Apple News: iPhone 7 Improved Camera; 'Pokemon GO' on Apple Watch; and All Things Removed from The Phone [WATCH]

By , UniversityHerald Reporter

Apple just unveiled the new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus on September 7th. And the rumors you probably love and hate, are true!

iPhone 7 and 7 Plus new colors and the incredible dual lens camera

First off, let's start with the big news on Apple iPhone 7 family. We've heard about the rumors and they do come alive. iPhone 7 is IP67 certified, meaning, it is water and dust resistant.

iPhone 7 gets storage boost with 32 GB as the base. Also, there are two new colors, black and jet black that come alongside gold and rose gold. Goodbye space gray.

iPhone 7 Plus gets dual-camera design for wide angle and telephoto, both sporting 12 MP lens and the front camera is 7 MP. It is so smart that it can analyze every shot to get the details.

Apple ditched the home button and replaced it with force sensitive button, Telegraph reported.

Super Mario on iPhone 7

The world's most beloved game, Super Mario, is coming to App Store. The video game, Super Mario Run, will be available by the end of year. Mario will also appear on iMessage as stickers.

iPhone 7 no headphone jack

This is not a surprise as the rants keep saying so. Now that it come to live, what's left is the controversy. Apple superfans may hate the absence of headphone jack. Apple forces them to use wireless headphones.

Apple Watch series 2

It's been a long time since the original Apple Watch was released. Now it is loaded with features like waterproof for swimming exercise, and GPS for runners. It comes with more vivid screen and ceramic material. The rumors on health apps are true but a surprising news is the "Pokemon GO" app that will be available for download soon.

Apple Watch series 2 will display all the things players couldn't have done without their phone. For instance, checking their walking distance to hatch eggs, finding out Pokestops and getting alert for that. Players will also see which Pokemon shows up, The Verge reported.

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