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Apple's iPhone 7: Impressions Of An Android User

Until recently, I hadn’t ever used an iPhone as my primary phone. I use iOS every day on an iPad, and I play around with each new iPhone when it comes out, but having jumped into Android early my everyday phone for the last six years has either been made by Sony or LG (or Samsung, that one time). After using the iPhone 7 exclusively for around a week and a half I have a greater appreciation for all the things it does well, and I appreciate that I’ve underestimated some of the smoothness that iOS’ focus brings to a phone.
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