Our company received our first 2 Verizon iPhone 7 Plus 32GB Black devices today. Definitively happy I didn't upgrade, I have a 6s Plus for myself right now. So far I have found 3 issues with both devices. Yellow pictures from camera The screen does not have a yellow tint but the device takes yellow pictures under florescent lights. Of the first 3 shots with the first device I managed to get 1 without a yellow tint to the image. Possibly a software issue but who knows the second device had similar issues. My 6s takes the same photo like a champ. Physical screen clicking from device flex So this one is weird because it seems like the display is not fully attached to the body of the phone. There is a slight flex to the device that causes the screen to click. Very easy to hear when holding the phone around 10-12 inches from head. This flex reminds me of what happened to my iPhone 6, yes I had a 6 and now a 6s Plus. It was clicking in the bottom right corner and it turned out the phone was actually bent. These two devices are fresh out of the box. Tried the same test with my 6s Plus and zero sounds, no clicking/flexing of any kind. Processor hiss while under load Notice this on both devices. It's lower on my list of issues because you have to have the phone near your ear to hear it. Back of the phone has to be around 5-6 inches from ear to hear the electrical hiss from the processor. Not a huge issue but it is there. As long as it doesn't cause issues down the road it should be ok. Although I haven't taken any video with the phone but the microphones may pick up this electric hiss. Overall I'm not impressed. The build quality of these devices seems sub par for Apple. The black looks better then the old space gray but that's where the fun stops. It just seems like Apple rushed these devices out the door as fast as possible and the quality, or lack there of, really shows on the 7 Plus. I should be getting a regular iPhone 7 soon and will have to try the same tests on that device. Anyone else seeing similar issues?