Since I can remember, I’ve been a die hard Andriod user. Nothing could come between me and an Andriod, not even an iPhone. It’s funny how things can change in less than a few months. My world revolves around media so it’s important for me to be on the cutting edge of technology. I recently purchased a Mac for my editing needs and I saw the advantages of incorporating an iPhone into the equation.
Three months ago I purchased the iPhone 7 plus. This phone was my very first iPhone ever. I wanted to wait some time before I reviewed it. Initially I had plans on using it as a backup phone but that quickly changed when I witnessed all of its features. For the past three months I’ve been using the iPhone 7+ as my main phone. I’m glad I did because this makes my review of it all the more better.
Below you will find a rating scale of things that I found important if others were interested in buying it. I also mentioned a few pros and cons of the device as well as created a photo galley. You can check out the amazing quality photos here. This will not be a review that is too “techie”. I’ve broken it down in layman’s terms for those that aren’t tech savvy.
If still have additional questions about the iPhone please comment below or if you’re in the Chicagoland area stop by the T-mobile in Chicago Heights. Ask for Drew and tell him I sent you!
Easy Of Use8
Size, Body, Style10
Camera/Video: The camera has two lens so you're getting the best quality on a mobile device. This is a winner for me.
Camera/Video Quality: Photos look really sharp with the dual lens. Videos can be shot in 4K which is the best resolution currently.
Mail Exchange: Although very useful, I do not like the way it takes 15 mins to notify me of emails. That is the shortest time that it will fetch from the server
Portrait Feature: I'm in LOVE with this feature. It was one of the main reasons why I got the phone. To have the ability to take professional photography on my mobile device.
Portrait Feature: Although I love this feature there are some things I wish they would have incorporated. For example you can not zoom in or out on this feature. Lighting becomes a HUGE factor. Unlike the "Photo" Mode, you can not get a good picture in low lighting. Also "Portrait" mode is not allowed on the front facing camera.