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The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus were announced on September 7, 2016, which introduced larger camera sensors, IP67-certified water and dust resistance, and a quad-core A10 Fusion processor utilizing big.LITTLE technology;[37] the 3.5mm headphone jack was removed, and was followed by the introduction of the AirPods wireless earbuds.[38] Optical image stabilization was added to the 7's camera. A second telephoto camera lens was added on the 7 Plus, enabling two-times optical zoom, and "Portrait" photography mode which simulates bokeh in photos.[39]




Apple iPhone 3g Wireless Announced



The iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and iPhone X were announced on September 12, 2017, in Apple's first event held at the Steve Jobs Theater in Apple Park. All models featured rear glass panel designs akin to the iPhone 4, wireless charging, and a hexa-core A11 Bionic chip with "Neural Engine" AI accelerator hardware. The iPhone X additionally introduced a 5.8-inch OLED "Super Retina" display with a "bezel-less" design, with a higher pixel density and contrast ratio than previous iPhones with LCD displays, and introduced a stronger frame made of stainless steel. It also introduced Face ID facial recognition authentication hardware, in a "notch" screen cutout, in place of Touch ID;[40][41] the home button was removed to make room for additional screen space, replacing it with a gesture-based navigation system.[42] At its US$999 starting price, the iPhone X was the most expensive iPhone at launch.[43]


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iphone ad.jpgHow will Apple (AAPL) get away charging $199 for its new 3G iPhone when it launches next month? In part by getting wireless carriers to subsidize the phones by several hundreds of dollars. But also by cutting the cost of materials and manufacturing more than $50 per phone, according to an iSuppli report summarized by BusinessWeek.The 3G iPhone doesn't come out until July 11, so iSuppli hasn't gotten its hands on one yet for a real teardown. But based on its educated guesses, Apple is spending about $173 for components and manufacturing for each 8-gigabyte 3G iPhone. That's $53 less (23%) than they spent to build the original 8-gig iPhone.[Assuming a $499 wholesale price and $45 in royalties,] Apple's per-unit profit on an 8GB iPhone works out to about $281, or about 56%, in keeping with the percentage on other Apple products, iSuppli says. The figure doesn't include other costs, including software development, shipping and distribution, packaging, and miscellaneous accessories included with each phone. Apple also pays fees to its Chinese manufacturing partner, Hon Hai Precision Industry.How does iSuppli's fantasy teardown compare to other estimates? Earlier this month, Portelligent estimated that Apple's bill of materials for the 3G iPhone "could be as low as $100," or 41% less than the $170 Portelligent says they spent for the old iPhone. But as far as we can tell, that doesn't include manufacturing charges, so it's not a one-to-one comparison to the iSuppli estimate.


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