iPhone 7 Plus

  • We've seen a strong crop of smartphones pop up in the early part of 2017. Here's a roundup of the best recent releases – including a few from the end of 2016 – and a comprehensive comparison of their specs and features.
  • ​Apple quietly unveiled new additions to its hardware and software lineup this morning in a series of press releases. Highlights include an updated 9.7-inch iPad, a limited edition red version of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, and a new mobile video creation app called Clips.
  • The LG G6 was revealed yesterday at the Mobile World Congress. It seems to be a considerable upgrade over last year's G5 flagship, abandoning the previous generation's adventurous but unimpressive modular approach. How does the G6 compare to the iPhone 7 Plus?
  • ​Moment​ has been creating photography accessories for iPhones for a few years, and its current Kickstarter campaign could bring refreshed perks to Apple's latest flagships. A proposed battery case, photography case and wide lens aim to bring DSLR-like functions to the iPhone 7​ and iPhone 7 Plus​.
  • Eyeing the iPhone 7 Plus, but can't seem to pull the trigger? Here are some alternatives to consider. These are ​all top-shelf phablets with smooth performance, excellent cameras and bloat-free operating systems.
  • ​Few companies have inspired as much brand loyalty as Apple. But after a tepid 2016, we’re wondering if the industry leader is on the verge of seriously alienating its fanbase. Here are the Apple foibles most likely to send long-time users running for Android and Windows products.
  • ​If you’ve tried to snag a Google Pixel XL lately, you’re probably a bit frustrated: Both the Google Store and Verizon have sold out of the popular phablet. What’s a fan of big, high-end smartphones to do? Here are a few of the best alternatives.
  • ​Being offered online only (and not compatible with Verizon's or Sprint's networks) HTC's new U Ultra​​ isn't likely to register even a small fraction of iPhone sales numbers. But is the Ultra worth considering nonetheless?
  • Smartphones aren’t cheap, but if you’re looking for a holiday gift that toes the line between exciting and practical, they could be the answer. Read on for New Atlas’ take on the best smartphones of 2016.
  • Apple is the company that set the standard for high-end smartphone pricing, but Chinese startup OnePlus is trying to shake up that model with its value-minded "Flagship killers." Let's see how the new OnePlus 3T​ compares to the iPhone 7 Plus​.
  • When Apple launched the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus back in September, the keynote teased us with the promise of DSLR-like bokeh effects. The software that enables this so-called Portrait mode just became available today with the consumer release of iOS 10.1.
  • We've already compared the Pixel and iPhone 7 base models, but the match-up between the Pixel XL and the iPhone 7 Plus is a little more interesting. While the Pixel and Pixel XL have most of the same specs, Apple pulled out a few more stops in its 7 Plus flagship.