iPhone 7 Models Explained (A1660, A1661, A1778, A1784, A1779, A1785, A1780, A1786)

Iphone 7 Models

iPhone 7 came with a lot of new modifications. A1660 is also one of the models of iPhone 7, and being an Android lover, I have to admit that it is one of the best iPhones of all time. I mean, the style, the design, the camera, and no doubt the power is over the edge. Other robust features include A-10 fusion chip, longer battery life, and double storage. Well, the most significant modification also happened from here, and that was the removal of the headphone jack.

Here are my reviews on iPhone 7 (a1660) Vs. iPhone 7 Plus!

I didn’t think I’ve all going to do, and they’re probably going to slap on a thirty dollar charge to abide it separately. Still, no, they include this in the box, so that’s nice to see now in terms of the batteries we’re not sure exactly what the size of the cells is within these two. Still, odds roughly between 1700 to 2,000 milliamps for the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 plus I’d expect somewhere between two thousand seven hundred and three thousand bill amps an hour.

Initially, in terms of besides these are precisely the same as previous iPhones, so if you’ve held the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, you’ll know roughly what they feel like the iPhone 7 is a larger phone, so it comes in around about 20 millimeters taller around 11 millimeters wider. It’s zero point two millimeters thicker it also comes in 50 grams more compared to the iPhone 7 (a1660) so the iPhone 7 plus a larger device and it is not going to be as easy to use in one hand as the iPhone 7 now the build is still metal but now we have some improvements.

So firstly, we don’t have those antenna bands are on the back, so these go around the edges. And we also have some new color options so as well as silver gold and rose gold we have and now or black so this is a bit of a matte black as well as jet black, which is more of a glossy black. We do not have space-grade this year, so just something to bear in mind the blacks for me looks good. And those will be the ones that I’m going to be going, for now, both of these are also ip67 water on dust resistant.

So, Apple has both water and dust resistance to their new iPhones, and this is a great test you’re not going to have to worry about and getting a bit of water onto it or if you dip it into some water that’s not going to be much of a problem. Now in terms of the display sizes, they are also the same 4.7 inches for the iPhone 7 and 5.5 inches for the iPhone 7 plus. But we do have some improvements here so now we have a more full-color gamut, so we are going to be getting some better colors they’re also 25% brighter compared to last year.

So another improvement here so overall better displays now in terms of the display technology between these two there isn’t really much of a difference at all there is a slight advantage for the contrast ratio for the iPhone 7 nothing you’re really going to notice the iPhone 7 plus does come however with the benefit of resolution, so you’ve got 1080p on here. In contrast, on the iPhone 7, you still have 750p by one three three four pixels.

So, there’s no change in resolution from last year, and this is a bit of a disappointment for me personally. Because I am now used to more of those quad HD displays, this is something we weren’t expecting from Apple in terms of the resolution upgrade.

Get some better battery life, and you also have 64-bit on both of these as we had previously now with Apple devices. They are usually some of the fastest out there and because you know working with crazy resolutions. You’re not working with insane amounts of pixels, then they are generally very very smooth, so I’m pretty confident that the iPhone 7 and 7 plus are going to be very quiet for all of you. Use now this is one upgrade that I was looking forward to and if Apple hadn’t included.

iPhone 7

iPhone 7 Models
iPhone 7 Models

iPhone 7 comes in the following models

  • iPhone 7 A1660
  • iPhone 7 A1778
  • iPhone 7 A1779
  • iPhone 7 A1780

1. iPhone 7 (A1660)

iPhone a1660 is known as the universal and most power variant of the iPhone 7. The reason for this Global compatibility is its compatibility with GSM and CDMA Networks. This iPhone variant is available all over the United States, China, Hong Kong, and Puerto Rico. If you want to buy an iPhone 7 a1660 in the USA, you have to purchase under the providers AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon.

The following are the specifications of the iPhone 7 (A1660).

Following are the Cellular bands supported:

  • FDD-LTE bands #1 (2100 MHz), #2 (1900 MHz), #3 (1800 MHz), #4 (AWS), #5 (850 MHz), #7 (2600 MHz), #8 (900 MHz), #12 (700 a MHz), #13 (700c MHz), #17 (700b MHz), #18 (800 MHz), #19 (800 MHz), #20 (800 DD), #25 (1900 MHz), #26 (800 MHz), #27 (800 SMR), #28 (700 APT MHz), #29 (700 de MHz), #30 (2300 WCS)
  • TD-LTE bands #38 (TD 2600 MHz), #39 (TD 1900 MHz), #40 (TD 2300 MHz), #41 (TD 2500 MHz)
  • TD-SCDMA 1900 (F), 2000 (A)
  • CDMA EV-DO Rev. A (800, 1700/2100, 1900, 2100 MHz)
  • GSM/EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz)
  • UMTS/HSPA+/DC-HSDPA (850, 900, 1700/2100, 1900, 2100 MHz)

Part numbers of the model:

SIM-free / Unlocked

  • iPhone 7 128GB Jet Black MN8Q2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 256GB Jet Black MN8W2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 32GB Gold MN8J2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 128GB Gold MN8N2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 256GB Gold MN8U2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 32GB Rose Gold MN8K2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 128GB Rose Gold MN8P2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 256GB Rose Gold MN8V2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 32GB Silver MN8H2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 128GB Silver MN8M2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 256GB Silver MN8T2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 32GB Black MN8G2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 128GB Black MN8L2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 256GB Black MN8R2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 128GB (PRODUCT) RED MPRH2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 256GB (PRODUCT) RED MPRJ2LL/A

Verizon

  • iPhone 7 32GB Jet Black MKTV2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 128GB Jet Black MGAP2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 256GB Jet Black MNAX2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 32GB Gold MNAE2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 128GB Gold MNAL2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 256GB Gold MNAV2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 32GB Rose Gold MNAF2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 128GB Rose Gold MNAM2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 256GB Rose Gold MGAW2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 32GB Silver MNAD2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 128GB Silver MNAK2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 256GB Silver MGAU2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 32GB Black MNAC2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 128GB Black MNAJ2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 256GB Black MNAQ2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 128GB (PRODUCT) RED MPRT2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 256GB (PRODUCT) RED MKRY2LL/A

Sprint

  • iPhone 7 32GB Jet Black MKTQ2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 128GB Jet Black MNC72LL/A
  • iPhone 7 256GB Jet Black MNCD2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 32GB Gold MNC12LL/A
  • iPhone 7 128GB Gold MNC52LL/A
  • iPhone 7 256GB Gold MNAC2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 32GB Rose Gold MNC22LL/A
  • iPhone 7 128GB Rose Gold MNC62LL/A
  • iPhone 7 256GB Rose Gold MNAC2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 32GB Silver MNC02LL/A
  • iPhone 7 128GB Silver MNC42LL/A
  • iPhone 7 256GB Silver MNC92LL/A
  • iPhone 7 32GB Black MNAY2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 128GB Black MNC32LL/A
  • iPhone 7 256GB Black MNC82LL/A

AT&T

  • iPhone 7 128GB (PRODUCT) RED MPRN2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 256GB (PRODUCT) RED MPRP2LL/A

T-Mobile

  • iPhone 7 128GB (PRODUCT) RED MPRQ2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 256GB (PRODUCT) RED MKRR2LL/A

2. iPhone 7 (A1778)

This almost supports all the network bands all over the world except the TD-SCDMA and CDMA EV-DO Rev. A. However, you can still make calls over the LTE. You can have this variant in the US under the packing of T-mobile and AT&T. But this variant can also be found in Europe. So, if you live in any europian country, you can purchase the iPhone 7 (A1778).

The following are the Cellular Bands that are supported by iPhone 7 (A1778):

  • LTE bands 1 (2100 MHz), 2 (1900 MHz), 3 (1800 MHz), 4 (AWS), 5 (850 MHz), 7 (2600 MHz), 8 (900 MHz), 12 (700 a MHz), 13 (700c MHz), 17 (700b MHz), 18 (800 MHz), 19 (800 MHz), 20 (800 DD), 25 (1900 MHz), 26 (800 MHz), 27 (800 SMR), 28 (700 APT MHz), 29 (700 de MHz), 30 (2300 WCS)
  • TD-LTE bands 38 (TD 2600 MHz), 39 (TD 1900 MHz), 40 (TD 2300 MHz), 41 (TD 2500 MHz)
  • GSM/EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz)
  • UMTS/HSPA+/DC-HSDPA (850, 900, 1700/2100, 1900, 2100 MHz)

T-Mobile

  • iPhone 7 Plus 32GB Jet Black MQU42LL/A
  • iPhone 7 Plus 128GB Jet Black MN5L2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 Plus 256GB Jet Black MN5R2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 Plus 32GB Gold MNQY2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 Plus 128GB Gold MN5J2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 Plus 256GB Gold MN5P2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 Plus 32GB Rose Gold MNR02LL/A
  • iPhone 7 Plus 128GB Rose Gold MN5K2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 Plus 256GB Rose Gold MN5Q2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 Plus 32GB Silver MNQX2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 Plus 128GB Silver MN5H2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 Plus 256GB Silver MN5N2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 Plus 32GB Black MNQW2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 Plus 128GB Black MN5G2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 Plus 256GB Black MN5M2LL/A

AT&T

  • iPhone 7 Plus 32GB Jet Black MQU32LL/A
  • iPhone 7 Plus 128GB Jet Black MN572LL/A
  • iPhone 7 Plus 256GB Jet Black MN5F2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 Plus 32GB Gold MNQU2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 Plus 128GB Gold MN552LL/A
  • iPhone 7 Plus 256GB Gold MN5D2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 Plus 32GB Rose Gold MNQV2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 Plus 128GB Rose Gold MN562LL/A
  • iPhone 7 Plus 256GB Rose Gold MN5E2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 Plus 32GB Silver MNQT2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 Plus 128GB Silver MN532LL/A
  • iPhone 7 Plus 256GB Silver MN5C2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 Plus 32GB Black MNQR2LL/A
  • iPhone 7 Plus 128GB Black MN522LL/A
  • iPhone 7 Plus 256GB Black MN592LL/A

Sprint

  • iPhone 7 Plus 128GB (PRODUCT) RED MPR12LL/A
  • iPhone 7 Plus 256GB (PRODUCT) RED MKRX2LL/A

iPhone 7 Plus

iPhone 7 Plus comes with some extra features in which the most notable features include the larger screen and dual camera for portrait mode. iPhone 7 Plus (A1785) – Japanese iPhone This is the Apple iPhone used in Japan. And this iPhone variant works only in Japan. Apple pay is also supported by this Apple iPhone Variant so that users can pay safely at most of the stores and vendors in Japan. This variant also supports LTE bands 11 and 21.

Following are the cellular bands of iPhone 7 A1785:

  • FDD-LTE bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30
  • TD-LTE bands 38 (TD 2600 MHz), 39 (TD 1900 MHz), 40 (TD 2300 MHz), 41 (TD 2500 MHz)
  • TD-SCDMA 1900 (F), 2000 (A)
  • CDMA EV-DO Rev. A (800, 1900, 2100 MHz)
  • GSM/EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz)
  • UMTS/HSPA+/DC-HSDPA (850, 900, 1700/2100, 1900, 2100 MHz).

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