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Between the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, the latter device is really the standout star. In benchmark performance tests, the iPhone 7 Plus is more powerful than any Android flagship phone and its camera should impress even the most fussy photographer.
Let’s start with the thing you see first: the screen. The 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus sports one of the sharpest, brightest, and most natural-looking screens you’ll find anywhere. This is powered by the new A10 Fusion chip, which is a 64-bit, quad-core processor that is 40 percent faster than the previous generation phone.
With the Plus models always getting better battery life than the smaller iPhone, the iPhone 7 Plus is no exception. All-in- all, you should be able to get a day and a half of use from your phone, which is about an hour longer than what you would get with the iPhone 6S Plus.
Take all these things together and you get the most powerful, durable, and capable phone Apple has ever made.
The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are controversial phones, to say the least. The iPhone 7 Plus was the more favourably received phones of the two, but that still doesn’t mean you won’t have some buyers remorse if you don’t weigh your options before buying. Here are some things to consider before you take the plunge.
1. You love taking photos
Hands down, the camera technology on the iPhone 7 Plus should make you fall in love if you’re a serious (or even semi-serious) photographer. Apple has really done some inventive things to bring smartphone photography up to the level of what any high-end DSLR could produce. The biggest improvement comes from the addition of a second camera to the back of the iPhone 7 Plus. Each camera features 12-megapixel sensors, though one camera has a telephoto lens that offers the best optical and digital zoom available on a smart phone.
2. You need something weather-proof
With such a powerful camera, you might find yourself wanting to take photos in a rainstorm, by a pool, or in the desert. The iPhone 7 Plus is really one of the first cameras you can feel comfortable taking anywhere. With an IP67 rating, the iPhone 7 Plus is totally dust-proof and water resistant, meaning you can submerge it for 30 minutes in water about 1 meter deep. It’s not a phone to go snorkelling with but it can definitely stand up to some light abuse.
1. You can’t get over the headphone jack thing
It’s the elephant in the room— Apple removed the audio jack when producing the iPhone 7 Plus. Instead, Apple’s EarPods connect into the Lightning Port, which means you also can’t charge your phone and listen to music at the same time. Apple provides an adapter but if you have traditional wired headphones, you might be annoyed having to carry this around with you.
2. You want a smaller phone
At 5.5 inches, the iPhone 7 Plus is Apple’s biggest flagship phone. Not only that, but the 7 Plus feels big. Even compared to other models with a 5.5 inch screen, e.g. the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, the iPhone 7 Plus looks gigantic thanks to large bezels at the top and bottom of the phone. It’s a two handed phone, for sure, and for anyone with smaller hands, this might prove tiresome after a while.