iPhone 7 Plus Jet Back Is Worth Buying, Find Out Why

By Monica U Santos , Oct 18, 2016 04:38 AM EDT

Jet black has been one of the most popular new colors for the Apple iPhone 7 and 7 Plus ever since it first launched in September. Good news to all who are interested in buying, Apple iPhone 7 and 7 Plus Jet Black are now available in Apple stores in the United States.

If you are one of the many enthusiasts of this model and who's been waiting to get your hands on a shiny black new iPhone, now may be your turn. But be quick: going by their previous popularity, the stores' stock levels are likely to quickly consume.

iPhone 7 Plus Price vs Others

One of the many things to consider in buying a new phone is its price. According to Apple's website, the iPhone 7 goes for $749 and $849 for the 128 GB and 256 GB model, respectively.

While the iPhone 7 Plus sells at $769 for the 32 GB model, $869 for the 128 GB and $969 for the 256 GB. Not bad isn't it?

On the other hand, the price variation can be compensated by the iPhone 7 Plus' exclusive features such as the dual camera set-up, a higher resolution of 1080p and a bigger 5.5-inch display. Interestingly enough, the 128 GB variant appears to be the most popular option compared with the 256 GB model.

iPhone 7 Jet Black vs Matte Black

Jet black is the new shiny premium finish for both 128 GB and 256 GB iPhone 7. It appears to be Apple's choice as its new flagship color. It really is striking to look at and so reflective that you can literally mirror yourself  in it. 

The new matte black color notes the return of a darker anodized aluminum variety of the iPhone.

Both are good looking and easy to hold. Picking which iPhone 7 to buy maybe depends on your normal usage.

Why not Jet Black?

Apple already notified customers about this. There's even a revelation on Apple's website that says the jet black iPhone could show scratches easily and suggests buying a case, which of course breaks the purpose of showing off your shiny new iPhone 7.

Apple also says the jet black iPhone finish doesn't technically scratch easier than other iPhone finishes. It's just the shiny nature that makes it seem to have more scratches. Either way, it's going to be a bother for people who want to keep their iPhone 7 in a primitive condition. 

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