I upgraded to an iPhone 7 from an iPhone 6 Plus, I couldn't handle the large phone anymore and the 4.7" screen size is just right, I also prefer the look of it as opposed to the double camera bump on the 7 Plus, and I'd go as far as saying I'm delighted with the battery life on the 7. The elephant in the room however is the screen... it's so much more NOTICEABLEY worse that being honest, it's a disappointment every time I look at my phone! Watching Netflix occasionally or YouTube or even typing this right now I can really see the difference. Yes the colour gamut is wider and side by side colours are more vibrant on the 7 for sure (not that one could ever really criticise the 6 Plus for lack of colour - that would be crazy), but the 6 Plus is just SO much sharper that it more than makes up for it.... I really hate that! And it's mind boggling that they would differentiate between iPhone models with anything other than size. Opinions vary of course but personally I think the iPhone 7 - particularly in matte black - is the best looking phone Apple has ever made, and being the latest offering, it has great tech specs too which is all good, but this screen is just such a disappointment it almost ruins it and it's purely due to the low pixel density... Which is such a shame because it's gorgeous in every other way! Colours, brightness, viewing angle all perfect but I shouldn't be able to see the pixels in 2016 on a flagship phone from a tech giant like Apple. It's all the more irritating seeing the rumours about next year's OLED displays being limited to the larger iPhone which would absolutely suck! Some people get their kicks from having super powerful processors in their computers/phones etc, for me it's all about the screen, it's one of the major reasons I went for a retina MacBook, and the main reason I went for the 6 Plus in 2014. Anybody else this annoyed about it? What are your thoughts? This is a total 1st world "problem" of course but if there's any place to discuss it, I imagine this is it!