532

To help with differentiation, EveryiPhone.com more precisely refers to each iPhone 5c as the iPhone 5c (GSM/North America/A1532), 5c (CDMA/Verizon/A1532), 5c (CDMA/China Telecom/A1532), 5c (CDMA/US/Japan/A1456), 5c (UK/Europe/Middle East/A1507), 5c (China Unicom/A1526), 5c (Asia Pacific/A1529), and 5c (China Mobile/A1516).

source: everymac.com
Battery Specs Current: 2900 mA
Battery Specs Current: 2900 mA

For comparison, know that the iPhone 6s had a 1,715 mAh cell. Moving on to the bigger iPhone 7 Plus, this employs a 2,900 mAh battery, which is 150 mAh more than what was found inside its predecessor, the iPhone 6s Plus.

source: gsmarena.com
Bluetooth 42
Bluetooth 42

Open the Settings app and tap Bluetooth. Tap the i icon alongside one of the devices connected, then choose Forget This Device. Confirm you want to forget it by tapping OK. Put the Bluetooth device in pairing mode. Search for the Bluetooth device again, then re-pair it. Reset iPhone network settings. Resetting your iPhone’s network settings should be a last resort.

source: cultofmac.com
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Camera Specs: Front: 7 Megapixels
Camera Specs: Front: 7 Megapixels

Accessibility features help people with disabilities get the most out of their new iPhone 7. With built-in support for vision, hearing, physical and motor skills, and learning and literacy, you can fully enjoy the world’s most personal device.

source: apple.com
Cellular Radio: Up to LTE (4G)
Cellular Radio: Up to LTE (4G)

LTE is not iPhone specific, it is used by many modern cell phones for high speed data transfer. You’ll often see the “LTE” symbol in the corner of an iPhone, and other cell phone and mobile devices too. When you see the LTE symbol on your device, that means you’re connected to an LTE network, as opposed to 2G EDGE, 3G, etc.

source: osxdaily.com
Colors
Colors

Buyers Guide What color iPhone 7 should you get: Silver, gold, rose gold, black, jet black or (Product) RED? Silver, gold, rose gold, or the new (matte) black or jet black — here's how to pick the perfect iPhone color for you!

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CPU Specs
CPU Specs

Apple iPhone 7 smartphone. Announced Sep 2016. Features 4.7″ LED-backlit IPS LCD display, Apple A10 Fusion chipset, 12 MP primary camera, 7 MP front camera, 1960 mAh battery, 256 GB storage, 2 GB RAM, IP67 certified, Ion-strengthened glass.

source: gsmarena.com
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Firmware:
Firmware:

A firmware is an IPSW file that contains everything needed to run the core operating system, iOS. Beta firmwares have also been released, but require an Apple Developer account to acquire. To check for updates, iTunes contacts itunes.apple.com.

Internal Name: IPhone9,2, IPhone9,4
Internal Name: IPhone9,2, IPhone9,4

List of iPhones. From The iPhone Wiki. ... There are three models of the iPhone 4: the iPhone3,1, ... Internal Name: iPhone9,2, iPhone9,4; RAM: 3 GB; Storage: ...

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Open the Settings app
Open the Settings app

In an iPhone app I'm working on, the user needs to enter some configuration via the settings application before my app will be able to connect to a server and run. Right now when the user first launches my app, I display an alert explaining that the user should go to settings, enter the config details and then relaunch, but this isn't ideal.

Scroll Down Until you see Your Devices
Scroll Down Until you see Your Devices

Alternatively, you can simply scroll down in Settings.app until you find Control Center section. Step 2: Navigate to Control Center > Customize Controls. Scroll down until you find Screen Recording option and then tap on the green “plus” icon to the left of the title.

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