As I said in my thread about it, Apple refused to exchange my 7+ and now my warranty is out. (Here's the thread, for reference: https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/portrait-mode-glitches-my-entire-phone.2041270/#post-25950636) The phone's problems are three, one important and two near meaningless: Portrait mode doesn't work and lags my entire phone and the camera is blurry. Digital touch features of iMessage don't work (Lag just as in portrait mode, which is terrible screen flickering.) and the photos app has consistent lag when I open it. After that, it works fine. Now - after a year of using it - and having exhausted my repair possibilities, I'm annoyed because of two things: Apple refused to exchange even though it could clearly be; diagnostics showed that it was broken. - The camera doesn't work fine and it takes pretty terrible photos (I compared it directly to a 7, and the image quality is worse, night pictures are entirely blurry and grainy). I can go back to my previous 6s that works just fine, and that is on iOS 9.3.3 (so performance is top notch). Now, returning would have two advantages: the entire phone would work well - even the camera, which I like to use, and use it fairly frequently; and it would be more portable (not that I really care about that though, I would still choose the plus if it worked fine) Staying would have essentially a single advantage: -Battery life is 30% higher which translates to (in my experience) two to three hours AT LEAST. The thing with that is: Even the 6s's battery is enough by a huge margin (yesterday I ended the day at 70% with almost 4 hours of usage, the 6s would be... 50-60% more or less depending on usage. And I would have the real estate (not that important as I use 90% iPad 10% iPhone) What would you do, considering that: I only like the plus for the battery and the camera doesn't work, and I love but don't really need the plus' battery. Would you go back? PD: the 7+ is on iOS 10.3.1, so apart from what it doesn't work, its speed is impressive.