If you are looking to pick up Apple’s latest iPhone then you might want to check the opinions of some reviewers first. Normally this would involve heading from site to sire, however, for convenience purposes, we have created this review roundup so you can read all of the reviews in one convenient place.

You can also read all of the specifications from the announcement post here.

Here are some of the best iPhone 7 reviews around the web:

EnGadget – 91/100

“Apple broke with its tradition by keeping the 6/6s design for another year, opting instead to improve fundamental parts of the user experience. The iPhone 7 has a better battery than before, a more color-rich screen, a vastly improved camera and plenty of horsepower thanks to its new A10 Fusion chipset. If you’re looking for newfangled features (or a headphone jack, for that matter), you’ll have to search elsewhere. While it’s not thrilling enough to warrant an immediate upgrade from last year’s 6s, the iPhone 7 is nonetheless an excellent smartphone.”

Read their full review here.

TechRadar

“If you’re going to buy a new iPhone, this is the one to get – there’s slightly longer battery life, a better camera, fast innards and protection against water. However, many of the changes are slight, and the iPhone 6S, for the lower price, suddenly becomes a very attractive option.”

Read TechRadar’s full review here.

Mashable

iPhone 7 Verdict

“With the iPhone 7, Apple literally polished the iPhone 6S design to near perfection. You’d be hard-pressed to find a better smartphone — unless you buy the iPhone 7 Plus.”

iPhone 7 Plus Verdict

“If you like your phones big and want to get twice as close to the action as everyone else, the iPhone 7 Plus is what you want.”

Read Mashable’s full review here.

Pocket-Lint

“The iPhone 7 is not the overhaul that Apple usually presents us with every two years, but there is enough here to keep those upgrading from the iPhone 6 happy.

At first glance, however, it’s perhaps not the phone to draw in iPhone 6S fans who might be upset that their phone is now old and needs to be replaced – for the iPhone 7 could almost be seen as an “S” version of the iPhone 6S.”

Check out Pocket-Lint’s full review here.

Re/code

“The iPhone remains an outstanding smartphone, and this latest model makes it even better in many ways. And, unlike rival Samsung, Apple isn’t beset with the very serious problem of exploding batteries. But the whole audio jack thing makes choosing the iPhone 7 more difficult than it might have been.

You won’t go wrong buying the iPhone 7 if you can tolerate the earbud issue, especially if you’re on an installment plan like Apple’s that just gets you a new iPhone every year. You could get the iPhone 7 and then the big redesign next year, as long as you keep paying the monthly fee.

But despite the undisputed improvements, this new iPhone just isn’t as compelling an upgrade as many of its predecessors. Some might want to wait a year for the next really big thing — and maybe a better audio solution to boot.”

Read Mossberg’s full review on Re/code here.

TechCrunch

“The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are the best iPhones ever. And they are probably the best portable cameras ever made. The combination of wide gamut capture with wide gamut P3 display means that you have quite literally never seen images like this from a smartphone camera before. And that’s not to mention the massive front camera upgrade. The phones are fast, capable and functional, with nice upgrades to speaker audio, water resistance and a more durable home button.”

Read TechCrunch’s full review here.

The Verge – 9/10

“If you need a new phone right now, sure, buy an iPhone 7. The little one starts at $649 for a mercifully doubled 32GB of storage and ranges up to $849 for 256GB, and the Plus starts at $769 for 32GB and goes up to $969 for 256GB. Make sure you factor in the extra cost of headphone adapters or Bluetooth headphones, because you’ll end up needing them. You’ll be fine, and your photos will be better.

But unless you’re eager and ready to live the early adopter life, you won’t actually be missing out on much if you don’t get an iPhone 7. This is an iPhone that lays a marker in tech history, and it will serve as the foundation for many important changes to how phones work and integrate into our lives. We’re going to remember the iPhone 7.

It’s going to be the next iPhones that actually build a useful future on that foundation.”

You can read Nilay Patel’s full review on The Verge.

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