After just 18 hours and 2 different iPhone 7's I have just returned the 7 and gone back to the 6S. As of right now, the 7 is not a superior phone to the 6S in my opinion, for the following reasons: -Yellow screens. This is a problem every year when they change the display. The good screens will come back in a few months. I think this has something to do with the manufacturing process of IPS displays. A residue is deposited for the first few million. In a month or so, the clear blue screens will return. This isn't glue, intentional, more correct, or any other BS reason we hear every year. Its a defect of the manufacturing process. 2 iPhone 7's I got both had vastly inferior screens to my 6S, even after color profile/tint correction. Contrast, clarity, and brightness all worse than the 6S. -No noticeable speed increases. I put the phones next to each other and tried my hardest to make the 7 run faster. It didn't. In some cases web pages loaded faster on the 6S. Plus the intentional delay after clicking the home button that was introduced in the 7 makes it feel slower and laggier. -Marginal at best camera improvements -Weird home button that doesn't work unless pressed with bare skin (no more gloves). -Legitimate concerns about the lack of sapphire (lower quality materials) And for all this what do you get in return? -No headphone jack. No thanks, Apple NOTE: Many have questioned the yellow screen point I made, and here are my final thoughts on that: Final thoughts on the matter: It's clear that many dont want to think critically and hold Apple accountable in justification of their yellow screens. Thats fine but let me present one more argument for you. Many have argued that Apple is moving to a warmer temp, its intentional and more correct. To those people, I ask this question: Is the phone in this reply a defect? Disregard the uniformity issue as thats a separate issue, keep this to color temp: http://forums.macrumors.com/threads/yellow-gate.1996889/page-7#post-23491271 As you can see, this phone has the same tint as the posters clear, blueish, iphone 6s. The mail icon, the music icon, all look beautiful and clear, and match the 6s. Whats more, the screen is clearly brighter than the 6s, as promised in the keynote. So is this guys screen a defect then? Since Apple is intentionally moving to warm screens? And if it is a defect, then why does this defective screen have the greater brightness levels promised in the keynote? In the meantime, the yellow screens have now been measured with light meters and have shown to be less bright than the 6s. Theres entire threads on the lack of brightness and some are calling it brightness-gate. So you're telling me that the correct screen looks a lot worse/different than last years screen AND has lower brightness by design, and any clear looking screens WITH the promised increased brightness are the defects? Yeah, I'm not buying it. But if you enjoy your dim yellow screen, you should totally keep it.