Will the iPhone 7 live up to the hype? | The Tylt

Will the iPhone 7 live up to the hype?
Apple is unveiling the iPhone 7 at its big product gala on September 7. The new smartphone is expected to look a lot like the iPhone 6S, featuring some marginal improvements like water resistance and dual cameras—and the headphone jack may disappear completely. Knowing Apple, the iPhone 7 will likely be blazing fast and very thin, but only 10% of iPhone owners are expected to upgrade if the design looks the same. Others say Apple has lost its stranglehold on mobile innovation to Samsung. So are you still #HypedForApple or are you ready to say #MakeMineSamsung? Vote below!
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Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff is part of a growing chorus of tech-savvy professionals who think Apple has lost its innovation edge to Samsung.
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But with rumors that the new iPhone 7 will be the thinnest smartphone on the market (without that pesky headphone jack)—along with water resistance, next-gen A10 processors and a possible Smart Connector—fans are still pumped.
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And a lot of Apple acolytes, including Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and Business Insider CEO Henry Blodget, have come out against removing the headphone jack.
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No one's sitting around complaining their iPhone is too thick or that the headphone jack is a design flaw. Apple's become expert at creating solutions in search of problems.
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But some Apple fans are excited for wireless earbuds and look forward to the new design.
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FINAL RESULTS
Culture
Will the iPhone 7 live up to the hype?
A festive crown for the winner
#HypedForApple
#MakeMineSamsung