iPhone 7 VS iPhone 7 Plus

iPhone 7 vs. iPhone 7 Plus

When iPhone released the most recent generation of iPhones one of the biggest questions was what the similarities and differences are between each model. One of the most striking differences between iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus is the camera, which has increased capabilities in iPhone 7 Plus.

However, there are a number of other differences worth noting, as well as a number of important similarities that bring this generation of iPhone into a new age of technological advancement and capability. In order to accurately compare iPhone 7 vs iPhone 7 Plus, it is necessary to go through each area of specifications to see where improvements were made and where the two diverge and coincide.

With the introduction of iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, Apple also introduced two new finish options. While they still offer the signature silver, rose gold, and gold options, they have also included two newcomers. The two new finishes available are matte black and jet black. The jet black finish is only available in the 128GB and 256GB models of iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. In order to engineer these new finishes, Apple developed a bead-blasted, matte black aluminum finish as well as a high gloss, shiny black finish that is achieved through a nine-step process of anodization and polishing. In the category of finish, both iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus offer all five options, though as mentioned earlier, the jet black option only comes in the higher capacity devices.

One area in which iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus diverge is their relative size and weight. Though their difference is slight, it is worth noting for those wishing to make a decision based on size or weight. While iPhone 7 weighs in at 4.87 ounces (138 grams), iPhone 7 Plus comes in slightly higher at 6.63 ounces (188 grams). As for size, iPhone 7 is slightly more compact at 5.44 inches (138.3 mm) by 2.64 inches (67.1 mm) by 0.28 inch (7.1 mm). In contrast, iPhone 7 Plus measures out at 6.23 inches (158.2 mm) by 3.07 inches (77.9 mm) by 0.29 inch (7.3 mm). While these differences may be quite small, they may be a key decision-maker for those looking for a more compact device for their day-to-day activities.

Date publication: 14.11.2016