What really happened with the iPhone 7?

Mixed reviews are almost certain with any new product, the iPhone 7 being no exception. You either love it, or hate it.

The lack of planning

With the release of the iPhone 7, people are eager to know about how well this new phone is doing and if it really is worth all the hype. Hours after the iPhone 7 was available for pre-order, it was sold out – sold out to the point where shipping dates had to be pushed back. The iPhone 7 is another inventive creation by Apple and it looks every bit as powerful as it is.

iPhone7 Plus CaseEven now the jet black edition has been pushed back until November. 3 months after the initial release. Apple have previously reported that if they the supply was available, and then the demand would be greater.

The truth about the iPhone 7 sales

Although sales were doing well within the first week, they didn’t match the iPhone 6 back in 2014 with a fall of 25% in expected sales. iPhone 6 sales were record-breaking sales for Apple – this cannot be said about the iPhone 7.

Sometimes, it’s just not as good as you think

Those who have the iPhone 7 have said the look and main design of it is way too similar to the iPhone 6, you can change yours with a personalised case. People have also reported no difference in battery life, which many urge Apple to fix. It is harder to listen to music because of the removal of the headphone jack and is too expensive for what buyers get. The latest Apple device in undoubtedly an innovation in terms of design but you can still make it one-of-a-kind.

Customised iPhone 7 cases

And maybe it can be good...

Despite this, there have also been positive reviews, with a massive improvement in the screen resolution and the use of the speakers. Customers have said the camera is amazing and is like being a professional photographer on the go.