iPhone 7 and & 7 plus
The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus look more or less exactly like the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus from 2014. They are now water resistant, which is nice, although they’re not fully waterproof. Apart from the water resistance, there are three main external differences between the 6 and 7: first, the antenna lines on the back have been tweaked and colored to blend into the body on the matte black and glossy jet black models, which is a welcome refinement. (The antennas remain a dull gray color on the silver, gold, and rose gold variants; Apple says there are limits on what colors can be applied.) Second, the camera bump has been enlarged and more artfully curved into the rear casing, which looks particularly handsome on the smaller phone with a single camera. And third — here it is again — there’s no headphone jack.
According to Forbes in the first weekend of sales, the iPhone 7 picked up 1.11 percent of the iPhone market, while the iPhone 7 Plus picked up 0.21 percent. This compares to the iPhone 6S’s 1.37 percent and the 6S Plus’s share of 0.35 percent over a similar period in 2015.