Apple iPhone 7 Plus Product Red Unboxing & Firstlook
Hi guys and welcome to 123 my IT’s video on Apple’s latest iPhone release the Apple iPhone 7 Plus Product Red.
the first thing that you will notice about Apples new iPhone is that it’s red and you can get this model in both the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. These phones come with 2 storage options 128 gigabyte and a 256 gigabyte capacity. Apple very conveniently have released this new colour on the very same week that Samsung Galaxy S8 is due to be announced.
This iPhone is called the Product Red iPhone because it’s part of the Product Red cause which means that a portion of the profit from the sale of this iPhone goes to the Product Red cause. And you can find out more about this on the link below.
As you take the iPhone out of the box the first thing that you will notice is the back of the phone is red however the front of the phone is white. This has been a big disappointment for myself and also a lot of other iPhone fans, because a lot of people would have liked to have seen a black front on the iPhone with a red back or a fully red iPhone both on the front and back.
This aside the quality of the iPhone and the deepness and sharpness of the red his outstanding. Is it worth upgrading to well I’m not convinced unless however if you are in the market for a new iPhone then this would be an ideal selection.
This is the matte finish very similar to the other iPhones, however this is not like the Jet Black model which had a glossy finish. So it should be fairly durable.
One nice thing that Apple has done here is they have match the antenna lines with the bezel of the phone so the antenna lines are almost hidden.
So what do you think guys do you think the iPhone read is worth the upgrade? leave your comments in the comments field below and thanks for watching.
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This video will show you how to identify an affected Apple AC Wall plug adapter. These adapters are being recalled by Apple because of a design fault where by the affected plug could shock some users.
This is a massive design fault by Apple a company that prides itself on great design. The adapter that comes with all iOS and Mac computers which allows you to change the power cord for a longer power cord or to change adapter type for different country’s.
If the plug gets damaged or breaks over time there is a chance that that you could take an electric shock.
Most people would assume when a plug is broken in this way that you would throw the plug out and by a new one, however improved design may actually stop being shocked even with a faulty plug.
And thus the Apple Recall has started.
So how do you tell If you have an Apple recall plug or not? Well here is Apples explanation below which I find that I had two read it a few times to make sense of it. 🙂
Identifying your wall plug adapter
Compare your adapter to the images below. An affected wall plug adapter has 4 or 5 characters or no characters on the inside slot where it attaches to an Apple power adapter. Redesigned adapters have a 3-letter regional code in the slot (EUR, KOR, AUS, ARG or BRA).
So can we have that in plain English please? Basically in these countrys Europe, Korea, Australia, Argentina and Brazil, If you check your AC adapter and it has 4 or 5 numbers on it or is blank then you can return it to an Apple store for an exchange.
Pretty straight forward? I don’t know why they didn’t just say that on their webpage.
This video will show you the Apple iPad Pro Unboxing & Firstlook.
The brand new Apple iPad Pro, the first of its kind that Apple has released and it’s BIG, REAL BIG. But is it worth or just more of the same from Apple? I will leave that decision up to you. However lets take a look at what we are dealing with here in the Apple iPad Pro Unboxing & firstlook.
Lets talk about the size the screen is now a 12.9-inch retina display.
The iPad pro has 5.6 million pixels, which is the highest‑resolution Retina display of any of Apple’s iOS device’s so far. But this is probably because there is allot of real estate to fit that many pixels.
In Apples words 🙂
iPad has always offered a uniquely simple yet immersive experience. And now with its expansive 12.9-inch Retina display, nearly double the CPU performance of iPad Air 2, and refined Multi‑Touch technology, iPad Pro adds another dimension to that experience. It’s not just larger. It’s an iPad that lets you be more creative and more productive — at a whole new scale.
The iPad Pro sports Apple’s most powerful chip the A9X Chip and in the video we used Geekbench to benchmark the iPads Pro vs iPad Air 2. The iPad Pro smashes the iPad Air 2 in the single core scores of 3235 to 1817.
Probably the next big change and something that is unique to the iPad range is the inclusion of two extra high‑fidelity speakers bringing the total up to four speakers in the iPad Pro. I doubt that this is something Apple can actually fit into the iPad Air 2 so I believe it will stay unique to the iPad pro only. So the idea is that the sound will be more engaging with three times the acoustic output of iPad Air. Which is great but we found that if you are holding the iPad Pro your hands tend to cover the exact spot where the speaker grills are mounted and may cause some distortion of the sound. Not a big deal, but one worth mentioning.
Lastly, as an optionally extra you can buy a pen and a keyboard case that will allow you to write on the iPad and type like a normal laptop. while this seems to work fine. It doesn’t really replace you desktop and if you are looking to do that you might be better off with something like the Microsoft Surface Book or the Surface Pro 4.
For more details check out the Apple Official iPad Pro webpage.