The media coverage of Apple’s upcoming iPhone 8 has been incessant, with rumors and leaks and renders of the ultra-premium device pouring in on a daily basis. And while they’re certainly warranted given the flagship’s impressive slate of specifications, including its 5.8-inch OLED display, advanced 3D security and augmented reality applications, new design and next-generation internals across the board, it’s worth noting that the iPhone 8 will be just one of Apple’s three iPhone models expected to touch down this fall. Apple is currently developing next-generation iPhone 7s and 7s Plus handsets to replace the iPhone 7 lineup from last year. And while they haven’t received the same amount of coverage as the iPhone 8, there’s still plenty of reason to believe Apple’s iPhone 7s duo will pack some serious upgrades over their predecessors.
On the following pages, we’ll outline four reasons why the iPhone 7s will be superior to the iPhone 7.