iPhone 7 Plus Review

The iPhone 7 plus was released on September 16, 2016. The iPhone 7 series carries dual-cameras. The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7-Plus look similar to the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s. The iPhone 7 Plus is currently the cheapest large-screen iPhone that Apple even sells now, so it continues to be a well-known choice among smartphone users. The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7-Plus look smart, function near-perfectly, and feature Apple’s TouchID sensor on the front for fingerprint unlocking.

Design

The iPhone 7 plus was released on September 16, 2016. The iPhone 7 series carries dual-cameras. The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7-Plus look similar to the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s. The iPhone 7 Plus is currently the cheapest large-screen iPhone that Apple even sells now, so it continues to be a well-known choice among smartphone users. Regarding iPhone color options, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus come in the following colors: Silver, Gold, Rose Gold, Black, and Jet Black. If you wish for an iPhone that’ll look longer, go with the Jet Black option – it’s harder and much more tough than the lighter-colored iPhones.

Camera

Like the iPhone 7, the camera in the Plus is extremely great. The iPhone 7 Plus features a variety of other camera-focused features too, together with a Quad-LED True Tone flash, body and face detection, and wide colour capture for photos and live Photos. The front camera also recognizes an improved resolution to 7-megapixels with an aperture of f/2.2.

Depth Effect

The iPhone 7plus depth effect is meant to generate a more DSLR-like photo with a shallower depth of field (read: softer, out-of-focus background) by making a depth map assessment of what the two differing lenses see before them. This enables software to digitally blur the background, which it recognizes as being farther away, while keeping the foreground sharp. This feature is handy in Portrait mode only.

Speed and performance

A new iPhone means updated speed. The iPhone 7 Plus has got the new Apple A10 Fusion processor that offers to raise the power and performance over earlier iPhones.

Consequently, it means your phone should be able to load things faster, process things faster, and usually not be in whatever way sluggish. The iPhone 7 Plus has been as zippy as you would expect, loading powerful games and processing video with minimal effort.
Battery Life

The iPhone 7 Plus battery lasts more than a whole day, with gentle use, and in contrast to the iPhone 7 doesn’t drain as quickly if you use social networking or chat apps. A full day with lots of messages will see you still with a good 30 percent battery for the last train home.