iPhone 7 Plus
The iPhone 7 Plus is largely the same in overall design to the iPhone 6 Plus and 6s Plus before it: the dimensions are almost identical to the 6s Plus.
There are a couple of differences from the previous generation. The iPhone 6s’s visible antenna bands have been removed, which produces a cleaner, more minimalist design. And more significantly, the headphone port is also gone, which has a similar aesthetic effect but is altogether more controversial.
The iPhone 7 Plus has plenty to be pleased about – waterproofing, a twin-lens camera, a specs bump, stereo audio, a customisable Home button – but is there anything here to get passionate about?
This is quite clearly the best iPhone yet, with a smart design and an impressive feature set and user experience; the new Portrait Mode is rather lovely, too. Unless you’re particularly in love with big screens or the very latest in camera features, the iPhone 7 may be a better and better-value option.
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