It looks really beautiful, like all the iPhone models. I think it is not worth buying it because of two things: the price (now iPhone 6 price will be much lower and I would purchase an iPhone 6, which is not so much "obsolete" than an iPhone 7) and the fact there is no headset jack. I think removing headset jack is an error: you cannot listen to music without the adapter (which is an additional device you have to carry with you), if you put the adapter you cannot charge your phone (and, for example, listen to music while you are charging your iPhone with a power bank)... ok there are Bluetooth headsets, but they have different quality and they need to be charged every time... you are much more limited. I think removing such an important thing like a headset jack is an error, and even "making the phone slimmer" does not sound as a particular achievement: iPod Touch (a device I use) is very, very, very slim (slimmer than an iPhone 6 and previous models, but it has headset jack!
I like it. I like to upgrade every two years. Each phone is better and more clear. I wish it were smaller though.
by mr-burns 7 years ago
We we're all expecting the iPhone 5 but we're left with the 4S. Does it have a significant number of changes in its features or does it just fill in the gaps of what should have been in previous iPhones? Worth buying or not?
by J. Biaza 6 years ago
Did you buy an iphone 5? Is it worth buying now?
by Kenna McHugh 2 years ago
What do you think of the iPhone 7?I am sure some of you just love the new phone, but what will it mean to us 10 years from now. Will devices be attached to our ear canal? Like the AirPod? The iPhone will be totally obsolete.
by pwn3112 6 years ago
Is I-phone really worth buying????????????????
by Richard Craig 8 years ago
Is it worth buying an Amazon Kindle just for reading?
by OpenConnect 8 years ago
Do you think it's worth buying the iPad 2 if you already have the first one?If you already have the first iPad do you think it's worth buying the 2nd?
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