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Here’s how the Jet Black iPhone 7 finish holds up without a case [Gallery]

Apple’s new Jet Black finish on the iPhone 7 has a high gloss look and a glass-like grip that makes it super tempting to use without a case. But Apple correctly warns customers that the shiny surface is prone to ‘micro abrasions’ from regular use and recommends using a case to avoid gathering these tiny scratches. I really like using iPhones without a case, however, and the grippy finish makes handling my iPhone 7 Plus noticeably easier.
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