iPhone 7 Plus is a great phone. It offers everything the iPhone 7 does, speedy performance, water resistance, loud speakers, great cameras, but adds some clever features that in many are more important than flashy specs like a quicker-than-ever A10 Fusion processor chip and a twin-lens camera. Compared to iPhone 7 it’s the more accomplished of the two devices.
When it comes to taking photos, the iPhone 7 Plus has a few tricks up its sleeve compared with its smaller brother iphone 7. That camera on the back is down to the Plus packing two rear cameras instead of one. One for regular snaps with the 12MP f/1.8 wide angle sensor, and one that’s a 12MP f/2.8 telephoto, with 2x optical zoom. What is a second camera? Optical zoom allows you to close in on objects without the loss of detail you’ll get with the digital pinch-to-zoom, for clearer, closer snaps.
The iPhone 7 Plus' 5.5-inch screen has an IPS LCD, touchscreen, with 16M colors, and with a resolution of 1,080 x 1,920 pixels it has a pixel density of 401PPI. If you dig a little deeper and you’ll see Apple has made some key changes to this screen. While it looks like the same screen, it’s actually 25 per cent brighter than the one on the 6S Plus, and now offers support for the DCI-P3 standard – a wider colour gamut than the more standard sRGB found on older iPhones and many competitors.
Like with the iPhone 7, with the headphone jack removed there is more space for a larger battery and the taptic engine. This taptic engine means the traditional home button is replaced by a touch sensor that responds with a vibration when you press it.
The camera isn’t the reason to upgrade, however. It’s a bonus compared to the handsets fantastic battery life. With massive 2900 mAh battery this phone delivers what you have been waiting for in the previous series of the iPhones.