Apple iPhone 7 32GB

Apple iPhone 7 32GB

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Apple iPhone 7 32GB Phone Insurance

Our mobile phone insurance comes with the following


A hassle-free claims process

Our claims processing team is based in the United Kingdom and we provide a straight-forward, hassle-free claims process whether you're making a claim for a smashed screen or a stolen phone and claims can be submitted online 24 hours a day.


Accidental Damage

If your mobile phone is damaged accidentally we will repair your phone and if it can’t be repaired we will replace it, like for like.


Liquid Damage

In the event your smartphone is damaged due to liquid ingression and can’t be repaired, we will replace it.


Mechanical Breakdown

If a breakdown of your mobile phone occurs outside of the manufacturer’s guarantee or warranty period we will pay the repair costs. If we are unable to economically repair your phone, then a like for like replacement phone will be provided.



Should you wish to take out the optional loss cover at an additional charge and lose your phone we will replace it.



If your mobile phone is stolen we will replace it, like for like.


Worldwide Cover

We provide up to 90 days cover abroad per annum.


Family Cover

Immediate family members using your mobile phone will be covered.


Unauthorised Use

In the event your phone is stolen or lost, your misuse of equipment cover is up to £1000.

iPhone 7 – Review

This is the iPhone that received a mixed view from its release, with many regarding the updates to the device as minimal and not justifiable for a new iPhone from the previous generations. The iPhone 7 seems to feature updates that would have been well received had it been the iP 6S instead. This model does feature more storage options, waterproofing and an upgraded camera with a design that hasn’t seen change in three years or so.

The screen is brighter and more colourful than the one found on the  6 and 6S, and with the headphone jack making a disappearance again in tandem with a water-resistant chassis this iPhone can now be submerged. This was the iPhone that effectively started the max exodus of the headphone jack we knew and loved, although the anger has mainly been exaggerated as many have shrugged it off thinking it isn’t a big deal in reality.

 The overall design may not look extremely different to previous iPhones of old, but there has been some minor improvements that do make a serious difference.  Its actually a bit thicker than the iPhone 6, and is the same as the 6S but feels nice and not bulky still. The home button we’re used to and have seen as part of the iconic design has dramatically changed, as it is no longer clickable in a physical sense it is now a sunken point that responds to the force of your touch. This is a surprisingly nice feature that feels far more natural than the old tech, a small different but noticeable.

Storage options start from 32GB as entry level all the way up to 256GB for those wanting plenty of room. With no user expandable options on this device, it doesn’t look like something Apple will be adding any time soon, and with these big storage options available the need isn’t really there. We also get the 3D Touch system as seen on the previous 6S, where the handset detects the amount of pressure your finger is exerting on the screen, a feature that still really needs to be optimised as it hasn’t really been put to noticeable use as of yet. The differences will only be really noticeable if you’re coming from an older iPhone, say iP 5 device, and you’ll notice the differences majorly.

The big change everyone will see immediately is how the screen has improved, with it being much more clean and sharp, displaying better colours making a very good screen to look at. The white balance has also been updated to a warmer note, with elements of True Tone from the iPad 9.7. The contrast however has caused people to think Apple could have done more to make it as clear as some other flagship devices from rival firms.

The power behind the iPhone 7 has been improved also, packing the new A10 Fusion processor with iOS 10. The chip is Apple’s best chip so far, with tasks on the phone being taken on with ease and quickly done. There is really not much this phone can’t handle, appearing to be faster than the S7 Edge also. The speed of opening/closing apps is very impressive, and just switching through apps is a breeze – and with improved speakers making the difference between the iP 6S and 7 ever more evident.

One of the big talking points of the iPhone 7 is the battery life, and most of that talk is not too positive. Many believe the increase in power isn’t great enough, with the iPhone 7 containing a 10% battery life increase that still leaves you needing to recharge long before night time. This is quite a significant point, as their rival flagship devices from companies like Samsung and Sony can last an entire day now. Charging time has been increased slightly, but as Apple hasn’t made a big deal about the charging time, as it isn’t a huge difference but another slight one.

The camera has since a few upgrades and updates behind the scenes, like the low light performance which is far, far better now than that of the 6S. The colours it picks up are also more vibrant and evident, with better contrast now as well. The front camera has also been upgraded from 5MP to 7MP, ready for those inevitable selfies which will now be even better.

Overall the iPhone 7 is a step up from the previous generations, but if you’re in ownership of the iPhone 6S it is hard to justify getting the 7. The upgrades are there, and it is a brilliant device. But it is a tough choice between the iP 6S and the 7, with price weighing up many peoples opinions.

iPhone 7 Technical Specifications:

Operating System, Apple iOS 10

Display/Screen, 4.7-inch LCD screen with Retina HD (1334x750 resolution) display


12MP f/1.8 (wide-angle) and f/2.8 aperture (telephoto) rear camera

7MP f/2.2 aperture front camera

4K @30fps


A10 Fusion chip with 64-bit architecture

Embedded M10 motion coprocessor

Memory and storage, RAM 4GB & Storage 32GB – 256GB

Dimensions and weight

Height 7.1 mm

Length 138.3 mm

Width 67.1 mm

Weight 138g