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The iPhone 7 will come with a price tag of Rs. 60,000 for the 32GB variant and the bigger iPhone 7 Plus will come with a price tag of Rs. 72,000 for the 32GB variant.
Though both the iPhones look aesthetically similar to its predecessors, they bring a few subtle changes with them. One such change comes in the form of a solid-state home button.
Apple, apart from killing the headphone port, also killed the home button. Instead, it uses a non-mechanical button now (no longer clickable) which works in tandem with the Apple's Taptic Engine.
This new home button is quite similar to the Force Touch trackpad as seen on the last year's MacBook Pro.
However, to simulate the feel of a physical home button Apple allows you to choose from three different haptic intensities.
Here's how you can switch among the three different haptic intensities.
Head straight to Settings
Click on General
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Scroll down until you see Home Button
Now, you'll be able to see three different options for three different intensities.
Select the one you like the most.
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