The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus from Apple received mixed reviews upon its release in September. The most talked-about feature was the lack of a headphone jack; still, the crowd was impressed with the new Apple handset.
However, no matter how flawless we all think the design of the iPhone 7 is, we still wish that it had more to offer. Despite having a longer battery life and the iOS 10, there's always room for improvement.
Here are a few components which we think would make the iPhone 7, and other future Apple phones, way better:
1) Always-on display
With this, you can easily keep an eye on certain things, particularly the time, date, missed calls, and even messages. Other brands such as Samsung and Motorola offer this feature on some of their phones.
2) Expandable memory
Though the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus packs a whopping 256GB of storage capacity, we'd be grateful for an SD card reader. Let's face it, there's just not enough room on our phones.
3) Dual sim
Two sim cards on a single phone is far more practical than two phones with only a sim card each. Most Android units nowadays are built with a dual-sim card reader, so why not add this feature to a major brand such as the iPhone?
4) Customisable interface
Who doesn't want to personalize their own handsets? Sure, the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus already look stunning, but wouldn't it be nice to handpick the apps you want to see on-screen or add custom skins to amp up its appeal?
5) Wireless charging
Since Apple has already entered the wireless earphone scene, why not make the iPhone 7 capable of wireless charging? Tech rivals Samsung, Google, LG, and Motorola have tapped the wireless charging technology. Apple wouldn't want to be left behind.