Hitting the headlines in early September 2016, the new iPhone 7 Plus wowed the public with its large format Retina HD screen. Among other advances in this model of iPhone were IP67 dust and water resistance, new case colour options and the revolutionary Taptic Engine to mimic the action of the (now removed) physical Home button. The removal of the standard headphone jack socket initially led to some discontent among critics, but with improved battery life and better cameras, the iPhone 7 Plus was seen as a step beyond the related iPhone 7.
iPhone fans hailed the dual camera feature on the iPhone 7 Plus as a major step forward in smartphone photography. The phone had a pair of 12 Megapixel cameras, a telephoto lens in one and a wide-angle lens in the other. Improvements included better low-light capabilities, Portrait Mode (new) and a 2 X optical zoom, which means you don’t lose the quality of the image when you zoom in. Users were finally able to get more artistic with their snaps, producing in-focus foregrounds combined with arty, hazy backgrounds.
The lavish 5.5” screen of the iPhone 7 Plus is great for viewing and gaming, but being a large format phone, it will always be at risk of damage by dropping. If your smartphone gets broken, or the buttons or cameras stop working, you will need expert help, and fast. At iTechnician, our team of iPhone repair experts can complete on-demand iPhone 7 Plus repairs, and get that phone back to as-new condition the same day. Our iTechnicians handle iPhone screen replacements, button repairs and camera repairs every single day – you name it, they can fix it. So, get yourself a quote today for an iPhone 7 Plus repair, and get your stylish iPhone back working as good as new.
iPhone 7 Plus repair costs vary and are constantly changing. We will keep updating this page so you can get an idea on what you should be paying for repairs in your area.