I had an iPhone 7 with a water-resistance rating of up to 1 meter, and the iPhone 6s Plus had an IP67 rating, but my iPhone 7 is the first I’ve owned that has a water resistance rating of 3 meters.
I use it for outdoor work and for casual activities like hiking and biking.
It’s waterproof enough for most outdoor activities, including my daily hikes in the rain, and it’s waterproof up to 5 meters in my apartment, which I love.
This is one of those phones that can do all of the things it’s meant to do, even though I’d probably use it as a camera phone.
The iPhone 7 sports a 5-inch 1080p Super Retina display, which is actually bigger than the iPhone 5s or 6s in a standard portrait mode.
I used to use a 4.7-inch iPhone 5 in portrait mode when I was a kid, and I’ve always been fond of the 5-inches.
I also love how the screen is so large.
The screen is curved at the edges, which makes the phone feel like it’s almost a phone that has been made for people with a wide variety of hands.
There are a few tricks I like to do to get more screen real estate: tilt it down slightly so it’s pointing to the back of the phone, and use the volume rocker to make the phone look bigger.
You can also do things like swipe up from the top of the screen to zoom into a photo.
The front of the device has a 4MP rear camera and a 5MP front-facing camera, along with a 16MP front camera.
The 5MP camera is a lot better than the 16MP that came with the iPhone 4S and iPhone 5, and that’s because it captures images at a much higher resolution.
I like that the front camera has better noise-cancelling, so I don’t get an image with too much noise when I take photos.
But the camera doesn’t capture all the detail you’d like.
I was hoping that the camera’s autofocus might be a little faster than the front-camera, but I still got some blurry photos with it.
The phone is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 SoC, which has some interesting hardware under the hood.
The processor has a clock speed of 1.3GHz, and there are four cores, but it has two HyperThreading cores, meaning it can process more than one million instructions per second.
In order to make it work with the high-end chips, Qualcomm also added four hyperthreading cores to the processor.
That makes the processor a little more efficient, but at the expense of power efficiency.
The CPU can handle 4.4GHz LTE networks, but the real performance comes from the four hyperThreading core, which can handle more than three million instructions at a time.
That means the iPhone’s processor is much more efficient than the Snapdragon 821, which does more than twice as much processing.
There’s also a new graphics processing unit, the Adreno 540 GPU.
Qualcomm has built the chip with dual-core processors, and its GPU is a bit slower than the Adrenos.
Qualcomm also has two graphics processing units, one for the CPU and one for graphics processing.
The Snapdragon 815 GPU is the most powerful GPU available today, and Qualcomm says it’s faster than even the Snapdragon 800 and 821.
Qualcomm claims that the Adrenojan 540 GPU has “up to 40 percent faster performance than previous generation GPU chips.”
In other words, Qualcomm is claiming that the iPhone is faster than its own graphics processor.
Qualcomm’s Adrenojans are really fast, but they’re really, really fast.
The graphics processing is still the fastest in the market, and Adreno 530 has a GPU clock speed that’s just over three million transistors per second, which puts it right in line with the Snapdragon 600 and Snapdragon 755.
But it’s not a power-efficient GPU.
The Adreno 5500 GPU, which Qualcomm claims is the fastest GPU on the market today, has a CPU clock speed over 3.2 million transistor per second and can handle up to 4.6 million instructions.
That’s not enough to run games at a high framerate, which requires a GPU with a higher clock speed.
It seems like the Adrenoquots are just not fast enough for the iPhone.
In addition to the Adrenon 530, Qualcomm has a new GPU that is called Adreno 450.
This GPU is still a power hog, but Qualcomm claims it can handle “up 30 percent faster graphics processing with up to 30 percent higher performance.”
Qualcomm claims the Adrenoboards Adreno 430 GPU can handle about three million operations per second in 1080p video.
That would put it right up there with the Adrenomarked iPhone 6 Plus, which claims up to 6 million operations and is the same clock speed as the iPhone 8.
The GPU is also a big improvement over the Adren