How the iPhone 7 Plus could be a better phone than the iPhone 6S
article If you’re looking for a smartphone to compete with the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S6, the HTC One M8, and the LG G6, you’ve come to the right place.
The iPhone 7+ offers a lot of bang for your buck.
It has all the same specs as its bigger brother, but the 7 Plus has a much more attractive design and better battery life.
And, it’s got an improved camera, too.
While it’s still a bit of a step up from its bigger sibling, the iPhone X, the 7+ is more affordable than many of its larger siblings, with a starting price of just $500.
That’s on par with its cheaper siblings, the Galaxy S8 and the Samsung S8+, and slightly less expensive than the Samsung iPhone 8 Plus.
So, where does the iPhone 8 fit in?
We’ve put together our pick of the best new smartphones in the iPhone line, and here’s why.
The 7 Plus and 8 PlusBoth the iPhone and the iPhone lineup have had quite a bit to say about their new flagship smartphones.
And the 7 is the first to finally drop the “iPhone” suffix.
The phone’s biggest differences from the iPhone 5s and the 8 Plus are the addition of a 5.5-inch Retina display, a faster processor, and an improved chip that makes the phone even faster to use.
And of course, the big difference is a new camera with a better camera performance, and a much bigger battery.
The iPhone 7, on the other hand, has more to offer than just the screen.
It features a new “super thin” design, a larger display, and improved hardware.
But the biggest improvement is the addition, on its larger screen, of a new chip that powers the iPhone.
And it does this at a faster rate than before.
The biggest difference between the iPhone 9 and iPhone 8 is the phone’s battery life, and that’s where the iPhone’s upgrade to the new 8 Plus comes into play.
The battery is now slightly more powerful and lighter, and it’s up to 10% more efficient.
That makes the iPhone even more capable of taking advantage of its massive 4K display, as it’s now able to capture 4K videos for an additional $100.
The extra battery also helps it handle longer battery runs longer than the 7’s, and Apple says it can keep a full charge for up to an hour and a half on a charge.
The same goes for the 8’s battery, and for the time being, Apple is sticking to the iPhone battery standards.
The new 8’s camera, meanwhile, is still a notch above the iPhone, and when it comes to video, the difference is striking.
The new 8 also has a larger sensor, a much faster processor and a larger battery.
And while it’s no match for the iPhone in the 1080p video department, it manages to get much better results in low-light situations.
Apple says the iPhone has improved camera performance and image quality thanks to the improved camera processor.
The camera is up to five times faster and has a new image processing algorithm that improves detail, sharpness and noise reduction.
But while the iPhone camera can capture 4k videos, it can’t actually handle HDR.
So, when you’re in an HDR situation, you’ll have to shoot in 1080p or in 4K to capture high-quality video.iPhone X, on a brighter note, is also a much nicer smartphone.
It’s not just brighter, but more attractive, too, with brighter colors, a new design, and higher-resolution screens.
And you’ll get a much better battery.iPhone 7 Plus, on another level, has all of the features of the iPhone but also a better screen.
And that’s because it’s the iPhone Plus.
The Plus has also improved its camera, and iPhone fans will notice a much larger battery when it’s on.
But while the new iPhones are better, they’re also slightly more expensive than before, thanks to Apple’s $1,000 upgrade fee.
So if you’re still considering the iPhone or even the 7, the upgrade is definitely worth it.