The non-mechanical home button is either a hate it or love it feeling. You’ll either love the new feel of the home button, or you’ll miss that clicky-mechanical feeling.
Due to an increase in size of the Taptic Engine, the new home button will feel different to those whoa re used to older generation iPhones.
The iPhone 7 Plus houses the Apple A10 Fusion chipset that is a quad-core processor and a six-core GPU. Unlike the iPhone 7, the Plus has 3GB of LPDDR4 RAM in there, as opposed to the 2GB found in the regular iPhone 7.
It is interesting to note that the iPhone 7 Plus, just like its younger brother, the iPhone 7, utilises an Apple/Cirrus Logic for its audio output (the same found on older generation iPhones). Something that might interest audiophiles wondering if the sound quality has changed with the removal of the audio jack. Also see:
iPhone buying guide 2016.
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