Hey guys, we're still here at the Apple event and we're taking a look at these two new colors in the collection.
This is the jet black iPhone 7 and this is the Matblack, regular black iPhone 7 plus and we're gonna take a closer look Particularly this one which seems to be a fingerprint magnet.
But other than that it looks really nice as you can see it almost looks like it has a completely uniform body.
You can slightly detached the ridge over here where the actual screen begins and the back cover ends but As I mentioned before, this is gonna be a huge issue in keeping your phone clean.
As you can see here the new camera.
But it looks pretty elegant if you can keep your fingerprints off of it.
Now let's take a look at the Plus model Obviously the dual camera is the first thing you'll notice.
But the new matte black finish which replaces the space gray which we had before.
Also you can see that the antennas have now moved position.
They're now on the border of the actual phone which is also a nice And welcome change.
And lastly let's take a look at the biggest change of all which is the removal of the headphone jack.
You now have two stereo speakers on the bottom.
And sorry, I forgot one more, the home button.
The home button actually has haptic feedback.
So I can feel it but it doesn't actually click.
Or go down.
It'll detect the pressure, and serve as an actual home button.
Apple may be prepping us for the removal of the home button in the 2017 model.
And that's it for now, but for more details make sure to check out our full coverage at cnet.com.
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