If you’ve been holding out for an iPhone 7 Plus, you’re not alone. The smartphone is the latest flagship and is available through all four major U.S. carriers. But what is the iPhone 7 Plus price? And which carriers have it available for? Read on to find out. Here are some features of the iPhone 7 Plus. We’ve also included their price, battery life, and display size.

iPhone 7 Plus has a dual-camera system

Apple’s iPhone 7 Plus has a dual-camera system on the back. Its two cameras feature an f1.8 aperture, which lets more light into the sensor than a standard camera does. Using machine-learning and parallax effects, the iPhone 7 Plus’ camera simulates a shallow depth-of-field. The phone also has a new haptic feedback feature when switching between the two lenses.

The iPhone 7 Plus’ dual-camera system includes two 12-megapixel cameras that combine to create a single super-image. The lenses on each camera are different: one is a 28mm f1.8 wide angle lens, and the other is a 56mm f2.8 telephoto lens. While not technically telephoto, it works well in low-light conditions. The camera is capable of zooming in as much as two times.

The cameras on the iPhone 7 Plus are different from those in the LG G5. The LG G5 has a telephoto lens that can achieve 2x optical zoom, while the iPhone 7 uses the standard wide-angle lens. However, this new dual-camera system also uses the second camera for zoom. In comparison, the Huawei P9 offers two 12-megapixel cameras. These cameras also have a f/1.8 aperture.

The new iPhone also has optical image stabilization, which is a welcome feature. Previously, this feature was only available on the larger Plus model. It also enables three times longer exposures. The iPhone 7’s f/1.8 aperture lets in 50 percent more light, and supports RAW DNG photos. Additionally, the iPhone 7 Plus has a second, 12-megapixel telephoto lens for better low-light shots. The telephoto lens is a 12MP camera, which allows for a two-fold optical zoom. Software can extend the optical zoom to 10x.

The iPhone 7 Plus also has a new feature called bokeh. A new software update has introduced this feature, similar to that of DSLRs. This feature automatically activates when the subject is within the proper distance from the lens. Unlike DSLRs, the iPhone 7 Plus also lets users see a live preview of the bokeh effect before taking the shot. Its bokeh effect feature can be turned on or off to suit their preferences.

iPhone 7 Plus has 3GB RAM

As the flagship phone of the iPhone series, the iPhone 7 Plus is expected to offer 3GB RAM in the form of memory. Apparently, this feature was first reported by the Chinese certification portal and benchmarking website GeekBench. But despite the fact that Apple has been secretive about its RAM capacities for years, it has now been revealed for the first time. But how much does the 3GB RAM in the iPhone 7 Plus mean?

The new phone will feature Apple’s A10 Fusion processor. It has solid performance and looks even better than the iPhone 6s Plus. Geekbench benchmark results show that the iPhone 7 Plus runs iOS 10.0.1 (Golden Master) and offers decent performance. A lot of Android flagships offer 4GB or more of RAM, so it will be interesting to see how the iPhone 7 Plus performs with this additional memory. However, there are a number of important things to note about 3GB of RAM.

The iPhone 7 Plus features a 5.5-inch Full HD IPS display and a slim design. The new handsets have 3GB of RAM and a better battery life than their predecessors. With all this power, you’ll be able to use your iPhone to the max. Moreover, its Dual 12MP camera gives you an edge over your friends. And the new camera takes better pictures than ever. The battery life is also higher than its predecessor, which is already impressive.

Apple has also improved battery life, thanks to its larger 2,900mAh Li-Ion battery. This battery can give you up to 21 hours of talk time and is capable of handling a few hours of video playback. Despite all these improvements, the iPhone 7 Plus still has some flaws. Despite its improved performance, it still comes with a huge battery life, a key feature for any flagship phone.

iPhone 7 Plus has a larger display

The iPhone 7 Plus has a larger display than its predecessor, the iPhone 6. This model also has a 5.5-inch Retina IPS LCD display. Its screen is more than one inch larger than the iPhone 6, and its aspect ratio is 16:9. The phone also has a 67.7 percent screen-to-body ratio, which is good. It also supports touch events. The resolution of the screen is 1080 x 1920 px, with a CSS Pixel Ratio of 2.6. The display size is an important factor when determining the resolution of a display, because the number of pixels on the screen is directly proportional to the screen’s size.

The iPhone 7 Plus has a bigger display, a longer battery life, and 1GB of extra RAM. However, this larger screen means it costs $120 more than the regular iPhone. Both models are available in 32GB and 256GB storage capacities. This makes the iPhone 7 Plus a more expensive phone, but the extra screen real estate is worth the extra cost. If you’re looking for an iPhone, you can buy a 32GB iPhone 7 for $649, and a 256GB model for $969.

Apple’s display is one of the main reasons why people buy a phone. It’s a fundamental part of smartphone interaction. While every year, smartphone displays improve in quality, with each new iPhone. While both the iPhone 7 Plus have the same screen resolution, it’s the display size that has improved the most. The new models boast a 1920×1080 IPS LCD panel with 401ppi pixel density. This makes the screen larger than the iPhone 6 and 6s displays.

The iPhone 7 has a 4.7-inch display, while the iPhone 7 Plus has a larger 5.5-inch screen. Both feature a 1920×1080 resolution, and the screens have 401 ppi. Both smartphones feature 3GB of RAM. A larger display makes both phones easier to hold in one hand and more convenient to handle while gaming. And a higher RAM capacity is a good sign for better gaming.

iPhone 7 Plus has a larger battery

Apple claimed on stage that the iPhone 7 Plus has a larger battery than the iPhone 6s Plus. But is this true? The bigger battery should help the iPhone 7 Plus outlast the 6s Plus by about one hour. This improvement is probably due to the newer hardware and battery capacity. But which is better? We’ll find out below. But, do these bigger batteries mean the iPhone 7 is more powerful? Or are they just a design compromise?

The iPhone 7 Plus is smaller and lighter than its predecessor, which weighs 138g. But it’s not as thin as the iPhone 6s Plus. Its aluminium body is slimmer than its predecessor. It comes in Gold, Rose Gold, and Jet Black colors. Its connector is bigger and has a broader bump on the back. It also has three gigabytes of RAM, which is a slight upgrade from the previous generation.

Apple has also redesigned the interior of the iPhone 7 Plus to increase its battery life. Apple opted for a more durable casing with an aluminum frame to improve the phone’s waterproofing. But it didn’t stop there. It also retained the 3.5mm headphone jack, which has been a common complaint with the older model. The iPhone 7 Plus has two pentalobe screws instead of one. Besides, the phone now has a new set of connectors, and the iPhone 7 Plus opens like a book.

In terms of battery life, the iPhone 7 Plus’s battery is a bit smaller than the iPhone 7’s, but it’s larger than the iPhone 7’s. Apple also optimized the software to maximize battery life. That is good news for gamers. But if it’s true, the iPhone 7 Plus won’t disappoint you if it’s not long enough. With its smaller battery, the iPhone 7 may not be the most powerful device of the year, but it’s certainly a worthy contender for best-selling gadget of 2016.

The iPhone 7 Plus has a bigger battery, which could mean a bigger screen. The OLED display, however, isn’t going to have any borders or bezels. If this is the case, the OLED screen could wrap around the sides of the device, giving it an even larger screen. And KGI also claims that the new battery capacity is due to the smaller PCB mainboard, which allows more space for battery chemistry.