After the pomp and glory of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus release has died down, the consumer needs to understand fully the benefits and limitations of the newest Apple products remains. At Mac&More we  strive to bring you news,critiques,updates and hacks on everything Apple,plus more. In the spirit of information dissemination, the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are hot on our radar, and we oblige.

Despite being unveiled around the  same time, the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus have widely varying features and technical specifications, most notably in the screen sizes. The iPhone 7 Plus has a remarkably larger screen as compared to iPhone 7.


However, both of these iPhone models have no headphone jack, thought to create extra room for the enhanced cameras and processors.If you were thinking of drilling a hole through your iPhone to self-construct(or destruct for that matter) on your iPhone, hold your horses. The absence of the headphone jack has received mixed reactions from iPhone users.Those supporting say it is a nice relief from tangled earphones while others claim the change was abrupt and some people don’t know what to do with their old earphones. If you use old headphones, the new iPhone 7 includes an adapter, though Apple provides you with a pair of Lightning Earpods with every purchase. Your earbuds will now plug in through the Lightning Port.The Airpods contain a rechargeable battery, antenna,microphone,dual accelerometers,W1 chip and dual optical sensors.

The IP67 rating achieved by the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus is one of the best improvements of the iPhone yet.This marks the advent of the water-and dust-resistant iPhone.This rating means that the new iPhone can withstand up to 1 meter in water for at most 30 minutes, which translates to less worries over liquid spills and accidental dips.


Both the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus do have a front camera( Facetime Camera) of 7MP,but the difference comes in the rear cameras of the two. The iPhone 7 Plus packs two 12MP back cameras, while its smaller sister has a 12MP camera. Additionally, the iPhone 7 Plus makes use of the portrait mode,which enables focusing on an object on the foreground, while zooming out or blurring the background for clarity.


Both of these iPhones come in 32GB,128GB and 256GB memory capacities. However, the iPhone 7 Plus has 3GB RAM while iPhone 7 has 2GB RAM. The other marked difference between the two is in the battery. The iPhone 7 can go for 14hours straight on full charge while the iPhone 7 Plus battery can last 21 hours.

The stereo speakers on the two are a welcome addition, plus the screen brightness, which is up to 25% brighter than the iPhone 6S. Eventually, one can reconcile themselves with the perceived shortcomings of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus,because they are indisputably the best iPhone models yet.

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