Revealed at the launch event in September 2016, the iPhone 7, along with the iPhone 7 Plus, were the first models of the iPhone range to be designed without the standard 3.5 mm headphone jack socket. However, once people had got used to the idea that they would either need to buy wireless accessories, or use an adaptor, the iPhone 7 went on to gain critical acclaim. One of the popular features was that the phone had IP67 water and dust resistance. Another was the inclusion of a virtual Home button to replace the physical one, and the use of the innovative Taptic Engine to give physical feedback when the button was pressed.
Lighter in weight than its predecessor (the iPhone 6S), the iPhone 7 had sleek, seamless lines and came in two new, cool colours – Black and a glossy-finish Jet Black. These new colours proved so popular that they sold out as soon as they hit the shops. The 4.7-inch Retina HD display was an advance over the display on the 6S, with improved colour reproduction accuracy, and increased brightness. By mid-2017, the iPhone 7 and the 7 Plus were being hailed as the biggest-selling smartphones in the world.
Although the iPhone 7 is resistant to water, it has a sleek profile which makes it hard to keep hold of it if the case is wet, and this leaves it vulnerable to breakage from dropping. If your iPhone 7 has suffered screen damage, or something just isn’t working properly, you need an expert to fix it for you. This is where iTechnician can help – our iTechs are all iPhone repair experts, and whatever the problem - a screen repair, a camera problem or a damaged case - they can fix your phone and get it back in your hands with minimal delay. There’s no need to wait - get a free quote today for an iPhone 7 on-demand repair.
iPhone 7 repair costs vary and are constantly changing. We will keep updating this page so you can get an idea on what you should be paying for repairs in your area.