In the end, there is only one device that has a significant advantage over the competition: the iPhone.
Apple’s mobile devices have been able to keep up with the iPhone since they first debuted, and the only time they’ve had a significant gap is in the last few years.
The iPhone was the best-selling iPhone ever until it went out of production in 2015, and it’s still the best smartphone ever.
And the iPad is the only one of Apple’s devices that has seen significant improvement over the years, from a solid 4G smartphone that was the flagship in 2014 to a tablet that was one of the top 10 best-sellers of the year.
But it’s the iPhone that’s really the only device in the iPad’s class that hasn’t seen significant price reductions over the past few years, which means it’s more than a good enough reason to buy an iPhone over a Galaxy S8 or a Galaxy Note 8.
The iPad is a bit of a gamble in the iPhone’s favor, but that doesn’t mean it’s a bad bet.
The most important thing to consider when choosing between the two is whether the iPhone has a better user experience, and if it does, that’s the more important thing.
So let’s dive into the pros and cons of each device and see if there’s any difference between them.
Pros and cons Pros The iPhone 7 Plus, as the name implies, is the most recent generation of Apple iPhones.
It comes with a massive 13-inch screen, a dual-camera setup that features an 8MP front and a 5MP rear, a 1,280×720-pixel resolution and 5GHz LTE, along with a Snapdragon 835 processor.
The screen is actually one of only two Apple devices with an LCD panel.
It has a 5:2 aspect ratio, which is the highest in the industry.
It also has a fingerprint sensor, a heart rate sensor, and a dual camera setup that uses a single 8MP camera sensor.
The battery lasts a whopping eight hours on a single charge.
It features an all-glass design with a metal back, and Apple has taken great care to make sure the screen is extremely thin and light.
The phone’s biggest feature is its curved edges, which make the phone feel like a smartphone.
That’s the main selling point, and I think it works.
The back of the phone feels great, too.
The glass and metal finish are nice, but it’s not as attractive as the glass and plastic on the iPhone 6S Plus, or the glass on the LG G6.
However, the phone has a nice rounded shape, which makes the phone stand out from the crowd.
It’s also the first smartphone that has dual speakers, and while I prefer a smaller speaker, the volume controls work fine on the phone.
The 5MP front-facing camera and the 2,560×1,440 pixel resolution are pretty impressive, but I found that I was getting a lot of photos that weren’t really crisp, like a photo of a bird on a rooftop.
There are a lot more colors available than the iPhone 7, but the phone’s black and silver color scheme was a bit hard to distinguish from the iPhone and the Galaxy S7 Plus.
I’d say the iPhone is a better choice for photographers because it’s slightly bigger, lighter, and cheaper.
It can be easily carried around in your pocket, but because it comes with such a large screen, it doesn’t make for a great selfie device.
It lacks the fingerprint sensor that the Galaxy Note 7 has, so it doesn