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I ditched Android for an iPhone 7, and I'm not sorry

What is the best smartphone? Does it even matter? These are the questions I wanted to answer as I peeled back the plastic film on my new iPhone 7 — a device meant to replace my potentially explosive Galaxy Note7 after I'd spent years as a devoted Android user. I thought this would be straightforward, but Apple's world is odder than I expected. This review is a journey of betrayal, laser-enriched cat poop and smartphone butts.
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