The iPhone line of smartphones, which Apple made, is one of the most popular phones globally. There is no single person in today’s world that will not know what you are talking about at the mention of the name iPhone.
Apple has built a solid brand around smartphones that have been able to draw some cult around the device.
This has even created a debate between users of iPhones and users of other smartphone brands. The iPhones are also one of the most accessible smartphones to differentiate.
One of the most advanced smartphones in the Apple lineup is the iPhone 7, although it was released about five years ago.
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The iPhone was the successor to the iPhone 6, or technically the iPhone 6+ since the iPhone 6+ came after the base iPhone 6, although it was just an upgrade of the iPhone 6. When you look at iPhones, you will see that each model is just an improvement of the previous model.
The iPhone 7 was released in September of 2016 with a 4.70” display with a resolution of 750×1334 pixels with a density of 326 pixels per inch.
It had an aspect ratio of 16.9. The iPhone 7 device came with a 2.3MHz quad-core Apple A10 Fusion processor. The machine had 2GB of RAM and starting storage space of 32GB to 256GB, which was higher than that of the iPhone 6, which had a starting storage space of 16GB.
The Apple iPhone 7 also came with running the IOS 10 operating that is also developed by Apple exclusively for their electronic devices. Power in the iPhone 7 was provided by a 1960mAh battery that could not be removed from the phone.
The smartphone also came with one of the best cameras in its segment at the time. It had a 12MP rear camera with an f/1.8 aperture with face detection autofocus. The inner camera had a 7MP with an f/2.2 aperture for all your selfie needs.
The iPhone 7 smartphone is also a single SIM phone, just like its predecessors. However, the iPhone 7 accepted a Nano-SIM card as well.
The smartphone came in gold, black, jet black, matte, red, rose gold, and silver colors that buyers could choose from.
Connectivity in the iPhone 7 included wifi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, GPS, Bluetooth v4.20, NFC, lightening and 3G and 4G network. The phone also had support for Band 40, which is used by some LTE networks in India.
It also came with several sensors, including an accelerometer, ambient light sensor, compass, magnetometer, barometer, gyroscope, fingerprint sensor, and proximity sensor. It had no infrared and no direct wifi capabilities.
The upgraded variant was also known as the iPhone 7 Plus, which came with a bigger screen than the base iPhone 7. This was also a bit more expensive than the base iPhone 7.
Frequently asked questions when it comes to iPhone prices in Ghana
The price of the iPhone 7 Plus in Ghana ranges from GHS 5,200 to GHS 6,300 across all accredited phone stores in Ghana.
The price of the iPhone 7 Plus UK used in Ghana ranges from GHS 4,000 to GHS 5,750 across all accredited phone stores in Ghana.
The price of the iPhone 7 Plus 128GB in Ghana ranges from GHS 6,000 to GHS 9,000 across all Franko trading stores in Ghana.
The price of a slightly used iPhone 7 Plus in Ghana ranges from GHS 3,500 to GHS 5,350 across all accredited phone stores in Ghana.
The price of the iPhone 7 Plus in Ghana Franko ranges from GHS 6,000 to GHS 8,000 across all accredited phone stores in Ghana
The price of the iPhone 7 Plus 128 GB in Ghana ranges from GHS 6,600 to GHS 7,500 across all accredited phone stores in Ghana
The price of the iPhone 7 Plus in Ghana Jumia ranges from GHS 2,185 to GHS 4,520 across all accredited phone stores in Ghana
The price of the iPhone 7 Plus in Ghana Franko ranges from GHS 3,000 to GHS 4,500 across all accredited phone stores in Ghana
The price of used iPhone 7 in Ghana ranges from GHS 2,000 to GHS 3,520 across all accredited phone stores in Ghana
The price of iPhone 7 price in Kumasi ranges from GHS 2,150 to GHS 3,525 across all accredited phone stores in Ghana
Prices of the Apple iPhone 7 have reduced over the years due to the release of new iPhone models far more advanced than the iPhone 7.
You can get used telephones if you want an Apple iPhone 7 smartphone to purchase. You could get a used one for GHS 1,000 or slightly above it, depending on the storage size you choose.
Looking for a brand new iPhone 7 would cost you considerably well since this was a phone that competed with the giants of the other smartphone brands. The iPhone has an estimated price tag starting from GHS 2,050.
And the iPhone 7 Plus has an estimated price tag starting from GHS2,500. It would be best to keep in mind that the prices go up depending on the storage size you choose.