Although the design hasn’t changed all that much, Apple did introduce two new color options: black and jet black, the latter of which is a glossier version. For what it’s worth, Apple says on its site that scratches will be easily seen because of the high shine, so cases are recommended.
The device is now IP67 water and dust resistant, which means you can carry-on during a rain storm and not have to worry about your device shorting out. Meanwhile, the home button is now Force-sensitive and the headphone jack has been eliminated altogether. It’s either wireless or Lightning-equipped headphones from now on.
Meanwhile, the iPhone 7 comes with an A10 Fusion chip for faster performance, stereo speakers, an improved Retina HD display, and a better 12-megapixel camera with quad-LED True Tone flash. You can read more in-depth about the iPhone 7 in our announcement post.
Check out the video above to see Apple’s new handset in action.