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iPhone 7 VS iPhone 7+

iPhone 7 VS iPhone 7+

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Now that the dust has settled over these two excellent models, it’s time for the biggest question. Which one to choose from? You’ve probably heard numerous individual reviews and ratings, but we want to see how the sibling devices stack up against each other.

Albeit similar, both iPhones have their distinct characteristics and abilities that make them ideal just for you. Of course, it is a matter of choice and taste in the end.

That’s why we’ve decided to draw a parallel between the two and see which one fits what needs. Whichever you choose, you’ll be satisfied, but let’s get that feeling to the maximum by helping you make the best choice possible.

Performance

Apple never liked to one-up themselves with current models and that’s why differences between the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are barely noticeable. However, they do exist and make a slight difference.

First of all, you’ll notice the size. The iPhone 7 Plus is a bigger version of its sibling, it boasts a 5.5-inch screen, whereas the 7 has a smaller 4.7-inch screen. This makes the 7 Plus ideal for watching movies and any other graphical endeavors.

Both phones have an Apple A10 Fusion chip, which brings forth supreme 64-bit technology to the newest iPhone models. Through extensive testing, we’ve concluded that the A10 Fusion chip is approximately 40% faster than the A9 version. For such a short period, this is a great improvement that should be lauded more.

The iPhone 7 marked the first time Apple introduced a quad-core processor to one of its devices. Normally, the same processor has been used in making the 7 Plus.

It has the same build in both models – two high-performance cores for complicated tasks and two high-efficiency cores for simpler tasks. Both use it well and maximize its potential.

Internal storage is also equal in both the 7 and the 7 Plus. You can get them with 32, 128 and 256 GB options in any country in the world. That amount is more than enough and serves the two outstanding models well. The same goes for speakers, as Apple has installed stereo ones in both models.

Here’s where it gets a little bit interesting. The iPhone 7 has 2 GB of RAM, but the iPhone 7 Plus has 3GB. This is due to a larger display that requires a performance boost in order to keep up with the strain. The 7 Plus is also capable of having longer battery life, due to an increase in size.

All in all, the performance sector is very close, but the winner is the iPhone 7 Plus, due to RAM and a longer battery life.

Design

Unlike performance, the design is a much more difficult category to judge, as it all comes down to preference and actual needs. There aren’t many changes in comparison to the 6 and 6 Plus series, as Apple understood they struck gold with the slick and elegant form they have now.

What sets them apart is the camera. The bigger sibling takes this round simply because it’s completely stacked at this position.

A set of twin 12-megapixel cameras that can allow you to zoom up to 10x with amazing clarity and focus. Both phones have stabilization software that makes them take better photos, along with body and face recognition.

Both devices no longer have touch buttons, but more Force Touch track pads that react on only a slight touch to the area. This makes unlocking the phone a much easier task than before, which was something people didn’t like about Apple.

Again, the water and dust-resistance are areas in which the siblings are equal. They’re designed for 30 minutes of being exposed to depths of 1 meter. Although this may be true, they aren’t meant to be submerged. This feature is more for basic protection from accidental contact.

The conclusion

The moral of the story is that these two very similar phones are both excellent. It all comes down to preference in the end. While the iPhone 7 Plus has more RAM and a longer battery life, it is pricier as well.

If you value the best possible specs, then the 7 Plus is for you. However, if you want stability on a practical and reasonably-priced device, choose the 7 and you won’t be disappointed.

 

Display 5.5-Inch Retina HD LED-Backlit Widescreen 4.7-Inch Retina HD LED-Backlit Widescreen
Processor A10 Fusion With 64-Bit Architecture, M10 Motion Coprocessor A10 Fusion With 64-Bit Architecture, M10 Motion Coprocessor
Ram 3GB 2GB
Storage 32, 128, 256GB 32, 128, 256GB
Dimensions 158.2 x 77.9 x 7.3mm (6.23 x 3.07 x 0.29 in) 138.3 x 67.1 x 7.1mm (5.44 x 2.64 x 0.28 in)
Operating System iOS 10 iOS 10
Back Camera Dual 12MP 12MP
Front Camera 7MP 7MP
Video / Recording 4K at 30FPS, 1080P at 30 or 60FPS 4K at 30FPS, 1080P at 30 or 60FPS
Battery Talk time (wireless) -Up to 21 hours on 3G

Standby-

Up to 16 days

Internet use –

Up to 15 hours on Wi‑Fi, up to 13 hours on LTE, up to 13 hours on 3G

 

Talk time (wireless)

Up to 14 hours on 3G

Standby-

Up to 10 days

Internet use –

Up to 14 hours on Wi‑Fi, up to 12 hours on LTE, up to 12 hours on 3G

Sensors Three –Axix Gyro

Accelerometer

Proximity Sensor

Ambient Light Sensor

Barometer

Three –Axix Gyro

Accelerometer

Proximity Sensor

Ambient Light Sensor

Barometer

Network/ Connectivity GSM/EDGE

EMTS/HSPA+

DC-HSDPA
CDMA EV-DO REV.A

(Some Models)

GSM/EDGE

EMTS/HSPA+

DC-HSDPA
CDMA EV-DO REV.A

(Some Models)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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