The Indiana Lawyer recently published an article I wrote on Apple’s iPhone 7. In the article, I provide an overview of the latest phone and some thoughts to help you decide if you should buy one.

From the article:

If you are on the fence, consider how often and for what purpose you use your current device. As lawyers, we need to have good tools at our disposal. If your iPhone is your tool, it might be time to upgrade for the improved performance. Better battery life, better cameras, faster performance and larger storage capacity can mean more productivity. If your iPhone is a toy, games are supposed to be incredible. Maybe your iPhone is a little of both.

Are you planning to buy the newest iPhone 7? If so, what version (regular or Plus)? How about the accessories (Apple Watch or AirPods)? Let me know in the comments.


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