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dpreview.com: So, you don't care about the iPhone 7? Here are 10 reasons why you should

Another year, another iPhone, the usual chorus of Internet commenters going to great lengths to tell the world how little they care. But we'd be foolish to ignore the world's most popular camera - and so would you. Here's why

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