2 The iPhone 7 Plus Can Still Keep Up
The iPhone 7 Plus runs on Apple’s A10 Bionic chip. While it’s not as cutting edge like the new A12 Bionic, it can certainly still keep up with today’s standards. That’s because the iPhone 7 Plus is still, at its core, a modern iPhone. And Apple’s handsets have always been top-performers. This is especially true in the era of iOS 12, a software update that was tailor-made to make older iPhones faster. When it comes to benchmark stats, the iPhone XR will look better. But unless you have both devices side-by-side, you may be hard pressed to notice any real-world difference in your daily life while using Facebook, Mail, Safari, iMessage, taking photos or using most applications.