Having owned an iPhone 6 Plus for nearly two years now, iOS is no longer new or a surprise to me. I have grown accustomed to it and found it to be excellent. I knew what I was getting when I got the 7 Plus and I was aware of the differences between the two. With the purchase of the 7 Plus, I no longer have any Android devices. All are Apple. The 7 Plus is on my (almost) 23-year-old primary line, with the 6 Plus shifting to my secondary. I had previously used a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge on the secondary line. That phone was turned in with the purchase of the 7 Plus. The S7 Edge is a great phone, but I no longer care for Android. It made more sense for me to go full Apple. Plus the monthly payments for the 7 Plus are nearly half the price of the S7 Edge (because of a Verizon X-mas promotion). Here are the Pros and Cons of the 7 Plus. Pros: Incredible screen color and clarity Haptic feedback Faster processor than the 6 Plus Force touch (not on the 6 Plus or S7 Edge) Easy customization Call quality iOS & Mac interconnectability (Handoff) Fingerprint unlock accuracy iCloud connectivity Easy to navigate settings Dual lens camera 128GB version cheaper than same 6 Plus version Raise to wake feature Dual speakers Does not bleed LTE data when on Wi-Fi (unlike S7 Edge) Easy setup (via iTunes restore backup of 6 Plus) Water and dust resistant (N/A on 6 Plus) Cons: Combined headphone/charger port 6 Plus battery much better at purchase than 7 Plus Can't say I found more cons than what I listed, as the 7 Plus is just an updated version of the 6 Plus. It does what I need it to do. Setting it up was easy, as I used a restore backup of the 6 Plus to get the 7 Plus the way I wanted it. I don't have a major issue with the headphones dongle. I just hope I don't lose it. The 6 Plus had the best battery life I've ever seen on a phone when I first got it. Even after almost 2 years, it still does pretty good. Initially, it would take 4 to 5 days of (light to moderate) use before it would come close to needing a charge. The 7 Plus has the same battery life as the two year old 6 Plus does now. Not a horrible negative, but a disappointment nonetheless. iOS/Mac interplay between Apple devices is the best. This is the primary reason I went all Apple. For me, it makes things more efficient. I could even take calls from the 7 Plus line on the 6 Plus, but for the sake of avoiding confusion (with all iOS devices ringing at the same time), I turned that off. But still, it is an awesome feature. This is the kind of device interplay I wish Microsoft and Android had. It makes Contacts, Notes, Reminders, Photos, Messages (and more) so simple and easy. All of it works via a single Apple ID (with a big help from iCloud). I am very happy with the 7 Plus. Apple devices aren't perfect. I never expected them to be. But they do what they do very well, IMO. The 6 Plus is the best phone I've ever owned, so I knew the 7 Plus would be an easy choice. I knew what to expect and I know how it works. The simplicity of iOS (and Mac) is why I'll stick with Apple.