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swedegirl

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Sep 9, 2015
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Anyone else who is contemplating downsizing from a plus to a "regular" size this time?
 

mlody

macrumors 68000
Nov 11, 2012
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1,228
Windy City
I am considering going the other way. I got iPhone 6s and I think this time I will go for the Plus size.
 

zamboni52

macrumors regular
Feb 17, 2008
248
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Colorado Springs
I will downsize. I had the iPhone 6s Plus and "jumped" to the Note 7 until the recall yesterday. I turned it in at T-Mobile and got a 6s to see how I like the size. I do miss the one handed operation, lightness, and portability. Looks like the 7 for me. Although, I love the bigger screen and new dual camera. Mmm...maybe I'm still on the fence. The iPhone 8 may be perfect in terms of screen size and portability when they remove the bezels.
 

dominiongamma

Suspended
Oct 19, 2014
2,317
5,110
Phoenix. AZ
Would love to switch but I can't give up the extra battery life, better camera and 3 gb of ram, if the 4.7 iPhone 7 had it all I would down size.
 

Mr.C

macrumors 603
Apr 3, 2011
5,444
1,437
London, UK.
No chance for me. I had the 6 Plus and then the 6S Plus. I will definitely be going with the 7 Plus. Despite the size being impractical sometimes overall I prefer the Plus phone models especially because of the larger display.
 

exi

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Oct 16, 2012
446
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iPhone 6, had an iPhone 6s for awhile, will be getting the iPhone 7 -- all non-Plus. Interested to hear from those making size changes / downsizing though. Still a little torn on swapping networks and sizes with the new phone this month.
 

biosci

macrumors 6502a
Apr 16, 2010
750
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Chicagoland, IL
Same here, sticking with the plus sizes! When it's inconvenient, I'm glad I have the watch on me too! So phone can either just stay put in the pocket or in my work bag.
 
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