By now you’ve probably heard the news that Apple is dropping the $1.7 billion price tag for the iPhone 7.
This has been a big deal for many, and for good reason.
While the phone will cost a lot more, it’s more affordable than a new MacBook Pro or even a new Samsung Galaxy S8+.
But in this article, we’re going to go through the pros and cons of each of the different versions of the iPhone that Apple sells.
The Pros If you’re a Mac user, you probably already know that the iPhone is Apple’s most expensive smartphone.
It’s also the only one that has a 4K display, which has some serious advantages.
Apple’s biggest selling point with the iPhone isn’t just the phone itself, it is the way it performs in terms of performance.
With the iPhone 6s, the iPhone 5s, and iPhone 5c, the screen was capable of handling the highest-resolution displays available at the time.
With a 4k display, you’re now able to display more content and display the same amount of information.
However, it doesn’t translate to a huge jump in resolution.
If you want to use a 4-inch screen in your iPhone, the answer is usually to go with a phone that supports a resolution of 1920 x 1080.
The iPhone 7 will get a resolution boost, however, which is what makes it worth spending $1 at retail.
Pros You get a screen that’s capable of holding a lot of information, and it’s affordable.
If your budget is tight, the 8 Plus can also hold a 1080p display, but that’s just not a viable option for most users.
However you choose to go about using the iPhone, it will work out just fine with a 1080 display.
You can get 1080p panels for just under $100, which makes it a better option than the iPhone’s $1 price tag.
The phones battery life is pretty good too, and Apple has even gone so far as to include a charging cable in the box.
The phone is incredibly durable too, with the phone surviving the drop from a cliff and landing on the floor with a satisfying thud.
Pros It’s waterproof, and there’s a USB-C port, too.
Pros The phone can be charged via a standard cable.
Pros Its a good phone to have around.
Pros A 1080p screen makes it much easier to play games.
Pros If the battery life wasn’t so good, the phone could work for as little as $50.
Pros No wireless charging.
Pros Pros It will hold a 4:3 ratio display, so you can play games with your phone’s screen.
Pros An extra $100 for a 4.7-inch display makes the iPhone 8 even better value.
Pros Battery life can be quite good.
Pros There’s a built-in battery.
Pros Very affordable.
Pros Price doesn’t matter.
Pros Buy the iPhone if you’re an iPhone user and you’ll probably want to get a 4,000mAh battery for your iPhone 7 and 8 Plus.
Pros Cons Battery life will be more than half of the price.
Pros Does not support wireless charging (you have to use an adapter).
Pros No USB-A port.
Pros Expensive, but it’s a great phone to get if you want a 4th-generation phone.
Pros Can only be upgraded to a 4G LTE device.
Pros Comes with a charger.
Pros Worth every penny.
Pros Great camera.
Pros Excellent battery life.
Pros Good camera for the money.
Pros Looks great.
Pros Best iPhone smartphone of 2017.
Pros $1 is a good price for a great smartphone.
Pros 8 Plus: The best 4K smartphone in 2017 Pros Great battery life and camera.
Cons $1 isn’t that expensive.
Pros Easy to use.
Pros Works great with the latest apps and games.
Cons Has a built in battery.