Apple iPhone 7 To Feature 'Dual Persona' For Safeguarding Military-Level Secrets

Apple's iPhone 7 is arguably the most popular and one of the best smartphones on the planet. Year in and year out, it consistently sells truckloads of units in September and always finishes strong around Christmas and also this new year, and even lackluster quarters for Apple still bring in loads of cash thanks to the victory and success of the iPhone. Additionally, one of Apple's iPhone 7 most amazing feature is the camera. The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus boast Apple's all-new mobile camera tech, capable of shooting stunning photos in almost any conditions. There is also a new interesting feature iPhone 7 is capable of.

The iPhone 7 Is Capable Of Safeguarding Military-level Secrets For UK Armed Forces

According to a source, Apple's iPhone 7 has been chosen as a smartphone capable of safeguarding military-level secrets for the UK armed forces. Telecoms giant BT has toughened the security of the device to enable UK military personnel to use it to discuss state secrets and also for storing highly confidential data. Apple's iPhone 7 as the "device of choice" as they describe, for the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD), Steve Bunn, technical business manager for defense at BT, explained that the phone will be capable of being switched between different modes, depends on the sensitivity of the call. He also added that "We've been working very closely with them to develop what we've commonly called a 'dual-persona device'

Just Incase You Forgot, iPhone 7 Specs, And Features

The Apple iPhone 7 is powered by quad-core Apple A10 Fusion processor and equipped with 2GB of RAM. The phone comes with 32GB of internal storage cannot be expanded. Talking about the cameras, the Apple iPhone 7 sports a 12-megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 7-megapixel front shooter for a selfie. The Apple iPhone 7 running iOS 10 and under the hood is a 1960mAh nonremovable battery.


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